Beer Review #39: 21st Amendment Hell or High Watermelon Wheat

My wife and I have a friend who live in San Francisco. I had just started reading my All About Beer magazine and they were talking about a brewery that made a wheat beer with watermelon. My mouth started watering so I did a little research on this brewery and found that it was called 21st Amendment Brewery and was located in San Francisco. I immediately shot an email to my friend begging her to find a way to get me some of this Hell or High Watermelon Wheat beer shipped to me. She found a liquor store that would ship it and my six pack of cans came a week later. 
A very refreshing wheat beer that I thought would possibly be too fruity. The great thing is that the watermelon flavor wasn’t overwhelming and you got a hint of it and the rind with the great wheat flavor. They use over 400 lbs of watermelons to brew this beer. 
 REVIEW
POUR: Cloudy golden pour.
AROMA: Smell of wheat and watermelon
TASTE: Very smooth, subtle watermelon flavor, does not overwhelm the beer.
OVERALLB-

EASTERN IOWA RESIDENTS: I know this isn’t found anywhere close to Eastern Iowa, my whole point of doing this review is to show that there are places to order beers from that will ship them. If you search hard enough online you will find places that will ship beer directly to your door!

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One thought on “Beer Review #39: 21st Amendment Hell or High Watermelon Wheat

  1. G-LO says:

    I had this beer two summers ago. The name alone makes it memorable. Definitely odd, but also quite tasty. A very good summer beer. Crisp, clean, and refreshing. And the can factor makes it that much easier to take it to the beach or pool, i.e. a place that isn’t usually bottle friendly.

    Cheers!
    G-LO

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