Get this on tap at the Vault in Jacksonville. Poured into a pint tumbler.
A: Very nice to look at. A nice glowing dark yellow, almost orange with a nice foamy white head. Has some debris floating around. Very good for the style.
S: Not a whole lot working here. Sweet wheat and citrus is all I find.
T: Taste is just above average. You got the sweet wheat with a touch of malt. The citrus of lemon and mostly orange work well here. The is a vague hops to give it just a very small bite, but barely worth mentioning.
M: Good medium carbonation that makes this beer almost creamy and buttery. Finishes with a cool citrus after taste.
D: Very. As far as a beer from a macro, this is a hit. A good brew that is very easy to get your hands on. Good beer for a six pack type of day.
Served In: Pint Glass
I caught you standing alone. Poured a hazy hefe-yellow color. Helped a little bit with a half swirl pour. Decent head but quickly hides to the edge of the glass
The smell is mostly citrus orange peel. Some wheaty notes and a like pepper aroma. Lighter malts are notable in the background. Some hints of Belgian yeast but mostly clean.
The taste is more along a fruity wit. A good wheat flavor up front with a non-discript malty note that lingers into the finish. A good citrus taste throughout the taste. A finish with a slight peppery taste. Not much of yeast and very smooth to drink. The body is light and very easy to drink.
The body is moderate, a touch sweet for style. Carbonation is good. Overall a bit fruity for style but still good.
Served In: Bottle
Pours into my wine glass with a frothy, quarter finger thick, large bubbled off-white colored head. The beer is a hazy, amber-gold color. The aroma smells of grassy coriander with a backdrop of citrus that becomes more prominent as I take subsequent draughts of the aroma. As the beer warms up the aroma begins to remind me of watered down orange juice.
Lightly sweet tasting with lots of coriander flavors, a touch of grassy grain and some cracker like malt notes. The citrus flavors are noticeable up front and move to a prickly, carbonic tasting, peppery carbonation that is pretty substantial. The carbonation is actually a bit too much, but some aggressive swirling brings it down to a more manageable level. Somehow the citrus character here starts to become more of a washed out orange juice like flavor than a bright citrus oil note that I would prefer. This is pretty light bodied, enough so that the initial carbonation made it seem a bit too fizzy.
Not bad, but seems fairly boring for a Wit. I was honestly expecting a bit more from this beer; more fermentation complexity would definitely be appreciated.
Served In: Goblet
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