Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

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Written by Ken Carman

The Professor tried to find label for me and his camera is busted, so you’ll have to be satified with the logo. We tried this beer quite a while ago. One site I visited claimed it was “weak on hops,” though this style of beer tends to be a bit more lawnmower. White usually means “witte,” or wheat for the beer and language challenged.

I tend to not like wheat beers but I remember us liking this a lot more than most wheat based beers. Think Hoegaarden, Sam Adams White, Allagash White and Coors White (OK, if you insist: Blue Moon.) Often this style has spices like corriander, but as I recall this one wasn’t spiced but very creamy and smooth: hazy as it most likely would be due to unresolved protein issues that wheat beer can have sometimes. A pleasant quaffe for light fare for sure. It’s the only lighter beer I know of on my best of shelf. And if it was a wheat beer, that a compliment. I usually dislike them, though I can judge them quite well. I’m also not a fan of the more lawnmower like beers. There’s some dynamic there. The more I like a beer the more I suspect my judging skills. Something about preconcieved notions and preferences in taste, I suppose.

By Professor Good Ales

Mythical poster at The LTS Good for What Ales You Beer Journal. Loves good beer. Hates same old, same old. Muses that Bud and Miller might as well be brewed in urinals. Drinks lagers too, if they are complex and interesting.

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