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Double White Ale - Southampton Publick House

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Ratings: 1,028
Reviews: 622
rAvg: 3.96
pDev: 11.36%
Wants: 53
Gots: 57 | FT: 1
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Southampton Publick House visit their website
New York, United States

Style | ABV
Witbier |  6.70% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: Todd on 05-07-2003

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Photo of ggaughan
4.12/5  rDev +4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served from a 22 oz bottle into a tulip glass. The beer poured a nice clear golden color with some active bubbles and a bright white, but thin head on top. The nose is freshing and spicey, some corriander and orange, a bit a lemon peel. The taste is refreshing....a bit of hop bitterness but mostly spice, orange and some lemon, true to the aroma. Very drinkable and a medium body make this one a winner.

Photo of CRJMellor
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a sort of nectarine and hay color with a large, foamy white head and a pulse of carbonation.
Aroma of spicy coriander and yeast with some citrus orange and cracked wheat bread.
Flavors of pale malt, bread crumbs, orange peel and some white pepper seem the most prevalent.
Mouthfeel is medium but very "wide" on the palate. Feel of tonic-like carbonation with a lingering citric acid sweetness on the tongue.
Drinkability is very good and another solid effort from SPH. Citrus flavors in this beer make it very enjoyable, not sure it would stand up against a hearty meal but very pleasant indeed.

Photo of Bitterbill
4.3/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 22oz bottle(room temp) a straw colour with a smallish head of foam that dissipated quickly. I also note that the carbonation level seems to be very low and that's ok with me.

The smell is very spicy with notes of clove as well as some yeasty sourness.

The taste has some of the clove noted in the smell but it's pushed into the background while other spices and a yeasty sweet and sour thingy take center stage. The finish is quite spicy and long lasting. Oh yeah, 7%abv eh? Well hidden!

Overall, I find the taste different from the Wits I've tried before and in this case, different=it's quite pleasing.

Bottom line: An easy drinking Witbier that must make the locals of this brewery very happy on a hot summer day. I recommend it.
Thanks again to Nutbrown!

Photo of ppoitras
4.45/5  rDev +12.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

22oz bottle obtained via trade with sulldaddy. Thanks for the opportunity...

Poured into an imperial pint glass, formed a 1/2" bright white head over the slightly cloudy, golden brew. What head there is lasts pretty well, with heavy sticky lacing. Aroma is spicy wheat. Flavor starts as well with a hearty hit of wheat, giving way for a moment to the spices, and then getting back to the malt sweetness at the close. Mouthfeel is so smooth, and drinkability is superb as well. This style isn't always my favorite, but this could move it up a few notches...

Photo of HugoGrim
3.61/5  rDev -8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from the bomber into a pilsner glass.

Body is a cloudy golden color. Towards the bottom of the bottle it became a more orange even reddish color, and more cloudy.

The aroma is slightly lacking from what I would expect. It did sport some nice spice and citrus/orange scents, but nothing as full bodied as I would have liked.

The flavor starts with a crisp wheaty sweetness, which bleeds into slightly tart fruits including orange and banana. Spices are full and strong... clove and coriander

A decent wit, but nothing special.

Photo of numenor1
3.8/5  rDev -4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Typical golden wheat haze, shortlived fine bubbled white head. Smell is tart, with sharp fruity esters, apply. Taste for me is a bit disappointing. There's a substantial tartness all the way through, a light sweetness with solid bittering support. Slight coriander and typical orange. It sort of just fades into dryness in the finish with some slight astringency, not bad at all, but I was just hoping for more. Seems a bit one dimensional to me, and lacking subtlety. With the "double wit" billing i expected a lot more flavor. I'd like to see more coriander, but i'm a nut for the stuff. Coriander is one of my favorite spices. Mouthfeel is medium and wheaty thick with moderate carbonation. Quite drinkable, but the tartness prevents pounding.

Photo of Jredner
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Nose is spicy and lemony with a good bit of malt base. Light gold/yellow in color with a firm white thumb thick head. Fore is malty sweet with lots iof wheaty/grainy notes, but it never gets allt he way formed as a bitter lemon peel/citric flavor always rushes in right as you start to explore that sweet malt side. Very bready at times. Very bitter lemon zest tasting at others. Quite refreshing yet also hearty and filling.

Photo of lou91
4.3/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

2005 750ml champagne caged bottle. Good looking and smelling white – double white is right. All the elegant spice , haziness, slight funk and fruit flavors – melon , pears, tart apples. Great body, easily drinkable but very rich and satisfying. Refreshing, complex and tasty tasty. What else could one ask for?

