Allagash “White” Belgian Witbier

      It won’t be long until Spring will be here and with it warmer weather! The grill comes out to play again and we will be spending more time outside in general. I have enjoyed all the big, bold brews that usually pair with winter, but it is time for a change! I don’t know about you, but I am ready for some lighter, but equally tasty brews! Just because a beer is light in color doesn’t mean it can’t be complex. A lot of folks may reach for Lagers, and Pilsners when it gets warm out. I personally find Hefeweizen’s, IPA’s, and Belgian Witbiers perfect for the spring and summer months. Although, out of those three styles I find Belgian Witbier to be the most complex at times. One Witbier I enjoy comes from Portland, Maine.
       AllagashWhite” Belgian Witbier pours a cloudy yellow, with a one finger white foamy head. The aroma gives off wisps of must, lemon, yeast and spice. The complex taste delivers notes of citrus, wheat, yeast, cloves, mace, and a very earthy quality. The mouthfeel is thin, and the finish is refreshingly light, fruity and clean. This is a brew that would pair well with warm weather and friends. The 5.5% ABV makes this a sessional beer that I recommend to anyone looking for a light but very tasty beer! Try a Belgian Wit Today. Here’s to Good Beers!
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2 Responses to Allagash “White” Belgian Witbier

  1. JayZeis says:

    I enjoy a Victory Prima Pils when the sun is scorching, but I really like to drink IPAs and sours (Jolly Pumpkin) while sitting on the deck or playing with the dog.

  2. BrewThusiast says:

    @JayZeis, Good Call on The Sours! I Love Jolly Pumpkin “La Roja”!

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