Serve in Tumbler, Weizen


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RATINGS: 403   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.74/5   IBU: 20   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
This is a variation on the classic Belgian Witbier style, but aged in French Oak Chardonnay barrels

Brewed with lemon peel, black peppercorns and corriander (sic).
Triple fermented - first in the tank with Belgian yeast, second in french oak Chardonnay barrels with brettanomyces, and finally in the bottle with a third yeast for natural carbonation.

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Christian (13685) - Odense, DENMARK - MAR 23, 2012
Pale golden with a disappearing white head. Aroma of brett funk and white wine, with notable orange peel and a touch of banana. Sweet fruity flavour with a refreshing tartness kicking in. Coriander is noticed in the finish

riversideAK (6261) - Shoreline, Washington, USA - MAR 22, 2012
Nose is nice and funky, definite oak chardonay barrel notes, light wit, some lemon, barnyard. Interesting aromas on this one for sure. Very unique. Pours hazy golden yellow, nice fizzy white head and solid sheets of lace. Wit base beer notes, some chardonay citrus fruits, funky brett barnyard, some coconut here and there. Interesting take on a wit. Well carbonated. Light and fruity. Solid.

bvc (1242) - Washington, USA - MAR 22, 2012
Bright lightly hazed straw yellow with a quickly dissipating white head. Punky oak, funky barnyard doo-doo, lemon, vinous white grapes, light clove and belgian ester undertones. Light refreshing body with effervescent carbonation. Funky tart lemon, white grape, dry throughout, bit of oak, mellow whit spiciness yeast. Light, funky, refreshing...great barrel aged variation of a whit.

jcos (1851) - Maryland, USA - MAR 21, 2012
Location/Date:Bottle split with Dave and Ben on March 17th, 2012.

Appearance: Pours a..um..like lemonade!
Aroma: Aroma is light, wheaty.
Taste: Really interesting for witbear, some oak, lots of wheat, brett makin things interesting.
Palate: Nice light body..

Summary: As usual, or shall I say the once a year Ben finds an Anchorage brew and is kind enough to share it with me, this was really tasty.

dbarnold (1127) - Bethesda, Maryland, USA - MAR 18, 2012
Really really good and really unique. Nose is super bright...lemon, citrus, some wheat and yeast. Palate continues that lemon and citrus but then you get the bottle conditioned yeast, some grass and a lot of light dancing carbonation and the dry oakiness of the barrel aging. Super drinkable yet super full of flavor. The finish is very dry and oaky. Really interesting great beer.

ben4321 (6548) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - MAR 17, 2012
UPDATED: MAR 20, 2012 Location: 750 ml bottle from Buy Rite, 3/17/12

Aroma: It has a pretty interesting nose of wheat, brett, lemon, citrus, and wood
Appearance: The pour is a cloudy, unclear golden-white, and a bright white head and good lacing
Flavor: Tastes mid sweet, a fairly heavy brett component, a good amount of citrus, and a little wood
Palate: The body is fairly light, slightly smooth, a bit of a tingly feel, and a fairly heavy bretty feel
Overall Impression: This was another great one from Anchorage. I’ve really enjoyed everything I’ve tried from them. This was another good one. It had a nice feel, and the brett worked really well with the rest of the beer’s components.

Anova167 (371) - Manhattan Beach, California, USA - MAR 16, 2012
I love Anchorage bottles. You can tell they put a lot into each design an this comes through in the beer as well. Pours pale clear yellow with a quickly dissipating white foamy head. The aroma has some pretty strong brett notes that fades over time along with a bit of spice and vinious oak. Really nice and complex. The flavor is quite tart and lemony with a nice bit of pepper in the background. Nice oaky finish that is a bit short. This is really dry and refreshing. I love this beer.

SuzyGreenberg (1603) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAR 16, 2012
750 ml corked & caged; pale gold and crystal clear with trace white head fading quickly; pears, lemons, light cheesy brett; light pepper and a dry, sweet white wine note in the finish; really dig the level of attenuation here as compared to the Love Buzz; this drinks much smoother and refined with the spices, pepper and barrel treatment blending together harmoniously; light oranges, white pepper and again with that stale cheese brett flavor mixed with dry oak; the finish and super light mouthfeel really make his one shine

Nikiel (879) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 15, 2012
Bottle with Carla. Pours a clear yellow with a nice layer of white foam. Smells dry and sour with hints of melon and chardonnay grapes. Tastes VERY dry when cold, but as it warms up it gains some grapefruit, honeydew and toasted oak flavors. I still wish it were sweeter.

SDalkoholic (2395) - Linda Vista, California, USA - MAR 11, 2012
Bottle from Best Damn Beer Shop: Poured a glowing white/yellow hue that hazy and was topped by a thick lather of foamy head that eventually fizzes out. My nose detects a sour and spicy strain of Belgian yeast that reminds me of Flemish sour ale, but there is also a scent of coriander and a strong aroma of wine too. The flavor is tart with a heaping dosage of spicy Belgian yeast and Chardonnay wine. There are plenty of spices such as coriander, pepper, lime leaf, grains of paradise and etc. however, I don’t taste the most typical Belgian white beer flavor which is orange peel. Certainly, much stronger in spices than was expected and the French Oak Chardonnay over compensates by creating a monster witbier, but I wasn’t taken back by this recipe.

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