Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale Can

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Style
Wheat Beer
Country
America
Brewery
ABV
4.2%
Bottle Size
355ml
Serving Temp
6 to 8 °C

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Pouring Chicago's Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat Ale releases a frothy, bubbly head with good retention that eventually settles into a thick layer over top of a deep, hazy yellow colour. Very subtle notes of wheat and bread reach the nose and are accentuated in the flavour by notes of lemon rind and citrus. It's zippy and refreshing but with a creamy mouthfeel that's deceptively fuller-bodied than its appearance. It's a perfect thirst-quencher but not for those who like to be blown away by big tastes.

Brewery Info

Great breweries start with a clear vision. Founder John Hall’s was to bring the best of European beer styles to Chicago. Since its modest beginnings in a brewpub in 1988, Goose Island went on to make some of America’s greatest beer, including Goose IPA that won medals not just once, but six times at the Great American Beer Festival.

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Lovely can
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Just as good as the bottle...great introduction to the wheat beer style.
Good start
60%
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It’s a great start to wheat beers and easy to drink.
Good staple
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Great introduction to wheat beers, albeit I prefer it from a bottle but that's just me. This will leave you wanting more, in a good way.
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