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Almanac Mandarina, it looked so nice, and it wasn’t a local beer, and I need to broaden the horizons occasionally, after all this is about a beer you can get here.
330ml can of beer that is 4.3% ABV, thats 128 calories, and in NZ that’s 1.12 standard drinks
Mandarina’s tart and citrusy profile makes it the perfect beer for warm, sunny days.
The combination of crisp tartness, tangerines and the citrus aromas of Mandarina Bavaria and Citra hops puts this farmhouse ale’s fruity aroma over the top.
Pair this summer sipper with a day at the beach, fresh seafood and citrus-infused desserts.
Part of the fresh beer series, brewed and canned in San Francisco
So, what could possibly go wrong?
It’s Friday Evening, what indeed?
Musty almost like cigarette ash. but then again like dull oranges.
Lightly sour, and also lightly bodied, and also lightly flavoured. A light beer then.
I really thought I was going to get that sharp tart orange face scrunching bitterness for some reason, ok even Tangerine or Mandarin, same/same. Didn’t
Then again this isn’t hard work to drink it’s just that In my head I was going to have an epiphany of sorts, discover that sours were the thing and that I’ve been wrong.
Not this time.
It’s very fresh though and you’d do far worst on a summer day or sunshine day than having a couple of these with the whatever it is you were doing
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 7 of its things from the thing. Light in all the things of sour, aroma, taste and body. But it is fresh and refreshing, looks great and isn’t unpleasing to drink at the end of long day.
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Golden to light amber in color, the body is light to medium. The wheat lends a crispness to the brew, often with some acidity. Some hop flavour maybe be present, but bitterness is low. Not as estery as German or Belgian-style wheats.