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Donryu Dream Weizen by Donryu Dream Beer

Donryu Dream Weizen

Donryu Dream Weizen is a 5% German Hefeweizen from Donryu Dream Beer, based in Gunma, Japan. It’s part of their all-year round lineup of craft beer and can be found in both bottles, 330ml and 500ml sizes, and also on tap. Donryu Dream Weizen is the most popular beer from the Donryu Dream Beer but unfortunately also features the generic “recommended beer for ladies”.

Donryu Dream WeizenDonryu Dream Weizen Aroma and Taste

Donryu Dream Weizen poured out a light golden colour that didn’t appear too cloudy and was topped off with a large fluffy white head on top. It had a faint aroma of bananas but the traditional clove-like aroma was missing and as such, felt like a light-hefeweizen. It needed much more as the aroma simply limped along during drinking and felt bland after a while.

Donryu Dream Weizen’s body was more of the same after the aroma – it felt watery and lacked the hefeweizen punch I’ve been enjoying recently. It had some wheat flavour to it but really was just too watery for my preference and failed to develop a long-lasting or distinct flavour of a weizen. It ended up being quite bland in the end and was pretty forgettable as soon as I had finished a sip. Oh wait, there was more.

Donryu Dream Weizen The Bottom Line

Donryu Dream Weizen is either 330ml or 500ml of meh-ness – it’s instantly forgettable after drinking.

Where to Buy Donryu Dream Weizen

Donryu Dream Weizen can be bought online at the following places:

About the Author

Rob

Been drinking beer since longer than I can remember. You can find me in a bar, on the slopes, or doing DIY. I enjoy porters, imperial porters, golden ales, and amber / viennas.

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  1. Crap beers, the lot of them.
    Cycled out there from nikko once and they had a smal party and wouldnt serve me. Instead, I grabbed a bottle of each beer for the train. awful stuff. some undrinkable.
    Nearby Kawaba beer was much better.

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      Definitely had a fair few iffy beers from them – their Chroa Double IPA is perhaps their best so far.

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