Blue Moon Belgian White - Coors Brewing Company
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3/5 rDev -11.8%
This beer is the absolute definition of "average." Nothing is offensive, nothing is particularly good. It's a shame that the mainstream thinks of this when they think of American craft, but oh well. The name is fitting because I'll only drink this once in a blue moon, when nothing else is available but the standard BMCs.
A - Hazy golden-orange with a small fizzy white head. Sometimes an orange slice ends up on top of this whether you like it or not.
S - Wheat, grain, orange peel, and mild spices.
T - Not too exciting. Rough wheat, pale malt, grain, breadiness, orange, and coriander. Fairly bland. An orange slice actually adds to this because there's not too much flavor in it. Belgian wit this is not.
M - Light-to-medium body. A little harsh for the style, but not too bad.
D - While the style itself tends to be pretty drinkable due to how light it is, this beer does not fare too well in comparison to others in the style. The roughness of the wheat actually hinders the drinkability a bit.
09-04-2009 18:16:51 | More by nickd717
Blue Moon Belgian White from Coors Brewing Company
78 out of 100 based on 5,163 ratings.