Sunday, December 25, 2016

Beer Review: Rhinegeist Hugh

Back again going local with another choice here from
Rhinegeist, and this time it is their Hugh. This Hefeweizen Ale comes in with
an ABV of 5.4% and a low IBU level of 10. Discussed with having notes of clove
and banana, let’s see how this one compares to the Bavarian Style as intended.

Commercial Description:

Hugh (5.4% | 10 IBU) is the newest brew to join
our can cadre. This traditionally brewed Bavarian-style Hefeweizen serves
light notes of clove and banana atop a creamy yet dry wheat character. Cares
drift by the roadside as Hugh leans into turns on his motorbike, passing
blurred golden wheat fields, his chuckles drowned out by the guttural groan of
his thrusting engine.
Malts: Pilsner, 2-row and
wheat
 
Hops: Magnum and
Hallertau Blanc

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