Blanche D'Ardenne - Brasserie Du Bocq
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Ratings: 9 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by thierrynantes:
3.63/5 rDev +19.8%
Beer bottle (25 cl.) purchased from La Cervoiserie, and tasted in 2013.
Appearance : pale yellow color, with white foamy head.
Smell : wheat, coriander and citrus aromas.
Taste & mouthfeel : malty flavors with citrus notes, and wheaty finish.
Drinkability : an average beer in the Belgian style Witbier.
08-02-2013 19:26:38 | More by thierrynantes
More User Reviews:
3/5 rDev -1%
Pours that familiar cloudy wit bier color. Has a crisp white head that fades leaving spotted lacing around the glass.
Smell is not strong. Has notes of bread, dough, wheat, yeast, and some orange peel.
A fairly watery beer even for the style. I'm glad to be adding a beer but it's not what I was expecting. It's not even as good as Hoegaarden, which is saying something because I don't even like that. There are many many beers that are a better example of the style. This one is thin and has a musty aftertaste that isn't all to pleasant. I wouldn't turn my nose up at this beer if I was offered it but I'm not going to be buying anytime soon.
04-28-2010 17:19:22 | More by weissbierdrinker
2.15/5 rDev -29%
Produced little in the way of head at all and was marked by slight fruitiness, possibly peach, on the nose, a particular yeast/wheatiness which I can only describe as more ‘dry’ than, for example, St. Bernardus. Visible signs of quite a bit of carbonation and, on first taste, the idea of dryness enters my mind again. It’s as if this beer has taken the form of a wit-flavored champagne and, due to the light, dry and ‘tight’ body of these beer the flavor profile doesn’t come out as rounded or fully developed as I would’ve liked. A nice enough beer, but considerably more expensive than Celis White or St. Bernardus and clearly not on the same level as those beauties.
11-17-2012 03:20:34 | More by solid98
Blanche D'Ardenne from Brasserie Du Bocq
- out of 100 based on 9 ratings.