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Interesting take on wheatwine. Chocolate and barrel presence brought something different to the table.
If you want a bourbon stout, here ya go. If you were hoping for anything that remotely tastes like white chocolate, think again.
pure wheat wine with no distinguishable white chocolate flavor
Strong, but abv cut from the adjuncts. Overall really tasty
Great strong ale aroma with a good white chocolate finish. The flavor is heavy on the alcohol side, almost distractingly so, especially if the beer is too cold. Allow this to warm up and you get more of the strong ale qualities, almost reminiscent to a Barleywine, but not quite as sweet. This is my first Wheatwine, and it’s not really my thing. I don’t usually go for strong ale type beers, but I’d take a Barleywine over a Wheatwine after having tasted this style.
I liked this one. Well rounded nothing overdone that detracts from the product.
Unlike anything I’ve ever had. Smooth and sweet, doesn’t taste like a 14% beer
Wasn't so sure about this one at first, but it really grew on me. A white chocolate flavor for a beer would appear to be super hard to nail down but it was there and lingered with aftertaste. Points earned for uniqueness.
Chocolatey and buttery
Perfect name and exceptional flavors!
This was excellent, probably best beer ive had all year. Very drinkable at that abv level, tons of depth of flavor, only wish I had bought more.
Smooth, clean taste. Loads of chocolate flavor.
Very smooth even with a high ABV. Everything that Bruery does is great.
Probably one of the best beers I’ve ever had. So smooth and drinkable you hardly notice the ABV.
Boozy in the most delightful way. Had a winelike depth that was bright, deep and delicious from first sip to last. Not worth 17 dollars but I had to try it and I was not disappointed in the least! Well done
I’m liking this. Barrel character comes through and then sweet vanilla and a bit of the cacao. Maybe too much barrel but still good.
Tasted like a fancy boilermaker. Wasn’t great but wasn’t bad.
I tasted the chocolate but to strong to drink should have used it to make a sauce for a steak and drink whatever is left.
Strong alcohol taste obviously at 14%. Light malt backbone allows for cocoa and vanilla and alcohol to all come forward fast and strong.
Taste and smell nothing but bourbon booziness. I really had high hopes for this one and some white chocolate flavor.
Would've liked a tad more fullness to it, but classic Bruery flavor and still consistent now in the smaller format. Tasty business.
Super strong, super boozy. If you can handle it the flavor behind the booze is great. A party in a can
All Bourbon barrel no white chocolate
Very strong, reminded me of a white Russian with how creamy it was.
Heavy on the bourbon, especially the finish. Light on the white chocolate. Close, but too one-sided for my liking
Heavy bourbon taste. Let it sit for a little bit to see if I picked up the other flavors and they are faintly there. All in all definitely would buy again.
Give it some time to age
Pretty heavy on the bourbon.
Overall the beer is very boozy however the flavor profile was very off in my opinion
This was really fantastic, but the fact that it's called white chocolate and mentions cacao nibs is confusing. Tasted more like a really deep quad or something. Either way, if grt it again.
Good initial flavor but that didn’t stay on the toung. But i am glad i tried it, definitely something different.
sweet, boozy, chocolatey, bread malts. very very good!
good, but was expecting more it of it. It's pretty dang unique so I applaud then in that. but it just wasn't my thing
A soft white chocolate nose that dives into deep boozy vanilla. 🍻
Very good, though little hot still, think 4-6 oz pour world be perfect size.
Surprisingly balanced! Bourbon, creamy wheat, bready, vanilla and cocoa beans. Sweetish on the front and dry on the finish.
very smooth and well done. will be trying more from them in the future
This wasn't bad, but it was strong. I know it's 14.8% but all I could taste was the bourbon flavor. You definitely have to have the taste for this beer.
All I could taste was the bourbon, couldn't even taste the beer, rather disappointed