Wit-style beers differ from other wheat beers in that they are often spiced, with coriander, orange peel, or anything else that compliments the natural citrus taste of wheat beer. This, I think, leaned heavier towards the spice, and not enough to the citrus. That, of course, is a personal preference, so take this review with a grain of salt. Others may love the spicey flavor (because it's certainly prominent), and fall in love with this. If you like a spiced Wit, grab it, you'll enjoy it. Naturally, like any Wit, it's perfect for summer.
Reviewed: July 04, 2007
The best thing to grab while sulking after a failed home improvement project is a good beer. Something that will, for a little while at least, take you away from the abject failure. This wasn't it. After every sip, while waiting to be taken away, I keep thinking, "What an odd taste." Not exactly the place I wanted to be taken away to. Not a bad beer by any means, but it had the misfortune to be the first one I grabbed in this situation.
Reviewed: February 23, 2008