dpjuart (1112) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 19, 2008
(600) Growler pour. Pours hazy yellow with white head, rimming. Nose of orange and coriander, yeasty notes and grain. Taste is a grainy wheat with bitter and stringency, slight citrus and spicy notes, but are diminished. Didn’t hold up too well in the growler, and it’s less than a week old. Still pretty tasty and quaffable. Naka (719) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 15, 2008
Sampled from growler at IBC. Pours a pale straw yellow with a slight nectarine flesh tint. The head is frothy and white and leaves some nice lacing. Aroma has some sweet bubblegum with some peppery and grassy citrus. A little spicy herb too. Flavor is sort of grainy, but has a nice bitter / sweet balance. A lot of fruit with what is almost apricot in the finish. Very drinkable. DocLock (10721) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 6, 2005
Hazy light yellow pour with aroma of cloves, spices, orange zest, and some hopcit. Tastes and finishes dry, with a strong orangy zest coupled with cloves and dry spices. If you like wits, you’ll like this. Nate (4279) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 23, 2005
The spicier type of Belgian wit, with herbal grasses and peppery notes. Bitter citrus oil, funky barnyard tang, and just a bit of Band-aid. Cloudy milky yellow-amber. with thin lacing off-white head. Medium bodied with light-medium carbonation. Starts spicy and bitter, with a lot of yeasty chalkiness. Light citrus and banyard funk, but predominant taste is bitter herbal hops. This is not a Hoegaarden type of wit, much more bitter. Still, it’s high quality, refreshing, and comparable to many farmhouse wits I’ve had.