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RATINGS: 395   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.05/5   IBU: 15   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
Formerly known As Alaskan Belgian Wit

Brewed with coriander, bitter orange peel and malted wheat, Alaskan White Ale has a light and crisp body pleasant tartness followed by slightly spicy aftertaste. The malted wheat gives the beer a more full and lightly malty mouthfeel. There is an aroma and flavor of wheat and coriander, with a dry and refreshingly carbonated finish.

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oh6gdx (26487) - Vasa, FINLAND - MAR 12, 2010
Bottled (thanks Kalevi Kurronen!). Golden colour, small head. Aroma is coriander, some wheat as well as mild spices. Flavour is quite much the same. Rather pleasant and refreshing.

Travlr (25828) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JAN 21, 2012
Bottle courtesy of Terri at the Historic Anchorage Hotel, thank you ma’am! Barely hazy yellow color, small white head. Aroma of subtle banana and citrus. Taste is bitter and plain.

omhper (25565) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JUL 20, 2010
Bottled from Spokane, WA. Clear golden, minimal head. fruity spicy tangerine aroma. Mid sweet with well rounded mouthfeel. Nicely citric with intense herbal spicyness but low bitterness. A very refreshing witbier with quite intense spicyness.

fiulijn (21022) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 1, 2014
Draught at The Lazy Moon Craft Tavern, Port Angeles
Cloudy pale blond color with creamy head. Bready aroma. Weak and dry mouthfeel, with a bready character and low bitterness.

Theydon_Bois (20462) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - JUN 8, 2013
Bottle at Buffalo Wild Wings, Houston Hobby, 22/05/13. Lightly hazed pale golden with a thin white head. Nose carries floral hops, lemon, light spice, grss. Taste comprises lemon rind, corriander, sugars, herbal and floral notes, pinch of spice. Medium bodied, moderate carbonation. Ok wit.

Oakes (18543) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 21, 2014
Cloudy dull yellow-tan, malty-marshmallow, lemon and coriander. Malty body, lightly malty, floral, honeyish character. Not bad wit.

TBone (18099) - Pori, FINLAND - MAR 12, 2010
A bit hazy orange color, small white head. Coriander spicey, bready aroma. Quite light palate. Wheatish, strong coriander spiceyness. Quite Belgian. Quite refreshing. Some similarities to Alaskan Summer Ale, which I had before this one.

yngwie (17176) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 28, 2013
Bottle, 12oz. A lightly hazy one, yellowish pale golden in color and topped by a small, dense, off-white head. The aroma has a touch of coriander seeds and orange, with a generic fruityness and pale malts in the back. Lighlty peppery, coriander-ish flavor with oranges and a generic citrusy fruityness. Wheat. Some bitterness, but just a little bit, the spices, fruityness and malts is much more evident, and lasts longer. Medium to full body, perhaps a tad sweet. Pleasant carbonation level. Not bad in any way this one, althoug a tad sweet maybe. At least it feels a bit too sweet to make me think I could have many of these, but served cold it could be a nice thirst quencher. 130828

bhensonb (15621) - Woodland, California, USA - APR 14, 2009
Bottle from BevMo. Hazy golden color with a slight white head. Light spice aroma. Sort of medium bodied. Rather malty for a wit. Not exactly exciting. Drinkable. Might grow on me.

djd07 (15342) - Houston, Texas, USA - MAR 26, 2012
On tap at Flyig Saucer. Pours a cloudy orange with a small creamy white head with sticky lacing. The aroma is citrus and wheat. Thin mouthfeel with a fruity malt and orange peel. Easy to drink a very good Belgian wit from Alaskan

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