Belgian-Style White (or Wit)/Belgian-Style Wheat

Real Ale White Beer

Beer Style - Weizen
Self-Defined Style: 
Weizen
Strength (ABV): 
4.5% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
25 IBU

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Wachusett Strawberry White Ale

Brewed By: 
Wachusett
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian style white ale brewed with Strawberries
Strength (ABV): 
4.8% ABV
Color (SRM): 
5º L
Bitterness (IBU): 
12 IBU

Wachusett Strawberry White is a traditional Belgian-style ale. They use traditionl Belgian yeast for complex spicy notes and 160 pounds of strawberries per batch to calm those spicy notes with the great taste of strawberries. This brew has a great strawberry aroma and a fruit flavor that is subtly tart and refreshing; not at all overly sweet.

Best With: 
Salads, mild cheeses, fruit dishes.

Triple Voodoo Witopia

Product - Triple Voodoo Witopia
Brewed By: 
Triple Voodoo Brewing
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian-Style Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
5.5% ABV

Witopia is a Belgian style Witbier brewed with a generous portion of wheat and spiced with coriander and orange peel. This beer is fruity, refreshing and has a nice earthy tone.

Best With: 
Salads, fruit, lighter fare, goat cheese

Neshaminy Creek Neshaminator

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Self-Defined Style: 
Wheat Bok

The Neshaminator – This is our take on a German wheat bock, but with a small twist. We brew this 8.5% holiday offering with orange blossom honey and keeping true to the style, over 50% wheat along with dark Munich malt, a hint of Chocolate malt, and German Hallertau and Tettnanger hops. While most German bock beers named with the ‘-or’ ending are traditional double bock lagers, we decided to break from tradition a bit with not only the name of this beer, but the use of orange blossom honey as well. Prost!

Real Ale Brewer's Cut Witbier

Beer Style - Witbier
Self-Defined Style: 
Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
4.5% ABV

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Lake Placid Wolf Jaw Wit

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Brewed By: 
Lake Placid
Self-Defined Style: 
Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
5.5% ABV

This is a Belgian Style Wheat beer. It is pale yellow in color and delicate in flavor. It is lightly hopped, not at all bitter, and spiced with dried Curacao Orange Peel and Coriander. It is brewed with 41% Unmalted Wheat, a small amount of oats, and the remainder malted barley. It is lightly hopped in order to let the flavors of the wheat, yeast and spices come through. It is fermented with an authentic Belgian yeast strain, which creates some very unique fruity wild yeast flavors. Overall this is a very delicate beer with a complex flavor profile of various fruits and spices.

Best With: 
Cheese (peppery; Monterey / Pepper Jack, tangy; Brick, Edam, Feta) General (Salad) Meat (Poultry, Fish, Shellfish)

Flying Dog Big Black Wit (Brewhouse Rarities)

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Brewed By: 
Flying Dog
Self-Defined Style: 
Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
7.0% ABV

Ale brewed with orange peel, grapefruit feel and coriander.
Brewhouse Rarities.

Best With: 
Cheese (peppery; Monterey / Pepper Jack, tangy; Brick, Edam, Feta) General (Salad) Meat (Poultry, Fish, Shellfish)

Fisherman’s Great Wit WhAle

Brewed By: 
Cape Ann / Fisherman's
Self-Defined Style: 
Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
6.3% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
16 IBU

Witbier or white beer is a top fermented wheat beer originating from Belgium and the Netherlands. This light and refreshing beer is brewed with coriander and bitter orange peel, offering a light hop kick at the finish. In our opinion, it’s a perfect beer to enjoy under the sun with friends.

Malts: Pilsner, Wheat, Flaked Oats
Hops: East Kent Golding, Czech Saaz

Tap Room 21 Belgian White

Beer Style - Witbier
Brewed By: 
Tap Room 21
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
5.4% ABV

Ommegang Double White

Product - Ommegang Double White keg sticker
Brewed By: 
Ommegang
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Witbier
Strength (ABV): 
6.6% ABV

2013 BELGIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY DOUBLE WHITE

Belgian White or Wit beers area a traditional classic of Belgium. This iconic style was once almost completely forgotten until brewer Pierre Celis revitalized the style in the mid-1960s. Traditionally brewed with a moderate ABV and spiced with coriander, we have decided to put a twist on a classic for this special occasion.

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