Photo of rhoadsrage
3.58/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

(Served in an imperial strange with no fruit)

A- This beer has a straw yellow body that has a very faint haze and a good strong carbonation that swirls from the engraved star on the bottom of the glass. The head is a thick pure white foam that turns to a rocky head that last for a good bit.

S- The smell of yeast, cooked corn and sweet floral notes is really pleasant. There is a faint sulfur note in the finish with a dry pale malt aroma. It takes on the aroma of the suit section in a department store, kind of crisp, clean and sterile smell.

T- This beer has a smooth soft pale malt flavor with some notes of lemons and soft floral hops. The finish is a soft bitter hops flavor with some nice spicy qualities. There is a carbonic acid note that brings out the spice. As it warms that spice takes on a bitter orange quality.

M- This is a medium-light beer with a watery texture. There is no alcohol warmth or carbonic bite in the finish.

D- I guess I don't really understand the "double gravity" quality in this beer. It is a nice Wit but I think with the extra alcohol I would like to taste bigger wheat flavors. Instead the beer taste a little more thin and watery.

Photo of brewdlyhooked13
3.86/5  rDev -2.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Acquired via hand trade with orbital at the BA gathering near Louisville last year. Gotta do that again...

This has been resting and has settled quite a bit, I'm interested to see how it slept...there is a huge clump of stuff at the bottom just waiting to get out. I'll not pour it all in but some we'll try. Of course that's assuming I can get the damn thing open. The friggin cork is made of cement I think, it ain't budgin'! Finally with a twist I can tell it's loosening and coming out. Unfortunately after about 5 or 6 twists I succeed in wrenching the top half of the cork off. Just about a quarter-inch left and it's wedged tight as as can be. A corkscrew took care of that, geez this beer has ZERO oxidation, I can practically guarantee it. <pop>, no foam-up, all is well.

Appearance - pours with much activity into a half-liter weiss glass. 2 fingers of white frothy head look ominous but melt harmlessly away all too quickly. Ends with no lace and only a partial covering. Attractive beading helps this fairly average looking golden beer. The bottom pour makes a dramatic difference, the bottom sediment turning it into an opaque dirty yellow concoction. The heavier sediment makes its way to the thinner part of the glass about halfway down and becomes easily visible as it slowly descends. The thinner part also looks lighter in color, so the beer is dark yellow up top, and a bright lemonade color at the bottom.

Aroma - mostly yeast with the usual witbier spice assortment. Fragrant but not exceedingly so.

Taste - lots of wheat and yeast with a layer of citrus and coriander on top, around the sides, and in between. Intensely tasty with a sour, somewhat lemony component at the swallow. Alcohol is evident but not intrusive. Finishes with a sweet-sour residue distantly reminiscent of cannabis. The sediment addition kicks up the tartness and spiciness accordingly, but offers no additional nuances beyond what I can identify. Alcohol comes out more as it warms and enhances well.

Mouthfeel - very highly carbonated, the crispness elevates the sour and the overall intensity of the drink. It's a good mix.

Drinkability - a summer treat with panache, I would include this in a summer beer tasting.

Photo of orbitalr0x
4.54/5  rDev +14.6%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I'm sampling a 2005 vintage of the Double White Ale from a corked and caged 750ml bottle. Pours into my tulip glass a lovely cloudy golden straw yellow with a nice bubbly inch of bone white head atop the brew. The pour is light and inviting. Aromas are quite simply beautiful. Sun dried grains/pale malts are enveloped by a beatiful lemony, citric aroma brought on by the coriander and orange peel used in the brew. Spicy fresh yeast tones along with a slighty sour, funky aroma and a touch of herbal hops that really makes this one special. Quite simply an enchanting aroma.

First sip brings a sweet sun dried pale maltiness that's a bit wheaty. It's quickly met by a big blast of lemony, citric spiciness with lots of noticeable coriander and orange zest. Fresh, slightly bready yeast integrates itself beautifully into the brew. Finishes slightly dry with a bit of funky sourness that really adds to the experience. Clean, crisp and a true testament to the brewing skills over at Southampton. An explosive melding of flavors that works really well for me...I think I found my new favoirte witbier. The bountiful mix of coriander and citric spiciness doesn't quit and brings a smile to my face with each subsequent sip.

Mouthfeel is smooth and rather light with a blast of carbonation that comes with each sip and fills the mouth. Somewhat addictive..it's hard for me to put my glass down. This 750ml is disappearing just about as fast as I opened it. A truly tasty, drinkable, well crafted brew that I hope to be able to sample again. I need to get myself out to Southampton one of these days!! Many thanks to warriorsoul for giving me the opportunity to enjoy this brew!

