joebudzjoe (677) - Connecticut, USA - JUL 23, 2010
Bottle. Lemon, brown sugar and soapy aromas. Yellow-brown cloudy body with a quickly settling head. Heavy visible brown remnants on the top of the bottle. Initial banana, citrus, cinnamon notes that finishes crisply. This beer is on the light side of the body, but it works ok with this style. djc920 (38) - New Jersey, USA - JUL 22, 2010
Easy to drink, easy to love. Creamy mouthfeel and light citrus taste; some light spices upfront. I enjoy the lingering mellow coriander aftertaste. Perfect for this summer weather. Nothing like a palate-crushing IPA or impy, this should be enjoyable by just about anybody. rampmaster (642) - Alden, New York, USA - JUL 21, 2010
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 120z bottle into a Witbier glass. The bottle has a best before date printed on it and the label lists the abv at 4.7%. The neck label has a brief description of the beer as well.
Appearance: The body has a hazy yellow color with an average two finger tall head of light soapy white lacing. This head quickly fades and makes very little in the way of lacing on the glass.
Smell: It has a heave nose of citrus orange and lemon peel with much lighter wheat malt underneath. Hop notes are very light and only add to the citrusy character.
Taste/Palate: On the palate it has a light slick texture with light carbonation. Its medium body has all the same flavor notes as noted in the aroma. It is big on citrusy notes. Mostly from the addition of bitter orange peel and a little bit from the hops. The hops add very little in the way of bitterness and only serve to bring some dryness to the still somewhat sweet finish.
Notes: Overall this seems like a good average Witbier.
agl108 (1307) - Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 27, 2010
On draft at Susquehanna Bank Center. Poured hazy golden with fizzy white head. Flavor of lemony zest, citrus fruits, and heavy on the coriander. Not special, but refreshing at least. tommeagher (222) - Jersey City, New Jersey, USA - JUN 18, 2010
A friend left this at my house and I was the lucky one. Haven’t been a huge Long Trail fan in the past, but I dig this one. Warm, golden tone, cloudy. Wheaty, dry, sweet with a nice citrus aroma. Delicious and clean without being overwhelming. Went great with sushi dinner. I recommend it.
Goodgrief (2088) - Middletown, Delaware, USA - JUN 8, 2010
On tap at Gas Oil Restaurant in Portsmouth, NH. Cloudy pale orange color, little head or lacing. Aroma and flavor were light citrus notes in a wheaty base. A slight tart zing finished this off. There were very little spicey notes in this one as it probably could have passed for an American Wheat. Ok. Niko100 (3014) - Chicago, New York, USA - JUN 2, 2010
Hazy pale straw color; Light to medium slightly creamy body; Aroma of wheat, & some citrus; Flavor of wheat, some yeast, citrus (notably lemon), and coriander; Fairly well balanced; Not bad overall. halfonit (1419) - Fall River, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 28, 2010
Pours a murky dark yellow color. Impressive. Aroma is of citrus, wheat, pepper, slight burnt rubber, and some hops in the background. Flavor is of lemon peels, some other citrus, slight hops/pine, and spices. It is either REALLY smooth or watered down tasting. Leaves a pleasant citrus finish. Very session-able. Tanker12 (173) - USA - MAY 4, 2010
From bottle at a bar in the Adirondacks. Light refreshing beer with hints of fruit. Not my favorite but defiantly a drinkable beer on a warm summers day jtclockwork (17941) - , New Jersey, USA - APR 30, 2010
Yellow lemon pour. Head dissipated in seconds. Lemon spice in the nose, faint hint of coriander. Lots of lemon peel in the nose. Very dominant. Some citrus.