Perhaps I drink one another day

Marsalkka Luomuvehnä

In Finland the majority of beers get canned (that's what I get from the super market shelf). I'm not yet sure why, but that's how it is. There are bottles on the market, of course, but somehow there are more cans. They even sell this big 24 can boxes. Kind of crazy carrying that around. But actually, if you think a little bit longer about, when it comes to weight those cans are simply lighter, and as they have a can recycling system in places selling cans perfectly makes sense.

I pured the can into one of the glasses I got as a present from an Irish brewery years ago and took a first nip. It started with a good sweetness, a little emphasis on the hops and kept its texture and mouth-fullness all through till the end. Where the mouth-fullness lives up to the need of that type of beer the overall smell isn't. I would have expected a sense of clover or banana or any other fruit, but except of some traces of could-be-a-fruit none was there.

Let's um it up. We have a dominant yeas featured body, alcohol that adds to it, and nearly not present smell, or a yeast dominated smell.

The beer was poured from a cask
Purity of Taste:
/ 10 | 1 = many off flavours ; 10 = sheer
Purity of Smell:
/ 10 | 1 = many off-flavours ; 10 = sheer
Intensity of Bitterness:
/ 5 | 1 = no bitterness ; 5 = bitter
Quality of Bitterness:
/ 10 | 1 = no quality ; 10 = high quality
/ 10 | 1 = no quality ; 10 = high quality
/ 5 | 1 = water ; 5 = masty
/ 5 | 1 = flat ; 5 = too tangy

Lautered: 4.00 out of 10
About the reviewer:
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Tasted beer:

Alc: 4.60% Vol.
Type: Hefeweizen
Brewed by: Saimaan Juomatehdas
Brewed in: Finland