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RATINGS: 340   WEIGHTED AVG: 3/5   EST. CALORIES: 143   ABV: 4.76%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
White Biere is brewed with white wheat and wheat malt, rolled oats, Hallertau and Saaz hops, a Belgian yeast strain and flavored with Curacao orange peel and coriander.

Formerly known as Point White Bière.

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2.9
delmecum (87) - Western Illinois, Illinois, USA - SEP 4, 2005
Thin white head with a very light golden color. A little sour taste with a touch of orange in the back side. It seemed a bit watery.

2.6
robertsreality (2460) - Minnesota, USA - AUG 11, 2005
Yellow with Big White Frothy Head. Skank Aroma. Sweet and Wheaty Aroma. Coriander and Light Skunky Malt on the Tongue. Overall, Light and Uneventful, But Certainly Drinkable. Actually One of Their Better Brews.

2.6
TipsyMcStager (1139) - Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 4, 2005
Spicy yeast aroma reminiscent of Hoegarrden. Pours a golden yellow, carbonated, weak head. Fruity flavours similar to a hefe. Palate is a little thicker than expected. Weak finish. Give me a good reason to pay premium for this.

3.6
NeonLX (261) - Wisconsin, USA - AUG 2, 2005
UPDATED: JUN 14, 2007 I’m really kicking myself for waiting so long to try this beer. From a 12-oz. bottle, it pours a slightly cloudy pale straw color with a large, long-lasting white head. Noticeable clove and spice in the aroma. Initial taste is moderately malty with a quick dose of clove and coriander. Very slight orange peel taste in the background. Light and effervescent mouthfeel. Very good summer beer and for my tastes, much better than Blue Moon. Low purchase price is a real bonus.

4.2
Braudog (6906) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - JUL 22, 2005
Very hazy, very pale with a stark white foam. Nice spicy aroma. Well flavored -- definite corriander. Well done and to style, if maybe a bit Americanized with more carbonation and head. Good.

2.8
twindadplus2 (743) - Wisconsin, USA - JUL 20, 2005
12 oz. bottle. Poured medium yellow with some haze (though not as much as I expected) and a big fizzy head that actually hung around for a while. Aroma is lemon grass with some cloves and a peppery hit of wheat. Peppery, acidic wheat flavor with a bit of clove. Mouth feel is thin and tingly. Not bad but I really had a hard time picking out the orange peel, coriander or anything else but the wheat.

3.5
shrubber85 (11710) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - JUL 4, 2005
Bottle. Banana, bubblegum and cloves aroma. Light golden yellow with light cloudiness and little head. Slightly sweet clove, banana, and orange flavors. Very good - stands up to the best Belgian witbiers.

2.4
jaymobrown (1845) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JUL 2, 2005
Light hazy color. Pilsner style nose with a hint of lemon. White peppper, semi-bitter, kind of sour taste. Sub-par product with a dressed-up macro style trying to be a craft beer.

3.2
KUEric (979) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - JUN 7, 2005
UPDATED: JUN 16, 2005 Bottle: Orange peel, flowers and vanillla aromas. It pours a nice hazy golden color with pretty nice lacing, but no head. Has a malty front, thin backed taste. No particular flavor is overly noticable although bannana and clove.

2.9
JoshuaB (476) - Detroit, Michigan, USA - JUN 3, 2005
I was expecting more from this beer. pretty bland all around. Poured a rather clean yellow with some sediment. Not much in the way of fizz, but there was a slight head throughout. This beer shouldnt be this acidic. Not much in the way of orange, but the clove was overbearing. It did have an interesting bite to it, but the metallic aftertaste left things to be desired. It was only 5.99 for a sixer, so not a bad brew for the price I suppose.


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