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RATINGS: 3227   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   EST. CALORIES: 162   ABV: 5.4%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
"Belgian White Ale" (North America) / "North American Craft Beer" (UK)
Brewed with oats for creaminess and spiced with the perfect combination of orange peel and coriander.
An unfiltered wheat ale spiced in the Belgian tradition for an uncommonly smooth taste.
Gold medalist (white beer) at 1995 World Beer Championships, silver medalist (white beer) at 1996 and 1997 World Beer Championships. 171 calories per 12-ounce serving and 5.4% abv.
Editor’s Note: Much of this beer’s production now comes from the Molson brewery in Toronto. A small portion of Denver draught production comes from the SandLot brewery. Still other product may continue to hail from Golden. 7/19/08.

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2.8
steview (1037) - Petaluma, California, USA - NOV 29, 2004
UPDATED: FEB 27, 2005 on tap with an orange slice at Tracks Bar & Grill / orange juice with some champagne, then it becomes too acidic. yeah, but it’s actually decent however plain it is.

3.3
GEOBRAU (188) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - NOV 28, 2004
On tap with and without the orange slice. Spicy with orange notes. Interesting. I will be exploring this category more to be sure.

2.7
beerlover82 (241) - Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 25, 2004
On tap at local bar : light golden with average but fake head.Aroma and flavor is of citrus, some hops and wheat. Thin to medium-bodied, this is actually not bad, considering it’s made by one of the worst breweries in the world.

3.1
tgrace01 (10) - USA - NOV 18, 2004
I liked this light beer a lot....good taste, even better aftertaste, Good switch up for us at college, kind of a step up from cheap light beers.

3.2
Styles (2014) - Lincoln Park, Michigan, USA - NOV 12, 2004
Tap: Hazy cloudy yellow med head gone quickly. Light refreshing citrus aroma. Flavor has almost a dry citrus kick to it with almost no aftertaste. Has always been a safe play when nothing else is available at your local.

3.9
crizay (1050) - Brook Park, Ohio, USA - NOV 9, 2004
UPDATED: JUN 10, 2007 Pours a cloudy orange, nice white head. Aroma is bitter orange peel, and the flavor stays pretty dominantly the same, mostly orange peel can’t really taste the coriander when on draught but the spices are more evident in the bottled version. So many people diss this beer and obviously it’s because it’s brewed under coors, personally I can drink the hell out of it all the time, with an orange it’s even better.

3.4
pobenohne (504) - Northern Liberties, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 8, 2004
On draft at Paninin’s on the OSU campus - skipped the orange wedge. Cloudy, muddy orange colored beer. Thin head and no lace. Refreshing to drink - almost an energy drink - orange citirus notes and a hint of nutmeg?

4.2
cheubi (15) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 5, 2004
Nicely done! Light & refreshing (and even tolerates the "traditional" citrus wedge very well. Spicy with citrus notes are complemented by a crisp finish and neutral aftertaste.

4.9
labattfreak (58) - Coldwater, Michigan, USA - OCT 30, 2004
I tried this beer for the first time today at the advice of a friend. It was good! Next time I plan to put an orange in the bottle.

3.4
MIBRomeo (2570) - Wisconsin, USA - OCT 28, 2004
UPDATED: NOV 20, 2004 a light yellow color.. lots of carbonation in the pour with a little soapy looking head that disapated very quickly. Aroma was of light hops and citrus... the palate was very light and full of carbonation even though the beer no longer showed this. I liked the light citris taste all though I felt it too mellow.. Overall I think this was a good beer but nothing amazing


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