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RATINGS: 1440   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.27/5   IBU: 10   EST. CALORIES: 168   ABV: 5.6%
A truly authentic Belgian style wheat or "white" ale, this Rascal is unfiltered and cleverly spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel producing a refreshingly classic ale.

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riversideAK (6265) - Shoreline, Washington, USA - APR 29, 2007
The standard belgian wit aroma. Corriander spice, orange, etc. Yellowish and unfiltered. Flavor is orange, corriander, and wheat. Pretty standard here. A hundred times better than Sam White. Not my favorite style so I probably will not purchase again. We’ll see.

LinusStick (3506) - Moon Twp, suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - APR 26, 2007
This is the best American made witbier I’ve had to date. Beautiful cloudy white with a puffy 2 finger head that laced the whole glass. Aroma of yeast and citrus. Taste was all citrus and a crisp wheaty finish. Refreshing and delicious.

inkycaps (15) - , Texas, USA - APR 26, 2007
Cloudy almost white color. Aroma of orange and lemon zests. Good wheat flavor.Easy to drink. Very light. Its nice.

Jwasciuk (198) - Lowell, Michigan, USA - APR 24, 2007
Pours hazy light yellow with a creamy white head. Aroma is complex, malty of bread, grain and straw, piney hop notes and yeast esters of leather, cobwebs and apples. Flavor is well balanced great taste, citrusy and clean. Light to medium bodied watery and livley carbonated. Nice.

hellbilly (3306) - scottsdale über alles, Arizona, USA - APR 22, 2007
soapy, banana aroma. definately coriander and white pepper with some orange

mkofron (155) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - APR 21, 2007
Pale yellow with thick but disappearing white head. Coriander and wheat aroma. Tastes like it smells. Approachable for even non-beer drinkers. Decent witbier.

clasley (153) - Arkansas, USA - APR 20, 2007
355 ml bottle. Pours a pale turbid yellow with a course white head. Hints of banana and clove in the noise. Moderately spicy palate with a sharp carbonated bite. Relatively interesting profile with notes of fruit and spice. Good hot weather brew.

kenb (1102) - Oregon, USA - APR 18, 2007
12 oz bottle via Arctic Liquors Beer Club. It pours a hazy golden blonde with a large quickly receding white head. Nose is spicy pepper, clovers, and butter. Tastes just like it smells with some lemon and a touch of honey. This is better than expected as i typically do not expect much from this brewery, but this is not bad. Light/medium body, high carbonation as is typical of the style. This is an average beer for the style.

kimcgolf (872) - Dacula, Georgia, USA - APR 14, 2007
This was a very pleasant beer, and I’m not a big fan of wheats. Poured to a hazy lemonade color with medium white head that lingered well through the glass and left good lacing. Aroma was faint, but the presence of dough and spices was present. Mouthfeel was tingly, and the flavor was very prominently coriander and clove spices, all leading to a thirst-quenching finish. My only complaint with this was that I was drinking it on a Spring inside a restaurant. I think this would be much better served cold outside on a hot summer’s day. I’ll have to plan on that.

csbosox (1229) - Prairie Village, Kansas, USA - APR 10, 2007
UPDATED: MAY 1, 2007 12oz, served in my Duvel tulip. Nice wit spice aroma and some nice yeasty aromas too. Hazy gold with a small, but persistent, white head, maybe due to the coldness of the beer and a proper haze. Taste is wheat, coriander, curacao, yeast, vanilla, hay. There is also a nice tart/sour note and a lingering yeast flavor. Great summer beer and a nice example of the style.

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