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Old 12-03-2007, 03:46 PM   #11
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Wow,

This must be filtered!? Crystal clear on the pour right to the last drop in the bottle. Nice thick head. Gorgeous looking beer with a nice golden color.

Slightly sweet aroma with not much else going on. Interesting! Not at all what I was expecting when I took my first sip. Caramel flavor up front giving way to a slight bitterness for the finish.

I started with the two lighter beers. This one is also very nice and drinkable. I'm looking forward to trying the amber and pale. Those are my favorite styles.

Bobby, the first two are really masterfully made. Color me impressed!

And thanks for sharing!
Wow, thanks for the compliment. I know you wouldn't believe it but this beer is not filtered, it's just well cold conditioned by now. It was brewed in June and was an EXTRACT of all things This one was filled using the BMBF out of the keg. I do like this beer quite a bit and the only reason it's sat around this long is that not many people like the Belgian phenols and even I need to be in the mood for it. I tell people its "sort of like a Blue Moon" but it has the Belgian funk too it which many people take as "sour".

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Old 12-05-2007, 06:37 AM   #12
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Default peach wheat

aroma:8eaches and hops nicely melded

appearance:3:awesome head start to finish, bmc gold like color, extremely clear

flavor:15: the taste of the peahes and tettnang together is reminisent of a bavarian krystal weiss ,sweetness!

mouthfeel:5: nice n light, carbonation is beautiful. very creamy in the mouth

overall:9: holy shiite bobby! that's aawesome


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Old 12-06-2007, 05:48 AM   #13
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Default JD's wedding wit

aroma:malty/spicy nose qwithout hops or orange aromas

appearance:light metallic brass color very clear. excellent head going to a nice lace

flavor:wheat malt dominates upfront very little hops/ orange flavor,some very subdued spicy notes

mouthfeel: creamy feel good carb/nicely bubbly

overallretty good beer bobby. how yhou got a wit that clear i don't know
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Old 12-06-2007, 05:50 AM   #14
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just reading posts on this and i didn't think of sour i thought more like a hefe tastes when old no ban/clove type esters just the malt and hops
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Old 12-07-2007, 02:17 AM   #15
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Okay, I'm ready to sample some of the APA,

Another of Bobby's beers pours crystal clear. A generous head atop a deep golden beer with just a hint of red.

Slightly citrus aroma thanks to the hops. A nice upfront roasted malt flavor followed by a slight taste of hops and residual bitterness. This reminds me of the Ed's Haus Ale I made. It's very nicely balanced and goes down easily. Another fine brew from Bobby M. I saved my favorite style of the bunch for last.


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