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RATINGS: 156   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.93/5   SEASONAL: Summer   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Redhook’s twist on the Belgian style is the addition of fresh ginger, which adds a refreshing snappiness to this lighter-bodied wheat beer. Redhook Wit is perfect for warm summer months of outdoor BBQ-ing, sitting by the pool, or just taking a break by hanging inside enjoying the AC and watching old re-runs of Gilligan’s Island.

"Made with ginger but still digs Mary Ann."

Formerly ’Redhook Wit’

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3.1
tennessejed420 (940) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 19, 2011
pours a hazy yellow with fluffy off white head. Aroma is wheat, sourdough, soft spices. Flavor is wheat, not sweet here, and I can see the ginger although I don’t know if I could have without knowing first. It is subtle and not overdone, which is nice. You are left with a taste of it on the finish. Medium bodied, refreshing. Overall a nice drier wit, nothing extraordinary, but enjoyable.

2.8
dwyerpg (6454) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - JUN 17, 2011
Had this near the end of the wedding reception and I remember it not being that great, which, when drunk, says something. Just overly wheaty for me, but not too bad in the aroma.

2.4
SudsMcDuff (8523) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - JUN 15, 2011
The film received negative reviews, but what do you know.. Pours a murky orange, medium foam, high lacing .. . I’m not teaching our cadets how to use a wok. .. light banana, mild light spice, and dirty grains .. . pretty thin, and weak- but refreshing so .. .


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3.6
taphandle (1135) - Texas, USA - JUN 7, 2011
Hazy and light yellow with a good head of fine bubbles. Slight spice aroma with the taste of lots of lemony citrus with spice behind it. There’s a touch of bitterness and it seems quite dry. A good summer beer.

3.2
cubs (10721) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - MAY 27, 2011
Bottle @ home. Banana yellow-orange, cloudy appearance with a white head. Belgian yeast, wheat, lemon, citrus fruits, banana in the nose that’s slightly spicy. Quite wheat malty, yeasty, bready, banana, citrus fruity flavor that’s slightly more bitter than most Witbiers. Light ginger, fairly high carbonation. Probably would be a refreshing beer on a hot summer day but it’s an average Witbier in my mind.

3.6
poisoneddwarf (2668) - Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, USA - MAY 23, 2011
12 oz bottle into tumbler. Bought at a local supermarket. Pours a super cloudy pale yellow with a small white collapsing head; leaves a thin blanket of foam and some lace. Aroma is spicy, grainy. I seem to smell cinnamon and Belgian yeast, although it’s all pretty faint. Taste is mostly sweet with a hint of tartness and no bitterness. The ginger is noticeable in flavor; also has a hint of clove. Carbonation is pretty high, body is medium, mouthfeel is creamy. This is perfect for summer. As a side note, I love the new Redhook bottles. Stylish and stubby!

3.4
Reid (2649) - Salem, Oregon, USA - MAY 20, 2011
6 pack from Roths store,Keizer OR. $6.99
Lovely hazy yellow beer, with a great ,rocky,creamy white head.
Aroma, slightly spicy a touch of ginger and slight wheatiness. Nice.
Taste is very clean..maybe too clean, but after a while nice wheat hints, spice and at the end a nice touch of ginger.
Very nicely done carbonation leads to a nice smooth yet spritzy mouthfeel.
Overall another simple beer, but will be delightful in the heat of the summer.


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