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Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales
Michigan, United States | website

Style: Witbier

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 4.80%

Availability: Year-round

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Photo of superspak
4.1/5  rDev +4.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

750 ml bottle into tulip glass, bottled on 4/17/2013. Moderate gusher upon opening, took a while to pour this. Pours very hazy golden straw color with a 3 finger foamy and rocky white head with great retention, that reduces to a small cap that lingers. Spotty foamy lacing clings around the glass, with plenty of streaming carbonation retaining the head. Aromas of big tart lemon, green apple, pear, grape, orange peel, coriander, clove, pepper, wheat, wet hay, grass, floral, funk, and yeast earthiness. Damn nice aromas with good balance and complexity of yeast, spice, and malt notes; with good strength. Taste of tart lemon, pear, green apple, orange peel, clove, pepper, coriander, wheat, hay, grass, floral, funk, and yeast earthiness. Fair amount of crisp tartness/spiciness on the finish; with lingering notes of citrus, light fruits, clove, pepper, coriander, hay, grass, wheat, floral, funk, and yeast earthiness on the finish for a short bit. Very nice balance and complexity of yeast, spice, and light malt flavors; with a great fruity/spicy balance and zero cloying flavors after the finish. Very high carbonation and light-medium bodied; with a very crisp, prickly, and slightly acidic mouthfeel that is nice. Alcohol is very well hidden with minimal warming noticed after the finish. Overall this is an excellent oak aged witbier style. All around great balance and complexity of spice and yeast flavors; and extremely crisp and smooth to drink. A very enjoyable offering.

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Photo of alaimoa
3.82/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Batch 1173 bottled on 8/27/12
A: cloudy golden with small bubble inch of white head leaving spotty white lacing
S: tart citrus like grapefruit and orange peel, slight funk to it but would have expected more given the barrel and bottle conditioning
T: grapefruit, orange peel and spice with a very dry finish - no overly pronounced flavors but mildly tart and sweet but not much impact from the barrels
M: medium/high carbonation with a nice body and smooth finish

Overall good beer, a bit weak on the smell and would have liked this beer to have a bit more punch from the aging and conditioning process. Could easily drink this on a warm summer day. I would probably go with a Oro or La Roja from JP over this one

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Photo of hosehead83
3.97/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4.25

Poured from an "artsy" 750ml bottle into a balloon glass.
Cloudy, orange/apricot color, huge head of whipped egg-white foam.
Aroma-Spicy yeast notes
Taste-Orange zest, spicy yeast, coriander, "dusty" hop note. Wonderfully dry and tart. Very refreshing and drinkable, with a light-bodied saison quality. Very nice on a warm day and with lighter fare.

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Photo of jrenihan
3.88/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Beer is cloudy light yellow with a moderately-sized white head. Good retention, looks solid with good lacing.

Nose contains wheat, lemon and oak. Some brett is there as well.

A bit of oak in the flavour, a bunch of wheat and a slight tart flavour. Lemon, light soft fruit. A touch of clove. The brett gets more pronounced as I drink, imparting an earthy funk that does most of the heavy lifting for this beer.

Medium bodied, moderately carbonated. Nice, but a bit heavy for the style.

Overall, a decent wit that benefits well from the barrel aging, making it a bit unique.

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Photo of Greywulfken
4/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: into a tulip, measured pour; hazy yellow beer with a head big-as-you-want-it of fizzy white foam

S: yeasty lemon and peppery spice, some funky farmy aromas and a waft of wet fields

T: citric and musky, coriander and orange pith, slightly sweet and mildly tart; bright yeasts and floral hops; earthy undertones - malts are delicate and crisp

M: light, fuzzy, soft, clean and dry finish

O: although I've only had a few, this was a delightful witbier - very bright and refreshing, easy-drinking and light

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Photo of chanokokoro
3.87/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Poured from a 750 ml bottle into a Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales branded short stemmed tulip

Pours a hazy, very pale yellow capped by a two finger sea foam-like head. Above average retention; significant wispy lacing. The unmistakable aroma of brettanomyces-induced light funk and musty earthiness, coriander, hints of citrus, and light accents of oak on the nose. Opens with general light fruitness, coriander, yeasty earthy notes, and grain and wheaty malt. Hints of white pepper give way to the bone-dry finish that ties together musty oakiness and very light tart accents of citrus rind. Abundant carbonation, slick and smooth mouthfeel. A very tasty twist on the traditional witbier. Solid brew.

