Stirring from the haze of winter, this refreshing unfiltered White Ale awakens its smooth wheat with the bright snap of spring spices.
Although generally brewed with high levels of both unmalted wheat and malted barley, the name Witbier actually translates to "White Beer" - referring to the cloudy and exceptionally pale color of the beer.
This beer is quite light in body and moderately high in carbonation, which compliments the fruity and spicy aromas and flavors. Common additions include orange peel, coriander, and other herbs or spices. Sometimes served with a lemon, this can hide some of the subtleties of the style.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, in a pint glass, beer mug, or tumbler.
If we had a frontman to our band of beers, it would be our Southern Wit. A Tennessee native with a charismatic, citrusy way of introducing itself, this unfiltered Belgian white ale packs venues with its high notes of tangerine, pear and honey! (Description provided by company)
This beer, inspired by the flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine, is a twist on the classic Belgian witbier style. Instead of the traditional coriander and orange peel spicing regimen, we add fresh lemongrass, ginger root, and a dash of Sorachi Ace hops.
Turn on, tune out, and drop into the groovy charms of this brew's flower power, murmuring words like "I dig it" with complete abandon.
The Cracker Cowboys of Florida were colonial-era settlers, often of Scots-Irish descent, who arrived in Florida when Spain traded their territory of La Florida to the English.
Our Wahoo Wheat is brewed with unfiltered, un-malted wheat and oats that give it a distinctive cloudy complexity.True to the Belgian tradition, this Witbier boasts a refreshing, citrusy flavor thanks to the orange peel and coriander we add to the boil.
Our Wahoo White is brewed with unfiltered, un-malted wheat and oats that give it a distinctive cloudy complexity. True to the Belgian tradition, this Witbier boasts a refreshing, citrusy flavor thanks to the orange peel and coriander we add to the boil.
Taking its cues from Belgian-style white ales, Bell's Winter White Ale offers a lighter yet abundantly flavorful alternative to the traditional heavy winter warmers.
The Yellowhammer take on the Belgian white is a little different. Instead of the more traditional hints of orange and coriander, the Yellowhammer white derives a hint of spice from Kaffir lime leaves and fresh ginger. A perfect beer on a hot day. (Description provided by company)
HEYDAY is an eminently pleasant Belgian-Style White Ale. Brewed with barley, oats and raw wheat, Heyday is uniquely flavorful for such an easy-drinking ale. With a slightly cloudy appearance and traditional yeast, it is a balanced, agreeable offering.