Beasley's Honey White - Fullsteam Brewery
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Ratings: 33 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Cylinsier:
4.5/5 rDev +18.7%
Pours a very very cloudy lemon yellow color with a quarter inch of white fluffy head that retains well.
Smells of citrus and coriander with some light wheaty malt.
Flavor is wheaty malts, coriander and citrus sweetness/tartness, some honey richness, banana esters, and a noticeable bite of ground black pepper.
Medium oaty body with a soft but full carbonation.
This beer combines one of my favorite styles with a lot of experimental elements and pulls it off wonderfully. The classic wit parts of this witbier are top notch, and the honey/oats/black pepper add an interesting and appealing newness. I could drink this all day.
05-28-2012 23:18:34 | More by Cylinsier
More User Reviews:
4.35/5 rDev +14.8%
I think this is the best wit I have ever had,not a style I go to very much... if ever,but this was outstanding.Poured a hazed milky yellow with just a tinge of orange,a lacy white head atop.Clove and lemony citrus dominate the nose along with a lighter coriander,and that blacker pepper note.Fresh wheat malt and citric notes upfront with a shot of black pepper in the back end that really hits pretty good.It's refreshing with a real bite,just fantastic.
5% ABV. per chalkboard at the tasting room.
05-28-2012 14:44:02 | More by oberon
3.95/5 rDev +4.2%
A - golden with a some carbonation rising to the top; thin, white head that fades to w thin lacing quickly
S - the nose reminds me of a Belgian Pale Ale with it's belgian yeast funk and esters
T - honey, pear, apple, some belgian yeast funk, some husk, some spice in the finish
M - light to medium bodied, warm, crisp, well carbonated
This is an odd beer. It doesn't have the spice character I would expect from a witbier and it has a dominant yeast character that I expect from a BPA or SBPA. The honey however is a great addition. It adds a bit of sweetness to the flavor and definitely adds body. The honey works well with the fruity esters that come through. Overall, this is a solid beer. I don't think I'd call it a Witbier, but nonetheless it'll excite Belgian beer fans.
02-27-2013 21:51:13 | More by tdm168
4.28/5 rDev +12.9%
On-tap at Brewvival 2102. Witbier brewed with pepper.
Poured a hazy yellow with a dense and fluffy white head. Distinctive aromas of wheat, clove, banana, and a good amount of peppercorn. Very clean. Taste is similarly peppery, with a nice Witbier base of wheat, honey, banana, and clove. Loving the pepper, pairs perfectly with the Wit. Crisp and incredibly drinkable, with a light body and good carbonation. Really solid beer, this is a brewery I'd love to visit.
04-22-2012 17:25:53 | More by jsanford
3.78/5 rDev -0.3%
Hazy pale yellow with a fluffy white head and some nice lace on the glass. Aromas of fresh cracked wheat, floral notes, clove, and light coriander. Peppery wheat, mild banana, clove, and citrus flavors. Soft, dry, and well carbonated. Finishes with a distinctive peppery quality on the tip of the tongue. Quite tasty and refreshing.
11-10-2012 02:23:41 | More by wedge
4/5 rDev +5.5%
had this one a couple times now, including back when it was called R&D something or other
a: draft at the brewery served in a weizen glass, heavily hazed golden in color, totally opaque, topped with a nice layer of bone white carbonation
s: a nicely structured nose with a base blend of clean wheat and pale malts with an evident sweetness, big bready yeasts and some fruit/spice output, lemon, grassy hops, nice black pepper, good stuff
m: light and well carbonated, lively mouthfeel with a slight creaminess
t: a clean wheat palate with some light barley sugars, heavy yeast, mild notes of fresh black pepper, lemon citrus, a little bready and sweet, drying somewhat into the finish
o: really liked this one, personally - I dig a heavily yeasted wit, and pepper is an awesome compliment to the right ale
04-11-2013 03:07:58 | More by blackie
4.85/5 rDev +28%
Wow, completely blown away.
Pours absolutely beautifully. One of the thicker, more opaque whites that I have had... an awesome deep honey-gold color with lots of foam on top. It looks almost like unfiltered honey.
Smells inviting, but the taste.... wow! Goes down smooth with an initial creamy, citrusy taste. The aftertaste is the magic, though. 15, 30, 60 seconds after drinking, my tongue still feels -- I swear -- fresh cracked black pepper on it. It is so subtle yet distinctive, and I love it.
Great beer. Kicked back 3 on a warm night and went back tonight for more.
05-01-2012 22:58:46 | More by seydou
3.75/5 rDev -1.1%
On-tap at GBDrink, Washington, DC
A: The beer is hazy light pale yellow in color. It poured with a quarter finger high white head that died down and left a collar around the edge of the glass.
S: Light to moderate aromas of peppery spices are present in the nose.
T: The taste starts out with some flavors of wheat and honey but is mostly dominated by flavors of peppery spices; these particularly stand out in the finish.
M: It feels light- to medium-bodied on the palate and has a moderate amount of carbonation.
O: With all of the peppery spices, I felt that this beer tastes more like a hybrid between a witbier and a saison.
05-10-2014 01:43:53 | More by metter98
Beasley's Honey White from Fullsteam Brewery
85 out of 100 based on 33 ratings.