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Brewed by Bright Brewery
Style: Witbier
Bright, Victoria, Australia
Serve in Tumbler, Weizen

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RATINGS: 18   MEAN: 3.09/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.06/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The Belgian-style Wit Bier first released 28th March 2007, is brewed using unmalted triticale wheat grown nearby in the Ovens Valley, at the base of Mount Buffalo. It has a light refreshing flavour with hints of coriander.

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2.8
mkel07 (6429) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - NOV 14, 2009
330ml bottle. Pale straw colour, clear and sparkling with a large cap of thick fluffy white foam. Cloves dominate the aroma with some ripe banana notes following. Tart spicy herb finish. Okay without being great.

3.3
hawthorne00 (4140) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - SEP 28, 2010
Hazy orange with a large white head. Aroma of oranges and lemons, lemon delicious, coriander seed. Taste has sharp lemon - almost like a squeeze of juice, very light wheat sourness and a little grain sweetness. I’ve had this before (IIRC I bought some from the brewery) and it was nowhere near this good. I guess this is a really fresh one.

3.2
gam (4096) - brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUL 26, 2009
Straw colour good carbonation and head aroma lots of clove sweet smelling wheat and sugar very fresh,coriander.Flavour hint of banana bitter hops coriander clove sweet wheat,finish spicy sweet hop bitters,above average drink.

2.7
Davros (3309) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - JUL 15, 2010
Pours pale gold with a small head.
Nose shows coriander and doughy notes with orange peel evident later. Subtle.
Similar flavours but there’s also some annoying grainy malt in there.
Good light body and moderately high carbontion.

3.1
bluevegie (3073) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - SEP 14, 2007
Compact head on a cloudy straw coloured body. My partner liked the aroma very much but I was struggling to find it, at first, mainly just citrus notes then cloves. Citrus again on the front palate followed by coriander and some orange characters, fairly good witbier although the style is more suited for the hot summer months.

3.2
Bif (2361) - St. Charles, Missouri, USA - SEP 27, 2012
Bottle- Pours a hazy light golden color with a decent head that fades to some lacing. Mild aroma of hops, with some grain and bit of malt sweetness. Taste is a bit crisp with a mild malt sweetness and some grian. There is a mild bitterness and a clean finish. Light body, crisp, smooth and refreshing. Decent balance. This is beer is not spcetacular, more middle of the road for the style. Good for a few.

2.8
TheGrandMaster (2335) - Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - MAY 24, 2010
Bottle. Quite dry, and a good touch of bitterness as well. Not exciting, but a solid Wit.

3.8
Stew41 (2093) - Phuket, THAILAND - AUG 11, 2007
Aromas hit the nose as soon as the beer hits the glass. A quite instense sour lemon and perhaps orange, wafted over 3 feet! And maybe a hint of lambic sourness as well. Impressive. Great to look at; yellow body with a faint orange core. Heavy weight in the mouth. Powerful, almost thick in texture. Citrus fruits not really evident, rather the corriander and spice comes into play. Big thick aniseed finish pushes a bitter edge.

3.7
davidm (2081) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - APR 26, 2011
On tap at the brewery. Nice and hoppy witbier. Aromas of coriander, grass, and citrus. Taste is sweet, with bitter notes, and long length. Palate is velvety, and medium bodied. Yellow, cloudy, with a frothy head.

2.8
Lunkie (1964) - Glen Iris, AUSTRALIA - JUN 1, 2008
Sweet floral malt hop aroma. Murky pale yellow colour with over primed head. Sweet malt hop flavour. Fizzy palate.


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