Just like you, but different
From the comedy section at the Supermarket where it’s more likely to be bulk over substance I spotted this, a Valentins ‘Premium’ Hefeweissbier. in a can.
Spicy – fresh and bright amber color
Brewed by P & B for the German market . Spicy – fresh and bright amber color , brewed in the tradition of great monastic brewing and according to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516.
The result is a great premium Weissbier, which protrudes in flavor and color to the ranks of wheat beers and DLG annually
So, what could possibly go wrong?
Strange aroma, metallic, but then a light sweetness.
Pour is a really bright orange orange, with a decent head that didn’t really last a long time but looked briefly great. Aroma is still kind of sweet, and syrupy.
I’m still slightly quizzical about the aroma, which I think it metallic, but then it also might be banana, or rubber.
The taste, if you get past that, is quite nice thought, neutral on the palate, in that there are no edgy bits of peaks, or alcohol tang to take your attention.
A decent quaffing beer needing no attention.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 6 of its things from the thing. This is above average really, and makes a nice change from the Euro-lagers that generally appear in that aisle.
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Depending on the style can range from pale and light body to dark brown with full body. Wheat beer is characterized by its cloudy appearance and its banana and sometimes vanilla aftertaste.