Little Rabbit - White Rabbit
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Ratings: 4 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by BeardedBoffin:
3.89/5 rDev -3%
The White Rabbit Brewing Company is charming little place in a charming little town in Victoria, Australia. The craft brew scene isn't very strong, or perhaps diverse of style, Down Under and by those standards, white rabbit was a big hit. The beer of the moment was a Belgian Pale Ale, served from the tap. Dark golden with limited foam. The Belgian combination of coriander and clove mixed with glacier hops. Crisp on the palate with sharp biscuit and light carbonation. Dry crispness and bitter finish. A hint of floral from the hops as well. Over all a nice stab at the style
03-21-2014 03:23:46 | More by BeardedBoffin
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4.05/5 rDev +1%
Pours a pale straw-gold colour, very light haze in the glass. Head is white, consisting of large bubbles but a great thick Belgian retention. Good overall.
Malty nose, but lots of Belgian phenolic spice coming through from the yeast. Peppery with a touch of bubblegum, banana, clove, melon and cinnamon. Lovely Belgian blend.
Sweet upfront on the palate, goes into a nice, pleasant Belgian pale character with lots of phenols and spice. Little bit dry towards the back and becomes a little thin or subdued, but a very laudable effort overall.
Decent body, very dry on the back. Not a bad feel.
Very to-style Belgian pale, but nicely handled indeed.
12-22-2012 00:38:04 | More by laituegonflable
4/5 rDev -0.2%
Collaboration beer brewed by Little Creatures and White Rabbit in Healesville for the GABS festival in Melbourne.
Pours a lightly hazed pale yellow colour, with a soft, light body. Head is filmy but fine, and perfectly white. Lace forms well. The body has just enough weight to support some languid swirling carbonation, which is good. Looks very decent.
Nose has lots of round, sweet Belgian characters: vanilla comes through with brighter notes of appleskin and a hint of pepper. It's bright but smooth, and very aromatic.
More of those round Belgian notes on the front palate, with some yeasty tones morphing into mid-palate phenolics. Slight peppery characters come through, with a finish of sultry apple-blossom sweetness. Very clean on the finish, which helps the drinkability.
Feel is smooth almost throughout, but is pleasantly leavened with carbonation.
Very nice beer. Solid Belgian style pale, done with craft and skill. I can't say I was overly excited by the prospect of this beer, but it really delivered on the day.
08-05-2012 03:29:52 | More by lacqueredmouse
4.1/5 rDev +2.2%
Hopped with Super Alpha, Saaz, Hallertau, and Pacifica. Dry hopped with Saaz and Hallertau. Inspired by a trip to Westmalle. Malted wheat and Pilsner malt. Dextrose.
A - Poured mildly hazy with a golden colour. One finger of white fluffy head. Good lace rings and a film of retention.
S - Lot's of Belgian yeast and fruity esters. Grass, funk, noble hop, orange.
T - Citrus, lot's of grass, yeast, orange, really nice, yeast esters. It works together nicely with the noble hops.
M - Good carbonation, medium body, not overly bitter. Clean.
O/D - A neat beer. Hoppy and not bitter. Belgian influence is cool. Nice stuff. Could drink it all day.
05-17-2012 05:42:39 | More by tbeckett
Little Rabbit from White Rabbit
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