Ommegang Witte Wheat Ale

Here's a traditional Belgian-style witbier, brewed with orange peel and coriander. Light yellow-gold in color, with a soft haze, it pours quite frothy, but the head falls fast. The initial aromas are tart and spicy—like lemon pepper and coriander—with a fresh wheat accent. Citrusy flavors continue on to dominate the palate, with waves of juicy orange and lemon that are supported by a core of wheat and medium-sweet malt. The mouthfeel is light- to medium-bodied, with a subtle sweetness yet high carbonation to keep it fresh and clean through the close. Lauren Buzzeo

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