Haiku reviews is a feature wherein I invoke the brief and impressionistic style of poetry to devote exactly 17 syllables to reviewing a beer.
Waterloo Brewing Co’s Sour Weisse
Weird neighbour offers lem’nade.
Refreshed; you feel strange.
What they have to say: “A sour, tart, fruity, and highly effervescent wheat ale with no residual sweetness. It’s lower in alcohol at just 4%, making it the perfect summer quaff. Best served in a wide-rimmed chalice to allow the ale to foam, and take in its frothy nose.”
Part of Waterloo’s new Brewmeister Series of small-batch brews “crafted for the informal beer drinker” (?) this beer is exclusive to the Kitchener-Waterloo and Waterloo’s own retail store for a limited time.
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