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RATINGS: 84   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   SEASONAL: Summer   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
This wonderful wheat is slightly sweet and spicy from the coriander and candied orange peels that are part of this traditional Belgium recipe. Simply delicious served with a slice of lemon.

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2.7
SphinxTX (2878) - Mata Gorda, Texas, USA - FEB 20, 2009
Bottle thanks to bu11zeye. Pours a hazy straw yellow with fizzy white head. Aroma of strong orange & coriander. Flavor has a light taste, some coriander, orange, some wheat. Mouthfeel is light & watery, high carbonation. Overall, it is a light, refreshing beer for summer.....not bad.

2.7
OzarkElmo (329) - Poplar Bluff, Missouri, USA - OCT 9, 2009
From small glass in tasting room. Draft pour a yellow/orange, fairly clear with light head. Did not expect it to be as clear. Mild aromas of citrus, a hint of spice. Very mild, on the light side Witbier. A bit too watery for the style IMO.

2.7
KimJohansen (10498) - Frederiksberg C, DENMARK - MAR 29, 2010
Cloudy yellow with a medium off white head. Sweet yeasty aroma with coriander, lemons and wheat. Flavour was sweet with wheat, lemons and coriander. Finished dry.

2.7
Theis (15150) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 31, 2010
#05 - Amerikaner Blind-Smagning 27-Marts-2010 hos Papsoe. Clear yellow with flowties - white head. Flowery, wheaty, citrus, fruity, sulfor, zesty, cardboard, coriander. Plain.

2.7
Travlr (26430) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUL 2, 2012
Bottle. Hazy pale yellow color, small white head. Aroma of spice and bubblegum. Taste has tons of spice.

2.6
GAManiac (1946) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - APR 16, 2011
22oz bottle from birchstick. Pours very hazy, bright yellow with a fizzy white head that evaporates immediately and leaves no lacing to speak of. The aroma is heavy on the coriander and orange peel, really heavy, with very little of the underlying wheat beer that I could tell. Maybe a touch of sweetness in the back but the coriander really stands out. The taste is much sweeter than the aroma with the wheat and orange peel sitting heavily on the palate up front. The spices hit in the finish and leave a dry finish. The mouthfeel is medium bodied with lower carbonation than I was expecting. A little watery in the finish. This is probably just an average witbier and not one that I would revisit.

2.6
masuanime (1) - Seward, USA - DEC 27, 2012 does not count
Its a serviceable drink, but lacks in flavor and depth. I like wheat beers, and its not bad at all, however I felt I was left wanting more complexity. I would probably not buy this again, but it was a good experience.

2.6
Frank (4261) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUN 24, 2014
This is cloudy golden brew and it is absolutely laden with coriander citrus character. It is not altogether bad but very much one dimension in the vein of something like Blue Moon or Leinenkugel’s beers in the same style. It is lightly sweet with some cookie dough malt character with perhaps slightly overly vigorous carbonation. I think a beer like this will have it’s fans. Like, if you brought it to party, someone there would think it was great but to me it is just not nearly subtle enough to qualify as a good wit.

2.6
BVery (11461) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - OCT 15, 2014
Tap at Heavy Riff. Pale yellow-gold pour with a small head. Wheat and mild floral notes. Very thin. Not very good.

2.5
Plovmand (8685) - Grindsted, DENMARK - MAR 29, 2010
Bottle. Hazy pale yellow with a medium white head and floaties. The aroma is clove, coriander hell, light fruit and wheat. The flavour is heavy coriander, citrus and clove. Watery palate. Thin, too spicy and dull overall.


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