Moon Under Water – Year One Red Wheat Wine


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  • Brewery: Moon Under Water Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Wheat Wine
  • Pros:

    Strong and flavourful Wheat Wine

  • Cons:

    Intense beer will sneak up on you.

  • Conclusion:

    A big Wheat Wine Ale to share with some friends.

Moon Under Water Year One Wheat Wine Review

Moon Under Water – Year One Red Wheat Wine Review

In commemoration of the Moon Under Water’s first anniversary under new ownership the brewery has come out with a single batch brew called the Year One Red Wheat Wine. This beer coming in a big 750ml bottle and weighing in at 11.5% is a big bang for a year under the belt. The Year one pours a golden-orange colour with three fingers of head. This wheat wine ale smells strongly of wheat, coriander, mango and a touch of alcohol. The flavour is light given the alcohol strength and starts off with a strong wheat flavour coupled with coriander and flavours of tangerine and apricot. The finish is a heavy wheat back with the lingering fruit sweetness that was met in the mid-section. This beer is big and flavourful with a complex flavour profile which masks the alcohol extremely well. This beer is great right now and a hunch tells me it will be even better if you cellar for another few months!

Alcohol – 11.5%
Size – 750ml bottles
Price – $11.99 (Craft Beer Retailer) (Not On Website)


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  1. mikescraftbeer
    mikescraftbeer 14 January, 2014, 11:33

    This was one of the better wheat wines that I have had to this point. Good stuff. Aging would sure not hurt a malt forward beast like this.

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