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RATINGS: 52   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.01/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
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White Aphro is a Belgianized version of our popular Aphrodisiac Ale. The honey, ginger, and lavender are still added as a spice addition. It is fermented with a traditional Belgian yeast strain, and wheat malt was added, giving it a Belgian white characteristic. 5.6% ABV

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2.1
BeerdedDave (1676) - Beckley, USA - JUN 20, 2017
pale gold color; lots of citrus and ginger in the aroma; lots of ginger in the flavor; also citrus notes and floral notes; the flavor really gets overpowered by the ginger; the ginger got more and more overwhelming as I drank more until I finally had to just dump it

2.7
wilnatp (692) - Minnesota, USA - APR 5, 2017
Tap. Limited head and quickly disappeared which being an Afro [sic] was disappointing. Aroma of ginger and wheat and light citrus. Not too memorable.

3.2
ganache (5852) - New Jersey, USA - MAR 29, 2017
Bottle, 50th rating for this brew. Nose strong ginger, some honey and wheat, lemon, but mostly ginger. Pour clear, very pale yellow, abundant carbonation and a short, soapy bright white head. Taste very spicy, very strong and lightly warming ginger, no pepper, honey backed off but I can still smear a bit off my teeth. Lavender more of an afterthought but pleasant in its rounding gentleness. Lightly sweet and persistent, touch oily but not really, this one takes the crisper, drying path. Very low hop bitterness met by roughly equal measure in spice bitterness. Bit of candied citrus peel, soft wheat with just a hint of slime. Medium body, clean, very drinkable. Good intro beer. [2017.03.29: 3.2]

2.4
Larry_Duffman (527) - - MAR 13, 2017
I poured it from the bottle into a Stella glass. It pours golden with a white head. The aroma is ginger and spice. The taste is ginger, lemon, wheat, spice, and soap. There was too much going on here. It didn’t gel for me. The ginger was over the top. I liked the tingly carbonation. This missed the mark though.

2.8
anders37 (26194) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JAN 9, 2017
Bottle. Pours a hazy yellow color with a small white head. Has a fruity wheat malty spicy ginger aroma. Fruity wheat malty spicy ginger and lavender flavor. Has a fruity wheat malty spicy ginger finish.

2.9
geologyguy (1583) - Columbia, South Carolina, USA - DEC 8, 2016
Smell is of lightly sweet hefeweitzen...taste is unique...like a blue moon with ginger, very very late lavender on palate...way after normal...in Syracuse for 15th high school reunion

3.6
mzaar (3380) - Varberg, SWEDEN - OCT 23, 2016
Tap @ Spring Lounge, Manhattan. Pours hazy yellow with a lasting white head. Aromas of orange peel, wheat, lime and coriander. Flavours of ginger, coriander, citrus and wheat. The combination works very nice for me.

3.1
sinfull (1633) - Brooklyn, New York, USA - OCT 10, 2016
Hazy , yellow color. Medium-sized , white head . Ginger and other spices dominate in aroma . Rather sweet taste with lot of spices. Wheat malt and yeasts are noticeable too. Good beer , but too much of spices for me. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

4.3
nealblind (1849) - Seattle, Alabama, USA - SEP 4, 2016
Very Very good. Ratings here are a travesty. The lavender and ginger spice pair perfectly with the spicy Belgian character. Some sweetness but it’s tempered perfectly by the additions. Tons of complexity.

1.8
rlgk (18847) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 11, 2016
Bottle at Chris and Ruths house after GBBF 2016, Thursday. Clear golden beer with a small head. Malty yeasty aroma, caramel, grapes, some hay. Hoppy spicy aroma, pepper, ginger, some clove. Ginger flavor, dishwater, some clove. Quite terrible.


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