We also tried this on tap at the brewery (Potter’s hotel) in the Hunter Valley. Served in a pint-style glass it pours a dark mahogany with a short tanned cap that retains. Does lace reasonably well considering the minimal head. Gorgeous aroma, it’s distinctly wheaty with an addition of grain, toffee notes, banana lollies and spice. Creamy mouth feel. Smooth and quite light on. It’s certainly packed full of flavour, we’re getting toasted bread, caramel, spice, wheat malts and yeasty notes that all combine well with the 5.5% ABV to produce this excellent dunkelweizen. Great to see a non German brewery do a dunkelweizen just as good as sie Germans. Not a sessionable beer but very enjoyable in small doses. Nice one guys this is a delicious brew.