Hacker-Pschorr Weisse Dark

By on February 22, 2007 @ 7 PM (No Comments)

Ah, the traditional dark wheat from Munich. A nice dark amber pour with a nice head that dissipates quickly. It has a great bread and roasted malt aroma. It’s the kind of aroma that makes you wonder why they don’t make cologne smell like beer. Great smell.

It has a smooth taste, like most wheat beers. The bread theme continue to the taste, as do the roasted malts. There’s also a hint of caramel, but not much. Some fruit too – banana I want to say – maybe it’s banana bread. Sweet – very drinkable and satisfying – I’d even say thirst quenching. Different from a lot of beers – it feels light in the mouth – the kind of beer you could drink a lot of. Not a lot of aftertaste – a little fruity. The glass was finished very quickly. 5.3% ABV is manageable. I want another!

Hacker-Pschorr Weisse Dark Rating: 7 out of 10 (?)

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