Wren House / Our Mutual Friend Muheim

Wren House / Our Mutual Friend Muheim

Rated 3.300 by BeerPals

Brewed by Wren House Brewing Company

Phoenix, AZ, United States

Style:  Smoked Ale

4.6% Alcohol by Volume

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It’s impossible to hang out with OMF and not talk about what beer we want to brew together next. Everything from Hazy IPAs, mixed-culture saisons, to classic styles, we always want to brew something we can be stoked about. MUHEIM stems from a recent love and discussion about smoke beers we had in Denver a few months back, and also ones we enjoyed many many pints of on our recent Germany trip. Aside from its colored malt varieties, this Marzen style Rauchbier was brewed with a base of 100% Beechwood Smoke Malt. An early bittering charge in the kettle with a moderate Tettnang addition closer to the end of its boil for a subtle spice profile. Notes of freshly charred wood and a caramel sweetness while keeping a sense of balance to this style that can be difficult at times.

ID: 105391 Last updated 1 day ago Added to database 2 weeks ago

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Overall Rank1
Overall Percentile100
Style Rank1 of 269
Style Percentile99.6
Lowest Score4.2
Highest Score4.2
Average Score4.200
Weighted Score3.300
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • IBREW2OR3 1171 reviews
    rated 4.2 6 days ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 9

    Rated July 2024. Pint can pours with a clear brown mahogany colored body that supports a slightly loose tan head of foam. The aroma offers up modest levels of smoky rauch goodness followed by thin roasted malts and a dash of nuttiness. The taste delivers pleasing levels of smokiness that ranges from straight up smoke you can sink your teeth into to thin ribbons of maples and bacon. Behind the smoke is a supporting character of roasted malts. Yeah, this scratches my rauch itch that most US made smoke brews don't reach. This manages fairly firm levels of smokiness. Itch scratched.

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