Witbier - The Brewery At Lake Tahoe
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by KoG:
3.1/5 rDev -4.6%
Cloudy almost more orange than yellow. Light frothy cap fades pretty quick.
Smell is some very light spice with a bit of fruit and sweeter malt.
Taste is pretty light in every aspect. Very light clove with some wheatlike malt. Slight fuit flavor and finishes easily. Good tastes, just not much of it.
An easy drinking brew that seemed rather bland. Bump up the hops a bit along with some spice and it might hit the spot.
08-27-2005 01:53:59 | More by KoG
More User Reviews:
3.53/5 rDev +8.6%
Draft at the brewpub.
Hazy orangish-golden color with a small white head that fades pretty quickly.
Aroma is nice with wheat, yeast, orange peel, spice, and a little butter.
This is actually pretty flavorful. Wheat, pale malt, orange peel, and spices (mainly coriander). Just a little buttery note in there, but that doesn't detract too much. This is sort of like what Blue Moon would taste like if Blue Moon wasn't so terrible.
Medium bodied with a somewhat tingly mouthfeel.
Overall, despite the Blue Moon-ishness, this is pretty good for the style. Highly drinkable.
03-22-2010 21:58:40 | More by nickd717
2.9/5 rDev -10.8%
I'm far from an expert, but I really don't regard this as a good example of the style.
As other reviewers have noted, this beer had a decided orange appearance, but (unlike another reviewer) was not hazy at all. The mouthfeel was on the thin side, and the spices normally associated with a wit were barely noticeable.
Definitely not impressed.
09-13-2007 20:56:40 | More by cardigan
3.5/5 rDev +7.7%
A: Evenly cloudy straw with an orange hue. Poured 2 finger bubbly white head that dissipated to a broken skim. Decanted lightly. A few thin rings of lacing.
S: Bready wheat malt, light-colored fruit and light spices (like lemon-pepper and clove?).
T: Very much like the nose with fruit and spice more pronounced. Light, crisp and refreshing.
M: Light body. Moderate carbonation. Crisp but not fizzy. Light on the palate. Very refrewhing.
O: Very drinkable. Light, smooth and refreshing.
08-19-2011 17:57:23 | More by Haybeerman
3.23/5 rDev -0.6%
This witbier pours a cloudy, peachy, golden-orange color. Topped by a thin, white head that fades to nothing. The aroma has notes of powdery yeast, and nice, fruity notes of peach and banana. There are also the classic aromas of orange-peel and peppery coriander.
There's a mild, grainy sweetness upfront, moving into a fruity sweetness in the center: banana, and orangey-citrus. The finish has a peppery, corriander spice. The right flavors are there, but they're very mild overall. This witbier is light-bodied with good carbonation, and a mild dryness.
This beer isn't bad, but it's fairly middle of the road. Again, everything is a bit too subdied.
09-29-2009 02:33:08 | More by EPICAC
Witbier from The Brewery At Lake Tahoe
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.