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Review by everetends on 11/09/09  
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
60 2 7 12 3 6 0
Old Review
Get this at the Grub Mart in J'ville. 12oz poured into a pint tumbler.

A: Poured a light orange, hazy, cloudy with debris. Had a good sized, white fizzy head that was there for a little while.

S: Lots of citrus, grains and floral hops.

T: Lemon, orange, yeast, grains, a tinge of hops.

M: A little thin with some crisp carbonation. Refreshing.

D: Very drinkable, I have no problem with this beer. Its ok, nothing great

Served In: Pint Glass

Review by Oxymoron on 09/03/09  
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
64 3 7 12 4 6 2009
What you scared to call it a wit? Pours a mostly cloudy straw yellow color with definite lighter orange hues throughout. A soft pour leaves a soft white head with good head retention and lacing through the full tasting.

The nose is limited on a wit beer scale. Some malty undertones with noticeable wheat spicy aromas. Some stale and aged notes with more of a off malt note. Some minor wit notes with a light citrus aroma and some pepper notes but really soft. Would have liked more of both. Mostly a clean yeast aroma same boat here, would like more esters. More of a US wheat than wit.

The taste is closer on par than then nose. The wheat comes out nicely with a distinct spice note and a light biscuit backing leaving a flour like finish. The citrus, like the nose is lacking. Some hints of orange but light. The spice notes come out though, with a light pepper finish. Some perfume notes that are a bit harsh and don't quite mesh well. Some clove notes which don't fit to style.

The body is closer to moderate than light. Some chewiness from the wheat notes. Carbonation is light for style but still good. Overall there are some nice malt notes, but in the end the limited yeast and citrus notes are just lacking.

Served In: Pint Glass

Review by seaoflament on 07/15/09  
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
62 3 6 12 3 7 2009
Had this one on tap last night at La Bella Pizza. Thanks for the pour, Danny.

The beer was a slightly hazy peach-flesh yellow with an inch of rapidly descending white head.

Couldn't get much out of the aroma, it was very subtle. What I was able to get from it were some grainy scents, honey, light spices, and a bit of coriander.

The taste started out with that grainy characteristic I picked up in the aroma. Then the flavor turned to lemon, orange peel, and coriander. Sweet wheat flavors in the finish with a tangy and some herbal notes. Kind of bland as well. Moderate to high carbonation at times, pretty easy on the palate. Easy to drink too. Not a bad beer but very boring.

Served In: Pint Glass

Review by Westside Threat on 03/04/08  
Score Appearance Smell Taste Mouthfeel Overall Impression Year
76 2 11 16 2 7 2008
A: Pours a dull and cloudy apricot colored brew. Some bubbles are introduced from an unknown section in the glass and float freely to the top. The head consists of a medium sized mass of snowy white bubbles.

S: Smells great. Fresh Belgian yeast, cotton candy, coconut milk, vanilla and cream. Very sensual.

T: The flavor is much lighter than the smell would lead on, but still balanced and refreshing. First sensation is mineral water with just the right amount of seasonings to enhance the flavor but not over power it. After the swallow, a gentle splash of lemon comes through but it quickly over taken by the yeastiness. Spices again come forth with coriander and nutmeg being the most identifiable. Finishes with a grainy aftertaste that goes away after the second sip.

M: Light bodied with a hard mouthfeel.

D: Quite an enjoyable white ale. Totally balanced, refreshing and not cloying. It doesn’t have any features that pushes it in the stratosphere above the other white beers of the world, but sometimes being consistent and drinkable is the right way to go

Served In: Tulip

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