Double White Ale - Marble Brewery
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4.25/5 rDev +5.5%
Pale gold body with a rich, fluffy, lasting white head (4.5). Dank, grassy aroma initially then ending with a slight citrus note; spicy (4.0). Zesty, citric flavors; slightly lemony; mild tartness (4.25). Medium-light body; crisp and dry finish (3.75).
A very fine, easy drinking witbier. Very appealing to the eye and tastes exquisite. Light and effervescent yet delicately distinctive flavors, almost floral in nature. The bitterness has a subdued prickliness that adds a nice touch to the overall beer.
08-22-2014 00:17:25 | More by beergoot
3.78/5 rDev -6.2%
not quite ad dynamic and drinkable as the wildflower wheat they make, but this big brother version is delicious as well. its hazed and very pale yellow in color with a lasting inch of white head. the nose on this is very herbal among the belgian yeast fruit esters. i pick up as much coriander in this as i do in almost any other beer, its close to dominant, but slightly sweet wheat malt supports it, and a hint of citrus cleans it up. the flavor journey is just like the aromatic one, ending in orange soaked sweet white wheat, with all the herbal qualities coming first. alcohol warms me up but i cant taste it. belgian yeast gives this a light fruity vibe and very radiant carbonation. it drinks a little heavier than i like my wits to go down, but it works in a colder weather context, something many wits do not do. its a shame marble left the colorado market for the most part, i have always admired their beers.
01-21-2014 18:41:50 | More by StonedTrippin
3.98/5 rDev -1.2%
Poured into a pilsner glass and what a beaut to behold! A thick, white, two-finger head and a slightly cloudy, whitish-gold color. I really like the unfiltered appearance. Plenty of carbonation and lacing. Aromas of yeast, citrus and a little banana. Crisp, refreshing taste that completely hides the ABV. Flavors of wheat, citrus, and some spices with a rather dry finish. Really light on the palate, almost like a pilsner, with excellent carbonation. This is a refreshing, tasty white ale that is perfect for the Summer. This is going to be a regular part of my rotation.
07-14-2013 20:52:29 | More by ALZ
4.59/5 rDev +13.9%
Excellent white. Everything I look for in this style.
Unfiltered look . Thick golden straw with a thick head and strong lacing.
Belgian yeast really pops in the nose with a little wheat in the back.
Nice for this style amazingly refreshing. Balanced mix of orange and yeast in the front with some malt to round it out. 7% ABV but no noticeable alcohol. This is what I look for in this style.
Semi creamy mouth feel.
If only this beer was distributed I n DFW it would be a daily drinker.
06-24-2013 22:17:59 | More by bigolbeerbelly
4.53/5 rDev +12.4%
Aroma of bread and yeast...slight sweetness. Fuzzy white gold color with some small particulates. Nice layer of small white heads. Initial taste is very positive with both significant body and refreshing wit beer sensations...wheat, bread, amber sweet malt, light citrus/lemon, very subtle banana, clove, carob, white pepper. Overall very drinkable and a bit more abv than a regular wit, white, or hefeweizen. Additionally, great price point for the 22oz bottles...same as their lovely double IPA.
12-05-2012 03:45:29 | More by DenverLogan
4.08/5 rDev +1.2%
Bomber poured into a hefe glass.
A: Very classical looking wheat. Cloudy pale-orange/golden color with a fluffy white head that sticks around for a little while and laces nicely.
S: Very nice. Reminds me of the Schofferhoffer hefeweizen I used to drink in Germany. Some banana, some wheaty malt, very nice.
T: Pretty classic hefe, but good. Stronger, thicker, more "meaty" than most hefes. Again, reminds me a lot of the German hefes, but a bit sweeter and not as dry.
M: Nice. Lightly carbonated, not too thin but not a stout, really nice for the style.
D: Very drinkable. Doesn't taste at all like 7% ABV, and I think that someone who doesn't drink a lot could easily mistake this one's strength and be in trouble!
10-11-2012 00:40:56 | More by DRyan
3.53/5 rDev -12.4%
Had at our tasting session last night in Farmington, NM.
Poured from a 22 oz. bottle into a tasting glass. A big 1 1/2" head poured onto a hazy yellow colored liquid. Big lemon zest in the aroma. Mild tartness on the nose. Taste is decent with an earthy type of feel. The lemon keeps on giving with this one. Certainly citrus forward all the way through. Easy drinking and pretty good overall. Not my favorite style of beer, but I wouldn't pass this one up if I saw it at a good price.
07-28-2012 15:11:30 | More by Koufax21
Double White Ale from Marble Brewery
89 out of 100 based on 45 ratings.