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Photo of falloutsnow
3.84/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

From: Anderson's, Columbus, OH
Date: Bottled 2012-11-07 (batch 2150)
Glass: New Belgium globe glass

Jolly Pumpkin's Calabaza Blanca is definitely a different take on the witbier style, perhaps close to what an earlier, pre-brewing science version might be like, with its "wild" influences. Like most JP beers, this has a light barrel-aged with Brettanomyces character, resulting in a little sourness and funk. While interesting, and certainly enjoyable, I'm not sure the $10 price for a 750 bottle is appropriate for the ale, when others in the style are relatively similar and much more affordable.

Pours a huge (>4cm) head that actually increases in size after the pour (threatens to spill over the edges of the glass), ultimately yielding a mass of foam that is very dense, fluffy, and meringue-like mass in its mixture of small to large-sized bubbles. The foam eventually subsides after many minutes to a 1.2cm cap atop the body; as one might expect from retention of this duration, the lacing is excellent, a mass of foam clinging to all sides of the glass. Body is a cloudy goldenrod-yellow color, with light bringing pale, yellow-orange hues to the hazy beverage. Carbonation is visible along the sides of the glass, quite numerous and numerous.

Aroma is of coriander with somewhat strong Brettanomyces-related composting hay/straw scent, slightly tart, lending a somewhat "harsh" edge to this at times. There's also mellower orange rind and a bit of wheat malt sweetness that's vaguely perceptible behind this.

The overall flavor of the beer is of coriander, bitter orange rind, and wheat malt, with moderate Brettanomyces influences. Front of palate is of mellow, somewhat sweet, wheat malt, a touch of Brettanomyces-related composting hay/straw, and ground coriander. Mid-palate finds mellow coriander with bitter orange rind, stronger Brettanomyces-related composting hay/straw flavor, mild tartness, and modest white pepper. The wheat malt sweetness is still present, but decidedly in the background. Back of palate finds a return of strong coriander flavor, with chamomile tea, wheat malt sweetness, and tartness. Aftertaste is of mildly bitter orange rind, coriander, and wheat malt, with very modest Brettanomyces character.

Beer is medium bodied with medium-high levels of carbonation, which results in a slightly fizzy mouthfeel at first, which calms, after a few seconds, to a pleasantly foamy, soft feel. Closes fairly dry, with moderate stickiness clinging to the palate.

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Photo of Cresant
4/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served this 25.4 oz brown bottle in a Tripel Karmeliet glass. Batch 835, bottled 7-7-2011. The body was a pale golden/white/yellow. There was a hearty, bright white head that left a film throughout.

The smell was Sweet-Tarts and lemongrass (?).

The taste was tangy and tart. Fruity. Citrus and white pepper. Drying finish. Not my favorite style but a pleasant surprise.

The mouthfeel was filling/expanding with fine carbonation. Overall better than expected.

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Photo of rand
4.64/5  rDev +18.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 250 mL bottle into a Mikasa pilsner glass

A: Looks like a and opaque with white hues, and forms a frothy 2 inch head on a gentle pour that never fully recedes.

S: The nose is lemon pepper and yeasty pastries and a touch of grassy funk. A little barnyard-y, kind of reminds me of something Fantome would brew and call a Saison.

T: The flavors follow, with a tart, honey sweet aspect quickly dried by lemon pepper and orange zest. Maybe a touch of coriander. The yeast yields a touch of funk that carries throughout the sip and accents the drying aspects. Finishes short and dry and refreshing.

M: Light and crisp on the tongue, plenty a carbonation that adds to the levity.

Another ace from JP. This has got to be one of the tastiest, most original takes on the style. I love the session-able approach as well, pretty much nailed this one on all aspects.

