SrSilliGose (3332) - pouring bus, New Brunswick, CANADA - AUG 12, 2010
bottle. pours a hazy, creamy, bright yellow with a frothy white head. aroma of lemongrass, wheat. very crisp. additional layer of pear skins, and light lactic acid. taste of bright bready wheat toast as well as watery, bready yogurt sourness. well carbonated. solid. well made. super refreshing. sure seems a lot more like a berliner weiss than a belgian white. would drink regularly. tight beer. cubs (10714) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - OCT 17, 2011
Bottle with Doodler and Co. Thanks everyone! Milky, cloudy, light yellow appearance with a white head. Lemon citrusy, yeasty, spicy coriander, orange peel, aroma. Lemon spritzy, spicy yeasty, citrusy tart, orange peel, moderately sour flavor. I’d love to drink this all day. Nice job! after4ever (8025) - Mukilteo, Washington, USA - APR 28, 2010
750, capped. Pours a fully cloudy light golden amber with a surging, pillowy, creamy platinum blond head that sticks around through pour after pour, even still showing some stringy lace and ring of head at the very last. Big orange and light lemon nose, a little bit of dark spice. A very clean and bright wit even with the spice. Creamy, almost pulpy medium body with active carb that fades as it warms and breathes. Very bright and mildly acidic mid-palate, lots of fruity flavor, plenty of tangy zest and a little bit of wheat tartness and dark spice in the background. Refreshing, tons of flavor for the abv, and a pleasure to drink. theisti (4205) - Kansas, USA - MAR 11, 2011
750 ml bottle sent to me by bvc. Pour is a quite hazed yellow golden with a 2 inch white head. Nose initiailly is a touch of skunk, though that clears quick, along with lemon and lemongrass behind the citurs. Fresh and soft nose. Taste is really gentle wheat grain, lemon citrus, and mineral earthiness - overall really fresh and bright. Palate is medium bodied, light prickly carbonation, crisp finish that is really superbly drinkable. Thanks Brandon, nice one.
changeup45 (1731) - Lake Mary, Florida, USA - SEP 4, 2011
This pours a clear golden color with a big fluffy white head. The second pour was hazy as hell though, even trying to pour slowly leaving the yeast. The aroma is lemon, wheat, yeast, barnyard funk, very light spice, hay. It’s very nice. The flavors are light and fruity with a gentle palate cleansing tartness. Fairly dry and a touch woody, almost a little like a white wine character. No real funky flavors here where I thought that was presented in the aroma. It’s very refreshing and drinkable and the dry clean tart flavors really make me crave another sip. There is some very light spice, showing as a little peppery. But it’s easy to miss and I find I like it that way versus the over-spiced American Wits and Saisons where the spice notes are the main flavor. This is a really nice light summer beer. A unique Wit to me and one I could easily go back to often if it were available locally.
chuckstout (336) - Washington, USA - SEP 15, 2013
Aroma of wheat, floral, earth. Pours clear light golden color with a big pillowing white head with excellent lacing. Spritzy dry mouthfeel and very slight sweetness light bitterness. Pretty tasty!