Doolally’s German Wheat Beer Review

BREW-TALITY IS LAW: Looks like Aneesh Nadkarni and Nikhil Warekar like Doolally's Witbier!

Nikhil Warekar: The German Wheat Beer/Witbier was an absolute delight. Taking inspiration from Kölsch – the German beer locally brewed in Cologne, the guys at Doolally added in their own twist by serving it unfiltered.

Appearance – Murky, hazy yellow-orange color. Light-bodied.

Aroma – Primarily malty. Sweet, fruity aroma with a strong hint of bananas. Slightly hoppy.

Mouthfeel – Dry, thin, smooth and fizzy. I could taste the bananas, a little bit of peppermint and citrus flavors which could be lemon or orange.

All in all a fine brew. Very impressed.

Warekar’s rating – 4.5/5

Aneesh Nadkarni: This beer could rightfully be called Weissbier because it passes the litmus test with flying colours. The German Wheat Beer served at Doolally is a real treat – has a richer, emulsifying taste and forms a real good head. A must for all beer aficionados as well as for the wayward sons who consider Kingfisher and Foster’s to be beer.

O Zapft ‘is

Nadkarni’s rating: 4/5

Aditya Mehta: Hazy orangish-yellow lightbodied divinity. Smells like the best bananas in the world. Tastes even better. The wheat malts and bananas are upfront, of course. A hint of citrus, maybe lemon or oranges or sweet lime. Can’t taste hops, if there are any. German wheat beer isn’t my favourite beer style, but I could drink Doolally’s German Wheat Beer for the rest of my life. Flawless.

Mehta’s rating: 5/5

18 Responses to “Doolally’s German Wheat Beer Review”

  1. 1 Pradeep
    May 18, 2011 at 03:37

    Kickass! Did you have it at that Liquidz place?

    Also, was that KF potshot really necessary? 😛


  2. 3 Sumit
    May 18, 2011 at 04:27

    How much does it cost??


  3. 5 Ramona
    May 18, 2011 at 05:55

    Thing is with the Wheat beer, as it got warmer it started to taste vile. I know you’d say that beer has to be drunk chilled. But sometimes one does take time with a glass


  4. 9 Doolally Craft Beers (and a Cider!)
    May 18, 2011 at 10:58

    Thanks for this! Do swing by whenever you are in Pune 🙂


  5. 12 Aashay
    May 22, 2011 at 14:20

    Man Aneesh, you look seriously constipated mate! 😛


  6. 13 The Anarchist
    May 23, 2011 at 10:03

    That pitcher looks tempting!


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