Photo of WVbeergeek
4.25/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: Heavily clouded light golden yellow with a nice bright head that forms tight with a creamy textured head leaves behind fine lacing. Aroma: A creamy overall scent zest citrus peel coriander tone to wrap it up spice, yeasty note, and citrus arise mellow sweet wheat touch of esters maybe banana and alcohol grassy hop character in there as well. Taste: What a tasty treat coats the palate with a refreshing layer of creamy malt biscuit sweetness exotic spice not too heavy on the coriander and light hop bitterness touch of citrus feel with the zest ties it altogether nicely. Mouthfeel: Smooth on the palate evenly carbonated flows nicely effortless really medium to light bodied. Drinkability: Quite nice lives up to this small brewery's reputation can't wait to try their IPA and Imperial Porter.

Photo of Franchise
4.6/5  rDev +16.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Poured a soft creamy orange creamsicile color and left a pillow white head that laced the Wheat glass I was drinking from. The smell was sweet dew, canteloupe, melons, were very present in the nose of this brew. A slight hoppy presence was detected as I breathed through my mouth. The appearance of this brew is very cloudy due to the unfiltered process but makes the body look mysterious and inviting. As I tasted this ale the wheat flavors massaged my palate and the sweetness from the honey, and spice flavors from what tastes like cloves, orange peels, and a hint of vanilla all give this ale a fantastic finish.

Photo of bruachan
4.12/5  rDev +4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

after i got all the yeast out it was an opaque dark straw color. the head isn't thick, but it is persistent and leaves frosty lacing down my gordon biersch czech pils glass

lots of wheat and coriander comes to my nose. tart, almost yogurty aroma

much meatier than a standard wit—fairly full mouthfeel resulting from a big sweet finish and low carbonation. there's a smooth bitterness that hangs around between sips, letting that tartness maintain itself. very spicey, with coriander and maybe some clove

to be honest, i'm not a huge fan of the style...perhaps because there are few great examples, but this is quite delicious. it's fun to imperialize styles like wits and pilsners so i applaud markowski's imagination

Photo of RoyalT
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance – This one didn’t have much of a head but the body was a gorgeous, glowing orange.

Smell – Oh, this is a heavy-hitting Wit. The orange peel and coriander are huge at the nose. I love it when a Wit doesn’t try to do too much. There’s some light weizeny wheat mixed in here but mostly this is just classic orange peel, nice pepper and coriander, and a bit of medicinal alcohol.

Taste – The lightly bittered orange flavor is right on cue. It’s very rindy, and it stands out a bit more than it did at the Smell because the spices step back a bit. The alcohol though is just right, making its presence know yet not overly strong. There’s a pale wheat flavor here too that really is needed to compliment the big kind of sweetish orange.

Mouthfeel – This is medium-bodied and very smooth but lacking in the giant carbonation that marks the style.

Drinkability – This went down extremely well.

Comments – Thanks to Just E and Sally C for sending this beautiful bomber my way.

Photo of RonfromJersey
4.47/5  rDev +12.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Slightly cloudy yellow gold body, alive with carbonation. Level one finger slab of white head.

Clean, zesty nose (orange zest perhaps?). Spicey too. And inviting.

Taste features a strong dose of pepper on top, and a delightful fruity mix, featuring oranges, bubbling from below. A snip of coriander, but not too much to be dusty. Dry finish, but not arid. Pulls off the challenge of being both spicey and clean with impressive ease.

Good mouthfeel, starts medium and finishes lightly. Easy drink and still impressive.

Refreshing in later November, must be wonderful on a hot summer day.

Photo of daliandragon
4.07/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

This is an attractive looking witbier with a cloudy pale gold color with a thick head that unfortunately doesn't last. The nose is strong and very fruity with underlying coriander, clove, and alcohol. A thick, yeasty aroma, the nose is among the best I've ever smelt.
A rich, round taste, with strong citrus flavor and yeast backround. The texture is creamy but lined with sediment as well, not too bad. The citrus is very nice but also gives a sour note that isn't as welcome.
This is a good attempt by the folks at Southampton if not exactly a mindblower. I'd love to try it on cask or even tap.

