Belgian White Ale - Yellowhammer Brewing
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Ratings: 16 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by sommersb:
4/5 rDev +10.5%
On tap at The Nook in Huntsville. Served in a wine-type glass.
Appearance is a straw yellow color, with expected wheat-hazy clarity for the style. Pour had about 1 finger of white head.
Smells were of fruit and spices, zesty but not strong.
Taste was fruity, but not sweet, with lemon or orange citrus character. A nice subtle tartness is present, as well as spiciness from coriander I believe.
Mouthfeel had a high level or carbonation and medium body. Finishes dry, with a light, citrus bitter/sour character.
Very good witbier from another one of Huntsville's up and coming breweries. I look forward to trying other beers from Yellowhammer!
02-05-2011 16:13:45 | More by sommersb
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4.28/5 rDev +18.2%
Taken from notes. I am not a huge witbier fan since I prefer stouts and IPA's. I do however believe this brew has opened up a new style opportunity for me. I have had blue moon in the past and they were okay. I have also seen people ruin their beers by adding fruit. A bartender told me about this brew and said it had lime and kaffir leaves in it and was better twist on the witbier scene.
This brew stands on its own and the only comparison to blue moon that should ever be made is that is is 100 times better. Any blue moon drinker would never drink a blue moon again if they had this brew.
Great session brew as well. Trust me order this instead of blue moon. You'll appreciate the fact the brew is truly a wonderful brew.
03-11-2013 18:31:33 | More by STKPICR0720
3.78/5 rDev +4.4%
Slightly darker than straw colored. Modest head, but I can't really expect too much come out of a ghetto growler (milk jug). Not much lacing left behind.
A little bit of orange and sweet spice. Very bright and fruity in aroma. Inviting.
Taste is heavy on the spices and phenols (hard to tell what is what). Clove & coriander are strong. Modest, subtle bitterness there just for support. Finishes with that wheat character. As it warms some, the cloves dissipate some, and I still get the coriander, but also more wheat & maybe a slight bit of orange.
A very drinkable beer -- great for a hot almost-May day. Full flavored but fairly thin bodied. I can see myself polishing this off pretty easily. I do think it's either a bit over spiced or fermented a slight bit hot -- one of those bringing out an over spiced flavor, but this is still a good, enjoyable witbier.
04-30-2011 22:08:58 | More by mklinger
3.58/5 rDev -1.1%
On tap at The Nook. These notes from Nov 23, 2010.
A: Rich golden yellow wit ha nice frothy inch head. Murky, yet attractive.
S: Complex, big wheat note, tons of clove and banana however.
T: Big spice. Clove all over, some mint. Just an ounce of banana. The wheat is their more as a guide through the spice, not overly prevalent.
M: Medium bodied, just a little fizz to the mouth. Otherwise, smooth.
D: Too much spice for me, and I wouldn't have more than one. A unique take at the Witbier however. Has a bit of a trademark Yellowhammer flavor.
03-01-2011 21:10:31 | More by ncfranklin
Belgian White Ale from Yellowhammer Brewing
83 out of 100 based on 16 ratings.