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RATINGS: 312   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.13/5   SEASONAL: Spring   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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Belgian style white ales have a long history of unique ingredients, as brewers experimented with spices discovered during the spice trade. For our hazy brew we found a refreshing combination of crisp wheat, the tangy sweetness of tangerine & orange peel, and the subtle spiciness of coriander & grains of paradise. Cheers!

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2.8
Jrwhitney6 (500) - - JUL 7, 2014
Bottle from sampler. Nose of orange peel and lemon. Malt, with some lemon and some light hops on the finish. Kinda boring. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

2.7
JHeath99 (1679) - Warner Robins, Georgia, USA - JUL 3, 2014
Bottle from a sampler. Pours a hazy light amber with a thin layer of cream colored head. Aroma of malts and a hint of fruit. Taste of malts with a slight lemon hint.

3.2
pintbypint (3672) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUL 1, 2014
12oz brown bottle. Pours out golden and cloudy. Fluffy and creamy white cap. Nose has wheat and sharp lemon, light clove sweetness. Tastes of wheat, yeast and lemon and orange peel. Dry and wheaty finish with some yeast and a nice tangerine note. Light bodied with a slightly creamy mouthfeel. Enjoyable.

1.8
njnut (486) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - JUN 30, 2014
At a BBQ so red cup was only thing to use. Seemed a pale yellow with small white head. Aroma was lemon, cereal, hay. Taste was the same. Not impressed with this one. I’m finding Boston Beers offerings to be hit or miss and little in-between. Could it be that this was a offering for the masses? This seemed to be liked by those drinking the Corona.

2.7
1guywith_aboat (254) - phenix city, Alabama, USA - JUN 28, 2014
Aroma is lemon and grain. Pours a hazy golden orange color. Flavor is lemon, orage peel, spices, and wheat. Light, airy body.

3
reebtogi (6315) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 26, 2014
355ml bottle pours a slightly hazy golden color with a finger of white head that settles to reveal only a few spots of lacing on the glass. Aroma is orange zest with some hints of grains and yeast. Taste is a light spicy and citrus hop bitterness with a mild malty sweetness finishing with some dry and yeasty notes. A decent brew, but nothing memorable.

3.1
samsmith33 (772) - - JUN 25, 2014
Aroma...spice, nutmeg,orange, lemon. Cloudy yellow orange. Medium White head. Taste. ..orange, anise, wheat. a little watery. Feel, a little pasty, but not thick. Good beer. Not a true Belgian White, which is Not necessarily bad, Similar to Blue Moon Belgian White, with a bit more character.

3.4
generallee08 (773) - New York, USA - JUN 15, 2014
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12 ounce bottle into a pint glass. The label lists the abv at 5% and there is a short description of the beer. Appearance : It has a hazy old golden color with a tall white head. The head has good retention and lacing is ok. Smell: The nose has some mild spice and lemony citrus notes. Taste / Palate: Sams White Lantern has a smooth light palate with a light malt base, a hint a spice and a touch of citrusy bitterness.

2.9
beerbaaron (1998) - Arizona, USA - JUN 1, 2014
A mass appeal beer. Not a lot of character. some spice is there. ok. An easy drinker.

3.1
Jasond612 (282) - Phila, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 1, 2014
5/28/14. One of a variety of SA beers given to me by someone at work. Was a nice light crisp beer. Nothing spectacular but not bad. Light enough that I feel I Could drink it all day and not get drunk ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


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