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Woody’s Wheat

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Sand Creek Brewing Co.
Black River Falls, WI
USA
http://www.sandcreekbrewing.com

Style: German Hefeweizen

Jill’s Rating:
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Comments:
Don’t you hate it when you open up one type of beer and it pours like another? In this case I opened up a wheat and poured out a lager. This wheat is not only clear in the American style, but it's a little caramel in color, which made me really suspect about what I'd be drinking. It just seemed really dark for a wheat beer.

My suspicions weren’t off. Although you get a wheaty/malty scent, the beer tastes a little unlike any American wheat I've ever had (and even though you might be shocked to read me say this, it’s overly sweet).

Drinking this beer, I really felt like I should be in a garage trying to adjust my enormous beer belly (courtesy of A-B) so I don’t tip over in my folding chair. That’s kind of guy that drinks this stuff—because he doesn't understand the wheat style enough to know better.

Reviewed by Jill Jaracz on November 24, 2007.
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