Brewed by Brouwerij Hof Ten Dormaal
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Tildonk, Belgium


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RATINGS: 221   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.41/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
Witloofbier also under the name Dormaal Winter 11.

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Taboada (1533) - Compostela (Galiza), SPAIN - MAR 21, 2015
Tasted on the Barcelona Beer Fest (14/03/2015). Hazy golden amber colour with a medium white head. Aroma of yeast, lemon and malts. Taste is sweet malty with presence of citrics. Next one please!

kingstoni (2174) - FINLAND - FEB 28, 2015
Bottle. Hazy amber color with a medium thin foamy off-white head. Aroma of yeast, apricot, apple and lemon. Sour and medium bitter taste. Medium body.

Erzengel (9759) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - FEB 13, 2015
*Old rating from 2011. Strange vegetable nose - a strange idea to brew a beer with chicory-cabbage.... The beer starts strange bitter, herbal with hints of malt. Earth, mouldy cabbage (?), quite dry. Very strange mouldy taste... I can’t finish this one... Beer with chicory-cabbage doesn’t seem to be my thing...

tykechandler (343) - Kentucky, USA - FEB 1, 2015
Это пиво вкусное. я, конечно, рекомен& его всем, что любит хорошую Craft пива!

hopwine (678) - brooklynzzzzz, New York, USA - JAN 22, 2015
Nose is perfumey, white wine. Flavor is orchard fruit, spicy clove, more floral. But sticky on the palate.

Karyots (23) - BELGIUM - DEC 25, 2014
Murky brown with a good head that quickly dissipates. Berries, apricot, plums, oak casks on the nose. Taste starts slightly sweet, flash of sourness all around the mouth and ends with bitterness. Leaves a bitterness with an earthy,peaty taste in the mouth. Very cool.

Christos (5909) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - NOV 22, 2014
(Dormaal Wit Goud (White Gold)) 375 ml bottle at home, as White Gold, everything in english on the bottle. Corked and caged, served into a tulip, ABV 8% The cork went flying the moment I released it off its cage. Thankfully no gush. Very hazy on the body, orange in colour, huge slightly off-white head, collapsing quickly and then stabilizing to one finger of foam, with excellent retention.Light lacing on the glass. Aroma of belgian yeast, cooked egetables, light grapes, peach, apricot, faint caramel. Tasts has fruity notes of peaches and apricots, light grains, some nuts, alcohol, sugars, yeast, a very faint touch of sourness, white wine hints. Nicely bitter on the aftertaste. Medium body, highly carbonated. Very good, I liked it.

tricksta_p (5349) - Steenwijk, NETHERLANDS - NOV 17, 2014
Aroma of yeast, fruit, vegetable, floral notes, spices, a little farmhouse funk. Flavour is slightly tart, moderate sweet, with a moderate bitter finish. Enjoyable enough.

Trappist1 (646) - Diest, BELGIUM - NOV 17, 2014
Rich golden color with a full off-white head. Nose:floral, yeast, hoppy, some malts, typical HFTD grains. Overall Rich warm nose. Taste:malt, a malt sweet body. Hops with a gentle bitter brood finish. Round MF. Subtile. Well made, had this beer before and did meet expectations. One of the better HFTD beers for me.

Alengrin (5891) - BELGIUM - NOV 7, 2014
Also tasted as Winter 11. A beer paying tribute to the Brussels ’witloof’ culture of Kampenhout, a much-revered vegetable, basically the leaves of the chicory plant, cultured in the dark and therefore remaining white, in: having been deprived of photosynthesis. This vegetable is a 19th-century Brussels invention and remains justly popular in Belgium; its bitter roots have effectively been used in this beer as a support for the hops. Thick, sticky, off-white but rapidly breaking head, hazy orange blonde colour. Estery aroma of apple, peach, apricot, pineapple, honey, yeast, earth, roots, bark, grass. Fruity onset, mellow honeyish matiness, starch-like powdery mouthfeel, yeasty and rooty, with bitterish tail in which the leafy bitterness of the hops is difficult to distinguish from the earthy bitterness of the chicory roots; some warming alcohol as well, but not disturbing. Quite interesting, if you’re into earthy, estery Belgian ’yeastiness’, but could have been more elegant and more balanced.

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