A true Belgian-style witbier (wheat beer), with coriander and citrus aromas and a light, fruity taste and light herbal notes. Bottle conditioned, this beer has a distinctive candied orange nose, a spicy richness and a lingering bitterness.
- A light, golden witbier
- Light, frothy head that lingers
- Edgy and refreshing, with a citrusy nose and spicy notes with a lingering bitterness
Rob Heyns's Tasting Notes:
This is one of my favourite beers of 2013, and a great one for a round up of the Best Of 2013. It’s a great example of a Belgian Wit and has big notes of lemon, sweet orange peel and coriander. It is possibly a big beer to pair well, but my suggestion would have to be crayfish as the light subtle flavours and rich, creamy mouthfeel of the crayfish go well with the citrus and coriander additions. It is such a big beer that it works in well in both summer and winter.