oc4111 (119) - USA - SEP 21, 2012
3.3 AROMA 5/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 15/20
Pours a hazy almost yellow color with some light lacing. At first this tasted like a saison. I was getting the coriander, spices, and orange peel taste I come to expeft from most witbiers. Near the end those flavors did make an appearance. Decent witbier but may not be my go to.
rami_pl (2612) - Warszawa, POLAND - FEB 9, 2017
3.7 AROMA 8/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 8/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 15/20
Rami Rami is drinking a Witch’s Wit (2015) by The Lost Abbey at Muzeum Azji i Pacyfiku
Malo witowy, malo kolendry, sporo ciala, ma banany, czuc jakies miodowe rzeczy, brzoskwinie, cytrusy (wtf?), gozdziki czy galka...
madmitch76 (23681) - , Essex, ENGLAND - FEB 4, 2017
3 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 6/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 11/20
10th October 2008
GABF. Bottle pour. Hazy amber beer, dry and crisp. Subtle fruits dominated by banana esters. Slightly spicy finish. Okay.
MelvinKalksma (1300) - NETHERLANDS - NOV 19, 2016
4 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 5/5 TASTE 8/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 16/20
Medium aroma of malts, caramel, wheat, honey, orange, bread, hops, citrus and spices.
Turbid/opaque yellow/golden beer with medium yeast and with a medium white head.
Starts medium/heavy sweet with malts, caramel, wheat, honey and orange; ends slightly bitter and dry with bread, hops, citrus and spices.
This beer is intense, complex and balanced. Amazing appearance, being almost fully opaque and having a decent steady head. The aroma could have been stronger. Great flavour, especially for its abv. Really makes that list of extra ingredients work.
gyllenbock (8537) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - SEP 30, 2016
3.2 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 13/20
Sample at SBWF 2016.
Hazy orange with a small white head. Aroma of citrus, wheat and light yeast. Similar taste. Soft and easy to drink.
ansalon (3392) - Stockholm, SWEDEN, SWEDEN - SEP 29, 2016
3.5 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 15/20
Pours hazy orange with a low white head. Aromas of citrus, hay, wheat, lemongrass, cucumber, gooseberry, slight funk. Taste is herbal and floral with some fruity notes. Mouthfeel is light bodied with medium carbonation.
Borup (13113) - Albertslund, DENMARK - SEP 11, 2016
3.4 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 14/20
75 cl. bottle. Hazy orange colour with a white head. Aroma and flavour of yeast, spice, fruit, wheat, coriander and oranges.
Stuu666 (11940) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 10, 2016
3.6 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 15/20
Bottle in the hotel. Pours golden orange, nose is spiced, floral, sugary, taste is similar, sweet honey,
SteveOrz85 (239) - Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 30, 2016
4 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 5/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 17/20
From large cork and cage bottle. Served in fancy pint glass. Beer is very hazy golden color. Two finger fluffy white head. Very little lacing. Aroma of yeast and orange zest. Taste is crisp with a nice mouth feel. Notes of orange peel and some light yeast esters. Light to medium bodied beer. Average carbonation. Over all an enjoyable warm weather beer.
OldMrCrow (2431) - Seattle, Washington, USA - AUG 28, 2016
3.9 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 8/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 16/20
Bomber shared with Jacob.
I waited way too long to try this one. I’m not usually a huge wit fan because I don’t like the heavy esters, but this one doesn’t have them. In their place, a superbly drinkable explosion of dry rustic flavor. Yikes--I need more!
GarrettB (1535) - San Diego, California, USA - AUG 1, 2016
3.3 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 2/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 14/20
August 1st, 2014 - The Witch’s Wit sits with a somber calmness, like the town hag, forced to listen to petulant peasants preach on about ineffective folk cures and the piousness of stupidity. And the smell is musty, old, with cobwebs, wet hay, and glue. There’s also an pastoral note, featuring wheat and butter, as well as the clean scent of cauliflower. Smelling both young and old, it is hard to tell which one the Witch’s Wit is, not unlike the Red Witch of Game of Thrones fame. The flavor is modestly tangy, and conjures a wonderful transmogrification of flavors from the foretaste to the aftertaste. Witness, at the beginning, those floating notes of wheat and grain, and gasp in horrified rapture as those turn into sassafras and root beer notes, getting louder and louder, until they suddenly disappear (or disapparate, as the Harry Potter inclined would say) into oblivion.