apickles (569) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAY 6, 2016
Pours a hazy lemon in the glass with a rim of cream head round the edge of the glass. Nose is a little citrus, maybe grapefruit mostly. Creamy in the mouth with quite a bit of fizz. Not loads of taste and a little sodary but quite refreshing. sebletitje (10080) - Enghien, BELGIUM - APR 29, 2016
Bouteille 33cl sous ’Gentse Mannekes Pies’, no BB.
Dorée, trop claire-propre pour s’apparenter à une blanche, col blanc fin, hugh gusher.
Arôme offre un bouquet plaisant citronné, rétro fin épicé de coriandre, malt, cave et levure âgée.
Palais est malté léger biscuité mais de suite ponctué par un malt froment et de suite une fine note d’amertume houblonnée.
Effervescence moyenne-haute, résiduel levure avec une fin agrumes-écorce. Semble passée de date. josanguapo (1685) - SPAIN - APR 27, 2016
From elcervecero. In Teku glass. After dinner. Very pleasant aroma and taste, with just the adequate amount of coriander. Very refreshing and drinkable. A shame its too short bottle size GenkiGonzo (1092) - Kyoto, JAPAN - APR 27, 2016
Bottle from Bradleys. Slightly cloudy straw pour. Sweet fruity aroma with coriander. Flavour has more prominent herbal and floral notes. JohhnyB (188) - CROATIA - APR 17, 2016
On tap. Pours hazy yellow color with medium white head. Aroma of reisin, herbs, banana, coriander and hint of citrus. Refreshing and drinkable. Suiting for hot summer days.
BobyFischer (311) - FRANCE - APR 15, 2016
Incomparablement fruité, complexe, floral, doux, léger, désaltérant.
Bien citronné et qui évite l’écueil des saveurs artificielles et superflues.
Ma meilleure blanche àlabelge pour le moment. GoufCustom (2006) - HONG KONG - APR 12, 2016
jamestulloch (4117) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 9, 2016
250ml bottle bought at Gorgeous Wine & Cigar in Yuen Long.
Cloudy hazy pale straw golden colour with traces of yeast sediments; Half finger head with crumpety white foam which last for 1 minutes; Very good sticky lacing and zero carbonation; Fragrant aroma of malt, with very strong wheat and tartness, orange peel, coriander, light banana, floral, light sugar, spices, lemon and grass; Mid to light sweet taste of light malt, with strong wheat, thin tartness, light coriander, light oranges, fair molasses, strong earth, light spices, thin lemon, thin bitter hops and faint grass; Close to light body. Slick and creamy palate; Mouth feel is light maltyness in a thick and smooth background. Lots of wheat but tartness is light. Light but fair amount of coriander and oranges, mixed with nice molasses, pretty strong earth and fairly tasty spices. Very light lemon to round. Pretty good!... Hoppiness is spices, lemon and grass in nose. Strong earth, spices, light lemon in taste; Bitterness is very low for an abrupt, nil astringent wheaty spicy finish; Fairly dry after taste. Smooth and very easy to mouth.
Comments: This is almost like the bottled Hoegaarden, but with better fruity estery aroma, and a bit more spicy character in taste. Very quaffable, although a bit more expressive in spice and herbs will be better!
Bottle. Hazy golden body with a thin white head. Steady carbonation. Faint lacing. Aroma of pollen, banana and corn flakes. Flavour of tangy lemon, bergamot, flower petals and Earl Grey tea. Medium body with a creamy texture. Soft fizz. A tangy, floral Witbier. Hamirubi (587) - Waarschoot, BELGIUM - APR 5, 2016
25cl bottle at ’t Oud Liefken in Waarschoot (1 IV 2016), shared with a friend. An off-bright yellow coloured - fluorescent even - pale looking wheat beer with a soapy white foam on top. This classic Celis White has some very atypical white beer flavours. It has loads of lemons and sourness in the nose, yet the taste artificially like javel. And still... the taste is not that unamusing. The carbonation is high. Really not the typical wheat beer we all know nowadays. Is this the traditional Hoegaarden taste? Lloydy (100) - Worcestershire, ENGLAND - MAR 25, 2016
250ml bottle. Refreshing. Hints of pepper and strangely... cinnamon. Very similar to Hoegaarden. Nice, but why the tiny bottle?