Fishing Beer Review: Weyerbacher Nineteen

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Brewed to the classic Weyerbacher anniversary requirement of a strength of 10% ABV or more, Nineteen fits the mold and brings a new dimension to the anniversary pedigree – tartness! Two brews were made – a high-ABV mango-infused wheat beer and a tart blending beer, both using pale and wheat malts and a blend of Belgian yeasts. The final blended beer features both tropical sweetness, as well as the tart citrusy character of a spontaneously fermented beer. Nineteen should cellar quite well. Cheers!


This is a pretty good beer that I would certainly buy again if I wanted something familiar...and strong. This one comes in at 10 percent. It pours a beautiful orange color with a very light head head. It has a neat fruity smell to it and a tropical taste mixed with the normal wheat taste. I thought it was pretty cool and different and I definitely dig brews that are outside the box.

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