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Brewed by De Graal
Style: Witbier
Brakel, Belgium
Serve in Tumbler, Weizen

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RATINGS: 172   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.25/5   EST. CALORIES: 204   ABV: 6.8%
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3.8
jamaty (2232) - Madrid, SPAIN - JUN 4, 2015
Pajiza turbia. Escasa espuma. Rico aroma, ligeramente cítrico y especiado. En boca, envuelto por carbonatación notable, pero no exagerado, un rico sabor con base de malta y equilibrio de lúpulo con sabor a naranja. Final más seco y especiado, que conserva el regusto de naranja dulce.... Buen cuerpo y muy cremosa. Es una cerveza muy sabrosa. Muy buena. Ahora bien... una witbier? Sorprendente... tiene muchas más características de belgian pale ale... y hasta de tripel. Merece ser probada.

2.9
Christos (5884) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - MAY 30, 2015
(Triverius 500) Stubby bottle 330 ml at home, served into a tumbler. ABV 6.8% Quite clear body, pale orange in colour, with a tall but thin white head on top. Low retentio. Aroma of old wheat, straw, orange peel underneath. The taste has orange peel, coriander, wheat, not much different than any other wit beer out there but this one tastes old while it’s not. Medium thin body, good carbonation, numbing feeling on the palate from the coriander. Nothing special.

2.8
TtV (465) - Nijmegen, NETHERLANDS - MAY 25, 2015
Bottle 33cl. Almost clearly yellow with a medium white head that stays for a while. Aroma is pretty standard white beer stuff: some yeast and malts. The taste is surprisingly spicy at first, then a rather dry white beer taste comes in. The spices return in the aftertaste. Nothing special.

3.5
Ysok02 (1763) - Mons, BELGIUM - MAY 23, 2015
Une blanche assez classique malgré au taux d’alcool assez élevé, le nez exprimer agrumes et épices et la bouche est à la fois ample et raffraîchissante.

3.1
JefVerstraete (3562) - Oosterzele, BELGIUM - MAY 11, 2015
Bottle from Klaas. Many thanks! Hazy golden colour, white foam. Aroma of banana, citrus and some spices. Sweet, light bitter finish. Easy drinkable. Ok beer.

3.4
BlackHaddock (7583) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - FEB 16, 2015
33cl bottle on 6th Feb 2015 in De Bierboom (Brugge), no mention of 500 on my label. I thought this grainy for a Witbier. Slight haze to the light golden pour, white head on top. Spices in the aroma with a yeasty, citrusy overtone, some sweet banana and bubblegum like esters in there too. The taste was leaning towards sweeter than the nose with grainy bread maltiness adding to the smells and traces found in the aroma. A bit sweet for a Witbier and more multi-grain than wheat. Nice though.

2.8
rlgk (18852) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - DEC 21, 2014
Bottle from Systembolaget Ulricehamn, Sweden. Named Blond Bitch Beer. Clear pale golden beer with a decent white head. Malty bready aroma, spicy, dough, some perfume. Perfume and spearmint flavor, grassy, caramel, menthol, some spices. A bit odd.

3.2
brnandersen (4068) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - DEC 13, 2014
33 cl. bottle poured in to a Weizen glass. Hazy, pale golden colour with a fine, fluffy white head. Spicy aroma with yeasts, citrus, coriander, banana and bubble gum. Taste is sweet. Medium body with a lively, tingling carbonation. Finishes rather sweet and rich for a Witbier with spices and wheat malts. A Witbier to the sweeter side. I prefer these a bit drier and lighter in alcohol.

3
Icedwarf (1761) - Etten-Leur, NETHERLANDS - OCT 31, 2014
Helder geel bier met weing schuim. Smaak is bitter hoppig en licht zuur. Lijkt niet erg op standaard witbier maar is erg goed. Blijft gemiddeld hangen.

3.1
Alengrin (5635) - BELGIUM - OCT 24, 2014
’Tarwedubbel’ named after a 16th-century scientist (if such a thing even existed back then) with a cream white, moussy, stable head and orangey golden blonde colour, hazy, even milky after adding the deposit. Aroma of fresh wheat sourishness, sweet bread, pear, peach, straw, ginger, coriander, vanilla, gingerbread. Malt sweetish onset, refreshing wheat sourishness, fruity, with some coriander and a drying finish with a hint of warming alcohol. The added spices are subdued in this - in fact, De Graal claims to use none at all. I’m convinced I found some coriander in this, however, but that could still be autosuggestion. Interesting.


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