Witbier

Vintage Crimson Crossing

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Crimson Crossing is crafted with the juice of Merlot grapes and wheat for intersecting notes of black cherries and raspberries with a smooth finish.

White Lantern

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White ales have a long history of unique ingredients, as Belgian brewers experimented with spices discovered during the spice trade. For this hazy brew, the Samuel Adams brewers created a refreshing combination of crisp wheat, the tangy sweetness of tangerine and orange peel, and the subtle spiciness of coriander and Grains of Paradise.

White Christmas

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Boston Beer Company believes that a special time of year calls for a special brew. This brew combines the crispness of a white ale with the warmth of familiar holiday spices as it is made with Spalt Spalter Noble hops and a German pils malt.

White

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Point Belgian White is a smooth refreshing and distinctive beer brewed in the tradition of Belgian Style White Ales. Our recipe boasts the finest barley and wheat malts, white wheat, rolled oats, and Noble Hallertau and Saaz hops -- naturally flavored with a hint of Curacao orange peel and coriander. The result is a light-bodied beer renowned for its signature golden-white haze. Try it with an orange slice.

Belgian White

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Blue Moon Belgian White is a witbier that has a zesty orange frutiness iwth a light spicy wheat aroma. The flavor starts crisp and tangy and ends with a coriander and orange spiciness. The Valencia orange peel then gives a subtle sweetness to the beer. 

Sunset Wheat

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Brewed with just a touch of coriander spice, this award-winning Belgian-style witbier has a slight creaminess, dry tart finish and soothing citrus character that's well complemented with an orange slice.

Point White

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Point Belgian White is a smooth refreshing and distinctive beer brewed in the tradition of Belgian Style White Ales. The recipe boasts the finest barley and wheat malts, white wheat, rolled oats, and Noble Hallertau and Saaz hops and is naturally flavored with a hint of Curacao orange peel and coriander. The result is a light-bodied beer renowned for its signature golden-white haze.

Imperial White

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This golden concoction begins with the soft sweetness of its witbier roots with hints of orange and citrus.  Yet these familiar flavors are taken to the next level with an exotic blend of spices reminiscent of medieval brewing.  From coriander to dried plum and anise the spices combine with a bolder, richer flavor for a warm, spicy brew that’s smooth and refreshing.

White Beer

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Lakefront's version of a Belgian classic, White is brewed with wheat malt and spiced with coriander and orange peel. The brew pours a beautiful hazy blond-gold with a thick pearly white head and the nose is yeasty with a light aroma of fruit and spice. This beer is as crisp and refreshing as the aroma implies, with the wheat malt supplying a full, somewhat sweet background to the orange and coriander flavor. Spritzy carbonation lifts the sweetness to lend a crisp finish. 

Solstice

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Solstice is a carefully updated classic that starts with the traditional mix of super-pale 6-row malt and unmalted wheat and oats, giving the classic hazy appearance and rich creaminess on the palate. Berghoff brewers use a specially selected coriander and an exotic Asian citrus called calamansi for a bright, tantalizing nose, and then add a dash of hops for another layer of aroma.

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