Photo of Bighuge
4.33/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Cloudy dull yellow. Murky looking. Bubbly dirty white head sits on top and leaves some appealing lace. Looks the part. Quite a nice aroma. Fresh yeast, lemon peel, orange peel, wheat and all around citric goodness. Flavor brings more of the same. Bright citric tones. A little wheat tang. Orange peel and a little corriander. Very slight black pepper. Nice profile. Quite the refresher. The beer is moderately carbonated and medium bodied. Even though 7% isn't a huge a/v by any means, it is more than your typical witbier and is hard to find in the flavor. This is quite drinkable. 22 fluid ounces does not last too long.

Photo of Hagbard
4/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served from a 22 oz bomber with no visible bottled on or drink by date. It is a very pale golden color with a medium sized white fluffy head. It is very hazy as most witbiers are. The head quickly faded leaving a bit of lacing. The aroma is fairly strong full of coriander and other spices with a touch of sweetness in the background, possibly brought on by the orange. The sweetness doesn't realy make it into the taste though, at least not compared to most wits. Instead, there is a bit of spiciness and coriander in the beginning with maybe just a hint of fruity sweetness. This gives way mid swallow to a fairly intense bitterness brought on by an orange peel element. Have you ever bitten into an orange peel? This is how this beer finished and it lingers well after the swallow. Not unpleasant though, because it is cut a bit by the sweetness mentioned earlier and the spices. This bitterness is joined by a rather apparent alcohol note, which is strange in a wit (of course, this is a "double wit"). This is a very good beer and a very interesting take on the style. The orange peel bitterness is just a little too strong for me, but I still really enjoyed it. I enjoed this with some sharp cheddar cheese.

Photo of GnomeKing
4.48/5  rDev +13.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Whether you love witbiers or hate 'em, you'll dig South Hampton's Double White. Wit-haters will appreciate the way this beer smoothes out the sometimes cloying sweetness of wits and will be pleased that the citrus notes have been toned down. They'll also be glad that the mouthfeel is fuller than that offered by most wits. People who love wits will find that all the gentle sweetness and refreshing, well-blended citrus notes are still there, just that they're given round rather than sharp edges. Both lovers and haters will enjoy the extra fruit and malt tastes that come to the surface--strawberries, cherries, and grains.

At 7%, you could drink several of these in a session...and you'll probably want to.

It's cloudy, like a regular wit, but with shades of amber mixed in with the straw/gold usually associated with wits. Intriguing.

This one will hit the spot in the summer, which is what many look for in a wit, but it will also provide enough hearty flavor to enjoy in the depths of winter. I look forward to paring this one with food. I think it'd be an excellent complement to cheeses or spicy meals.

(Where I swigged it: I had this on tap at the Blind Tiger in NYC, and then again a few days later at the Grey Lodge in Philly.)

Photo of Foxman
4.35/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

It pours a bright, translucent yellow, fizzy and lively, clearing to a mild haze as it settles. A thick two fingers of stark egg-white head creeps up and lingers for a nose-tickling spell. Lacing snakes along the inside of the glass.

The aroma carries the bittersweet tang of wheat as expected, along with a spice mating of cloves, coriander, and perhaps even cinnamon. Notable, but not overly present.

Upon fist sip, the dusky wheaten sweetness washes across the palate, depositing the flavorful silt of the previously mentioned spices, and accentuated by the presence of an earthy fruit tanginess. Glimpses of pineapple, mango, banana (if I may be so clichéd) and some other more vague elements round out the body of flavorful evidence. A drier spiciness lays across the tongue toward the finish, becoming more prominent as the sinewy malt presence ebbs slowly away. It’s tropical in a wonderfully autumnal paradox way.

Medium bodied, it flows easily and coats with a spicyfruitygrainy dryness, lingering long enough to make a pleasant legacy guaranteed.

Mmmm…a medley…a mélange…a mellifluous melding of multiple mesmerizing memories. The aroma gives only a somewhat muddled hint of what awaits the palate. But once the mouth gets its chance, it is going to be credibly impressed. The ABV is hiked a bit for a wheat offering (hence the “double” appellation), but at no point during drinking is it overtly apparent, though it should be taken seriously, as it does act a bit sneaky on the back end. This is a fine beer with a whole lot going for it. And as refreshing as it is, no matter what the time of year, the real challenge would be in not having “just one more” after the one you just finished. Simply, a tasty delight.

Photo of BuckeyeNation
4.38/5  rDev +10.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Gossamer, pastel lemon that becomes crystal clear when backlit. The bright, snow white crown is gorgeous. It's a tight-bubbled masterpiece that occupies the glass from the nonic bulge on up. When it finally relents, thick sheets of lace occupy nearly all of the available surface area. I have rarely seen brighter, more pure colors in my life.

