jsnaves613 (1) - California, USA - JAN 13, 2018 does not count
UPDATED: JAN 14, 2018 I was a little disappointed with this selection. Overall it wasn't awful, I was hoping for a white ale not so saturated with citrus. Still a very drinkable beer. Oscbert (1333) - Lincoln, California, USA - DEC 16, 2017
Light aroma of bread, corriander, lemony orange citrus and vanilla.
Pours a murky light orange color with small white head.
Refreshing flavors of citrus, vanilla coriander and bready notes, light spicing.
Light bodied with medium high co2, lingering spicy notes.
Very enjoyable Wit bier. Easy to drink and very flavorful.
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A wonderful white with a fall seasonal flavor. If you have a hankering for an Allagash White, this is a decent replacement.
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Can. Pours hazy blonde. Aroma and flavor are banana, wheat, clove, light floral notes, and some lemon zest. Light/medium body. nihtila (3998) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 10, 2017
Backlog. From can. Nose is light spices, light citrus and wheat. Tastes light spices, light sweetness, wheaty malts.
blackisle (2889) - Amsterdam IJburg, NETHERLANDS - SEP 29, 2017
Can 12fl.oz. @home poured into a tumbler. Murky pale golden, small fizzy quickly dissipating off-white head, minimal lacing; aroma wheat, white bread, notes of lemon, coriander and yeast, hay; fruity taste, light sweet and bitter, wheaty, bready, citrus, herbal notes, retronasal coriander; mild sweet bitter aftertaste, lingering fruity and spicy notes; light body, watery texture, average carbonation; refreshing, quite decent despite the looks. jdcolvin (1) - - JUL 25, 2017 does not count
Town Hall - San Francisco - very good white ale Jen liked it too - very nice
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Murky, pale golden yellow color with a big head of soapy white foam. Definitely get the navel orange juice and coriander in the forefront. The unfiltered nature brings some yeasty banana peel that only the Belgian styles can inspire. mkel07 (6545) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUN 9, 2017
030517. Can from Dan Murphy’s. This was part of a pack so you could not but it separately which is a shame. Aroma is a bit on the spicey side with some citrus also in there. Light and hazy when poured into the glass and refreshing in the mouth. Zingy peppery finish is nice. KeefOz (1948) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - MAY 1, 2017
Poured a hazy pale straw colour with a one-finger bright white open foam head that diminished very quickly and laced very poorly. carbonation initially high, lively and fine but went virtually flat very quickly. Aroma of Belgian yeast, spices/cloves and wheat. Taste is quite sweet citrus plus cloves and hints of pepper; becomes more typical witbier as it warms. Light body, thin and bordering on watery. Crisp and smooth with a sweet short finish.