Like Tipopils, Vudu is one of Birrificio Italiano's rifts on classic German recipes, many lost in time due to changing beer consumption habits. In this case, the dark weizen, a version of the typical German weizen that went away due to the increasing popularity of the pilsner. Unlike a bock-weizen, this beer is not so strong, at 5.6% alcohol. Although dark like a dunkel, the flavor of roasted fruits or chocolate is not so pronounced, maintaining the clean fruitiness of a summer weizen. On pour, the cloudy, dark amber beer produced an off-white large head that lingered on the sides of the glass. The aroma is of chocolate and the grasiness of weizen, even with a little bit of banana. The taste is of roasted fruits balanced by the lightness of very prominent carbonation, finished off by a pleasant bitterness. A surprising beer from Birrificio Italiano, a balancing act of heavy and light that is pulled off with perfection.