About the Witbier

The Belgian Witbier dates back four centuries and all but vanished by the 1950s. The style was revived at Hoegaarden and its popularity has grown during the modern craft beer movement. The wheat ale ranges in color from pale straw to gold and has moderate alcohol strength. Its feel is dry and slightly creamy with a medium-light to medium body. Effervescent from high carbonation. Light bready malt with little to no hop bitterness. Bright orange citrus flavor typically spiced with coriander.

Mango Wit is a Belgian-style Witbier by Proof Brewing Co. that blends doughy bread and juicy mango with tart orange, apple, and clove.

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Samuel Adams Cold Snap is a Belgian-style Witbier brewed by the Boston Beer Company that blends orange peel and spiced with coriander and pepper.

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Winter White Ale, a Belgian-style Witbier by Bell’s Brewery, Inc. blends banana, clove, and citrus with vanilla and creamy wheat.

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Blanche De Chambly, a Belgian-style Witbier by Unibroue blends tangy citrus, fruity banana, and spices in a creamy wheat base.

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Estrella Inedit Damm, a Belgian-style Witbier by Damm S.A. is light and refreshing with grassy hops, bright citrus, spices, and grainy wheat.

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Red & White Christmas is a Witbier by De Proef Brouwerij and Mikkeller ApS that’s hoppy and warm with pine, citrus, toasty bread, spices, and booze.

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Santastique is a Belgian-style Witbier brewed by To Øl that blends spices, noble hops, orange and lemon citrus with creamy wheat.

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Gold & Haze of Piracy, a Belgian-style Witbier by Pirate Republic Brewing Company that’s sour with lemon; spiced with pepper and coriander.

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Lava Lake Wit, a Belgian-style Witbier by Crazy Mountain Brewing Company lacks in appearance and feel, sinking this brew.

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Wittekerke is a Belgian Witbier by De Brabandere that presents well with flavors of citrus, yeast, and spice atop a wheat base.

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