The nose is a good one, but I can't help feeling just a little let down. The biggest problem is that it's too muted, because I like what I'm able to appreciate. Soft is the operative word, with smooth edges all around. Lightly tangy wheat combines with mild coriander and a spritz of orange and lemon oil.

Given the timidity of the nose, the flavor is more than a pleasant surprise. Double White Ale tastes like what I would expect a big witbier brewed by a world-class brewery to taste like. This is truly fantastic stuff. Wits are usually light, airy and drinkable in quantity. Strap your helmets on for this one though. It's a monster in the best sense of the word.

The beer is massively malted and has an absolute bedrock bottom end that allows the other members of the flavor profile to shine like the sun. Sweet orange and lemon zest are at the center of the solar storm. Thankfully, coriander plays a supporting role. I like to taste coriander in my witbiers, but it's often overdone.

The best part about DWA is how Southampton emphasizes exactly those flavors that I would emphasize. Pulling off a witbier this huge is no easy feat and I'd venture to say that few other breweries could have done it. Alcohol is barely evident. I feel the same way that I feel about its presence in the best BSPAs. It's an important contributor to a big beer flavor profile that reminds its drinker that they're enjoying an alcoholic beverage, not mineral water.

A mouthfeel that's too big wouldn't have worked since this is still, at bottom, a wit. Thankfully, the mouthfeel that has been provided is just about perfect. It's full, heavily silky and borderline sticky, without crossing the line into ponderous. Even the carbonation manages to be Belgian beer lively without being over the top. A huge thank you to IrishRedRock for the bottle.

This is exemplary beer. From the eye pleasing purity of its appearance... to the full throttle flavor... to the incredible mouthfeel, Double White Ale grabs the 'best of style' mantle with the sheer force of its personality. If this is representative of the beer brewed by Southampton Publick House, then obtaining more of their bottled magic has just shot to the top of my list of life's necessities, right behind oxygen and food. On second thought, right behind oxygen.

Photo of beveragecaptain
4.77/5  rDev +20.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

22 ounce bottle. Pours out a hazy golden color with a big white head. The aroma is very fruity, with mostly orange, and some lemon. Lots of coriander in the aroma too. The flavor is tangy wheat, vanilla, fruit, and spice. I know there is orange in this beer, but I also taste peach. Medium mouthfeel. This beer is incredibly refreshing. No sign of the alcohol. One of my favorite Southampton beers. I had it on tap once and it was even better than the bottled version.

Photo of lagrin
4.61/5  rDev +16.4%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 5

Pours a dark gold color with a stylistically appropriate haze, slightly darker that a typical wit. The head dissipates rather quickly.

The aroma is phenomenal. Creamsickle, unbaked bread dough and coriander are all immediately noticeable.

The nicest thing about this beer is that it still tastes like a wit. Perhaps it is a little more intense but not so "imperialed up" that it takes on a different character.

Wits are one of my favorite beers and after sampling many, I have become complacent to the things that make this style unique. The first sip of this beer makes me vividly recollect the first wit I ever had and reminds me why the style is so special.

Drinkablilty is exceptional. The beer is easy to drink and is so interesting that it would never become boring. Extremely well crafted.

Photo of Beertracker
4.15/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Southampton's Double White Ale is best served at cool cellar temperatures (45-50F). Pours up tall with ample carbonation into a traditional heavy bottom tumbler. This deep straw colored beauty comes complete with a very frothy, frappe-like whitish head that leaves plenty of 'Belgian lace' in its wake. The retention is somewhat retarded by the light-medium alcohol. The lightly spiced nose shows some freshly cut cilantro, crushed coriander and cracked white pepper notes along with an edgy fruitiness e.g. lemon zest, dried pineapple, mandarin orange/tangerine, etc... There's a freshly milled graininess from the wheat with just the faintest hint of alcohol. Very earthy. The flavor starts off invitingly fresh & lively with a touch of honey-wheat sweetness along with plenty of fruity/spicy sensations to keep the tongue busy before a touch of bitterness settles in, along with a lingering herbal spiciness towards the slightly tart/citrusy & light alcoholic finish. This medium-light bodied specialty has a nice effervescence with a delightful creaminess that makes for a solid mouthfeel. This dubious 'Grand Cru' version of a Witbier (Bière Blanche) has a celestial marriage of ingredients that makes for an enjoyable experience for any special or even NOT so special occasion. Here's to Phil Markowski and the Southampton Publick House.

CHEERS! Beertracker

Double White Ale from Southampton Publick House
89 out of 100 based on 1,028 ratings.