A: Very pale straw with a haze. Small fluffy and delicate foal with medium retention.
S: Very lemony, wheaty, and yeasty spiciness. Hard to detect the coriander in the nose. Very, very fresh scent.
T: Wow, the most refeshing beer I've had in a while. Initial impression is that it will be spicy and sour, but that fades immediately into this awesome lemony and orangey that light in the right way. Not really sweet, but not sour yeasty. Medium carbonation.
O: I've not always been a big fan of Wit's, this changed my mind. This is very tasty beer, light and fresh without being wimpy. And I like the abv of 5.0% is also a nice touch, versus some others in the genre that come in with low fuel. very nice work.
Appearance: Hazy straw possible yeast sediment floating in beer. Thin white head over most of beer, super tight bubbles clings heavily to edge of glass.
Aroma: LEMON. Heavy lemon with Belgium Yeast.
Taste: Coriander and orange, with lemon tartness, complicated but nothing is over powering. Super clean, crisp, carbonation bite in the end. Genuinely refreshing. Great beer.
I was told my review is to boring.
I love this beer. Nothing sour, nothing over bearing. The coriander/orange combination is one of my favorite flavor profiles. I give extra points just for getting that flavor profile in a beer. The clarity of it, the crispness- it's so clean and refreshing. I'm going to try and clone this beer.
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