Yuk!Pitiful.Poor.Below Average.Average.Good.ExcellentTerrificAwesome.The. Best. Ever. (No Ratings Yet)


Beer #901 is a wheat ale brewed by Mountain Goat in Richmond, Victoria, Australia.

A pretty decent wheat beer, I’d have it again but I wouldn’t pay for it next time. Not bad.

The bottle size is 640ML with an alcohol content of 6.50% (containing approximately 3.30 AU / 4.20 UK standard drinks), .

My Rating is 6.00/10 which means it’s a good solid beer and it comes recommended.


Hopfweizenbock, Mountain Goat.jpg Hopfweizenbock, Mountain Goat.jpgMountain Goat

Brewer Notes:
A collaboration between Mountain Goat Brewery and the Brooklyn brewery. The resulting beer is now out and is a Hopfweizenbock, AKA a hoppy, strong wheat beer. It’s a beer style brewed by Brooklyn in the States and this version uses the exact same yeast (from the world’s oldest existing brewery, Weihenstephan) and exact same grain bill as the US beer. Where it differs is in the use of Melbourne water and, more importantly, Aussie hops. A tonne (not literally) of Tassie Galaxy hops were added to the conditioning tanks – two grams per litre, according to Goat, to give the beer a distinctive Aussie twist. That said, the tropical fruit aromas from the Galaxy don’t have it all their own way, with the Weihenstephan yeast throwing up plenty of banana and bubblegum esters too. In fact, the hops come to the fore as much in the mouth, adding a slightly resiny, fruity kick to the full-bodied, malty, slightly spicy beer.

3 Minutes to live. 3 Minutes to escape. 3 Minutes free? Yes, it is!

If you love killing spiders, you'll love this!

Have you tried my latest game Hang Man 3D? It might give you something to hang around for.

Have you tried my game Crappy Bird? Crap by name, but not by nature.

Have you voted in any of these polls?

Get the Android app MiBeer for free and scan over 2,100 beer barcodes to automatically find the beer on this website. I have more apps for Android here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *