ericcassidy (38) - Ohio, USA - DEC 30, 2009
Almost exactly like Hoegaarden, but slightly more dry. I really dig this one! drunkenbum84 (73) - kenosha, Wisconsin, USA - APR 16, 2005
Another excellent beer to come from the stevens point brewing company. Cloudy with just the right amount of citrus taste to it, my new favorite white bier. pmboy2000 (4) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 19, 2007 does not count
I love it, tasty, like the orange touch. This beer is the reason I became an alcoholic, lol Falconseye8 (542) - Evans, Colorado, USA - APR 28, 2004
I can say that this is not one of my favorite category’s to rate. Haven’t found anything really good to rate yet. You know what? I just found it. This is good. I have put off buying some of this for over a year not sure whether I would enjoy it. I really think its good. Kicks Zon’s ass in this rater’s opinion. I’m pleasantly suprised. You might be too. slothgar (39) - Wisconsin, USA - FEB 1, 2005
I love the cloudy beers! Not too cloudy though. Tastes of citrus, not overpowering. Only had this once at the Point premiere. Would try again.
Braudog (6710) - 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. ElGaucho (2401) - Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA - JAN 1, 2003
I first tried this brew at the Oshkosh Brews ’N Blues Festival this past summer and loved it for its refreshing, smooth taste, something I had yet to experience from the Belgian White style. It was served with a slice of orange which complemented it well. This time, in order to rate it purely on its own merits, I ditched the orange. Small, white head with fair lacing. Attractive, cloudy, light yellow color reminiscent of pineapple juice. Wheat flavor with pleasant finish. One of Point’s best. TAR (2760) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - MAY 23, 2003
Murky pear juice. Creamy layer of retentive white bubbles. Zesty orange, slightly musty aroma with underlying coriander, dough, melon, white grape, bubblegum, phenolic yeast traits, and a whisper of piney hop. Round, softly prickly carbonation. Filmy, yeasty palate. Starts with light pepper flares and faint coconut. Lightly metallic, earthy, lemon flavors abound underneath the inital coconut flares and faint coconut and cane sugar. Doughy, phenolic hop belches. The pepper, yeast, and citric notes are wonderfully balanced in the aroma. The finish is also nice, with subtle acidity and light pale maltiness. More malt emphasis in the middle would have added proper depth. The phenolic yeast traits complement the lightly phenolic Saaz with perfection. TheDean (786) - MIlwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 28, 2002
Had this beer for the first time at Summerfest this last year. After tasting this nectar of the gods there, I had to wait 3 months until it was available in bottles. Needless to say, on tap with a slice of orange in it, this is one of my top 3 beers (I’d raise it to about a 4.7)! It looses something out of a bottle, but is still a damn good beer. Jedsbrew (465) - Rhineland, Missouri, USA - JUN 20, 2003
What can I say concerning the color of this brew that hasn't already been said? Has a really fresh aroma and I can smell the coriander and orange. Fluffy head that dissipated rapidly, but with some lacing all the way down. Flavor is delicately spicy and slightly sour, with a light dryish finish, and I want another one.