Glass by glass I’m coming round to wheat beers, and though it’s still not my first choice at the bar, on a steaming hot Sunday afternoon sitting in the garden this beer makes absolute sense.
Maisel’s Weisse pours a viscous fried banana and peach juice orange with a creamy cloud for a head and the smell is full of apricots and crisped rice and lots of sweet berries.
The initial flavours are spiced cooked bananas, rich and ripe and plump, flecked with all spice, you also get a large wash of freshly squeezed orange juice.
The hops are fresh and zesty, packed with green herbs that give a freshness that mellows into a very nicely dry and fruity finish.
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