Well, well, well these other countries think they can do beer? They know nothing time to show them the correct way to beer – the German way. And the sad thing is (at least for America) is that the German way is right. We all agreed that while this beer isn’t inherently manly – it’s the best tasting thing we tried, and a damn good beer.
What Ayinger Ur Weisse says on there bottle is simple, but enough. “Brewed in accordance to the “Reinheitsgebot” Purity law of 1516″
Taste: 8.5 – Has a hint of sausage, but still very beer-y. Very good. I can think of things closer to heaven, but still good.
Aftertaste: 8.79 – Sweeter aftertaste, also better.
Aroma: 7.5 – There’s a nutty kind of sweetness to it. Smells pretty good.
Manliness: 6 – Nothing overtly manly about it, but it’s German so no points off.
Google Shop Average: $3 for a 17 oz.
William Henri Neve the IV: 8.5
Swetta Vest: 7.5
The Bear: 8
Metric Score: 38.93/50 |+| Metric Average: 7.79 |+| Reviewer Average: 8
Good beer, standard for german beers, which is good.