Ar-Men Blanche - Brasserie Britt de Bretagne
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United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)
3.45/5 rDev +8.8%
330ml bottle bought from an Intermarche supermarket in Concarneau, France...
Poured a hazy orange yellow colour... White head poured quite foamy then faded quickly to very thin layer....quite a lot of big carbonation bubbles... some light patchy lacing...
Aroma - Nice spicy fruitiness (apples, pears, light orange), salty notes, some yeastiness, light coriander just coming through, grassy, hay, light vanilla notes, some soapiness...
Taste - Some light lemon and spicy apple fruitiness, decent wheatiness, floral, barely any malts, light creamy vanilla sweetness, faint coriander...
Feel - Very smooth and creamy... Light / medium body. Fairly drinkable and refreshing - would be good on a hot summer day...
Overall - A decent enough witbier... Nothing groundbreaking but well worth a try...
07-19-2011 08:06:06 | More by mdagnew
2.23/5 rDev -29.7%
Pale yellow, slightly veiled. Average white head. It has a color more from a washed pils.
At the taste a lot of wheat, grainy, few spices. Some orange peel.
In the taste too, beside the wheat and a light hint of spicy, it doesn't taste really like a blanche.
Quite fruity (tropical fruit and orange), and a lot of wheat.
Really light body.
Wheat, fruitiness and some orange peel in the aftertaste.
03-21-2006 21:04:18 | More by stcules
Ar-Men Blanche from Brasserie Britt de Bretagne
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.