Witbier

5 Rabbit 5 Lizard Latin-Style Witbier

5 Rabbit 5 Lizard Latin-Style Witbier

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What looks like a standard Wit, turns out to have a great deal of flare.  When poured, this beer possesses a fluffy egg-shell white head atop a hazy straw-golden liquid.  There is a good deal off yeast at the bottom so make sure you swirl the bottle well before finishing the pour.  It will provide […] ... [Read more]

Two Brothers Monarch White Beer

Two Brothers Monarch White Beer

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Monarch White is an anniversary seasonal brewed by Two Brothers in one small batch every Spring. It figures among a seasonal lineup of Dog Days Lager (Summer), Heavy Handed IPA (Fall), and Northwind Imperial Stout (Winter). I was given my bottle of Monarch White as a gift from my brother-in-law … while it is a […] ... [Read more]

Michigan Brewing Celis White

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This summer I had high hopes of writing many beer reviews. With this summer coming to a close, I have not even come close to achieving this goal. Today, I am being disciplined to review a beer that I’ve been waiting for a few weeks to get around to reviewing. It’s a beer from one […] ... [Read more]

Samuel Adams Blackberry Witbier

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I picked up a Summer seasonal pack of Sam Adams (who by the way redesigned their website) the other day and finally got around to opening up a bottle. My first beer of choice was their Blackberry Witbier which was selected over as the 2008 winner of the Beer Lover’s Choice award over a Coffee […] ... [Read more]

Ommegang Witte

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Question: What should someone do on a Saturday after completing some chores? Answer: Sit back and relax with a cold beer! That is what I find myself doing right now. I’m enjoying Ommegang’s Witte and Belgian-style Wit bier. As I’ve stated before, I like most wheat beers. I do prefer the American and Belgian varieties […] ... [Read more]

Wittekerke Beer

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Wittekerke is a Belgian witbier brewed by Brouwerij Bavik (Bavik Brewery). “Wittekerke” is derived from the Flemish “witte” and “kerke,” meaning “white church.” Wittekerke’s local claim to fame is its ties to a popular soap opera on Flemish television, which regards an imaginary small town called Wittekerke. In the show, the local beer served is […] ... [Read more]

Unibroue Blanche de Chambly

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I was eager to try this witbier from Quebec because it is refermented in the bottle. This beer is the first one brewed by the young Canandian brewery, Unibroue, that has only been around since 1992. According to my reading, refermentation is the same process referred to “bottle conditioning” in England. This is the practice […] ... [Read more]

Bud Light Golden Wheat

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The commercials are better than the beer! You’ve maybe seen Budweiser’s campaign to capture another audience. On TV the bottle of BL (male) meets the grains of wheat (female) and they start a relationship. Provocative marketing out does the product. I drank a six pack to make sure that I didn’t jump to any conclusions […] ... [Read more]

Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat

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I get the feeling that a lot of craft beer enthusiasts like to look down on Jacob Leinenkugel. While the familiar Wisconsin-based brewer is far from the girth of stainless commercial giants like MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch, it seems like people grade it lower than the Dogfish Heads and Three Floydses when they’re hamming it up […] ... [Read more]

Blue Moon Belgian White

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Yes, I know this is one of Americas trendiest craft beers…you know, with the slice of orange hanging onto to the side of the glass. Actually that orange is supposed to accentuate the flavor of this beer because orange peel is one of its unique ingredients. Anyway, I don’t care what anybody says, this beer […] ... [Read more]