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Photo of bum732
3.43/5  rDev -12.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 3.25

S: Oak up front with some orange, slight funk. Spicing somewhat hidden.

L: Hazy, golden yellow, not much head.

T: Slightly tart, fruity malt with orange and lemon. Low bitterness with additional tartness. Finishes fairly dry with residual tartness. Traditional orange and coriander pretty well hidden, more as it warms.

M: Medium think bodied, medium carbonation. Quite crisp and refreshing.

The Brett has definitely taken a hold in this botle (2011). Pretty good overall.

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Photo of Petcha
4.02/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

A - Cloudy golden orange

S - Lemons and subtle witbier style spices, bit of standard JP funk as well.

T - Nice dry, non-puckering tartness, lemons and green apple, dominate without being overpowering at all. The traditional witbier spices are present but in a subtle, balanced way.

M - Crisp, dry, nice carbonation

O - Love how the tartness adds a different dimension to a traditional wit. Not incredibly memorable, but a solid JP offering. Would seek this out again.

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Photo of flagmantho
3.82/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Poured from 750mL bottle into a tulip.

Appearance: nice silvery-gold hue with a light haze and a strong effervescence. Head is two thick fingers of frothy white foam. An attractive witbier indeed.

Smell: lightly sweet, lightly wheaty aroma with a pretty pronounced citrus tang. Quite lemony, something you don't see too often in the style. A little bizarre, but mostly I like it.

Taste: same lemony, wheaty flavor as in the aroma. Light and refreshing, as the style should be, but just a bit on the weird side for me. It's well-crafted; just a bit unusual.

Mouthfeel: light body with a big carbonation and a refreshing, rocky creaminess. I like it.

Overall: a tasty and drinkable beer, although a little weird for the style. I'll give it points for originality, though. This is a beer I'd have again.

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Photo of kojevergas
3.3/5  rDev -15.6%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 3.5

A barrel aged witbier? Why? I'm skeptical but optimistic. Especially since it's Jolly Pumpkin. Batch 1043. Bottled 03/07/12. 1 pint 9.4 fl oz brown glass bottle with standard pressure cap served into an Odell 90 Shilling pilsner glass in me friend's gaff in high altitude Fort Collins, Colorado. Reviewed live.

Served straight from the fridge. Side-poured with standard vigor as no carbonation issues are anticipated.

Not paired with food.

A: Pours a 1.5 finger white colour head - quite thin - of no real cream but above average retention. Body colour is a cloudy pale yellow. No yeast particles are visible. No bubble show. Looks typical of the style.

Sm: Lemon, orange, clove, pale malts, fresh citrus zest, and cilantro (but I wouldn't say coriander, if we're being technical. I don't detect any oak or barrel notes. A fresh aroma of moderate strength.

T: Orange and lemon citrus fruit, with some grassy hops throughout. Lemongrass in the body. Cilantro. Citrus zest. Orange peel. Pale malts are well integrated in the body. It's nicely built for a witbier but lacks the subtlety a better offering would feature.

Mf: Too heavy on the palate for a witbier, which is supposed to be fleeting, light, and refreshing. Still, it's nicely smooth and wet but with enough coarseness to coax out the flavour, and sound dryness on the finish to encourage the next sip. Thickness is troublesome but well executed.

Dr: Drinkable and enjoyable, but stops short of refreshing. It's pleasant, but lacks the feel of a solid witbier. I think the barrel aging meated it up too much; it's lost its subtlety. I don't know that the slight aging did it any favours.

Low B-

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Photo of blakelive784
3.17/5  rDev -18.9%
look: 2.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

1 pt 9.4 fl oz brown glass bottle served in a snifter, reviewed live:

A - Pours a cloudy lemon golden color with a fizzy white head of 2.5 fingers. Retention is bad and the head leaves no lacing.

S - Lemon zest, spice (coriander?), pungent yeast, spicy phenols, clean pale malts, and light floral hops notes. Moderate strength. Smells fantastic.

T - Tart, spicy notes open over a sweet, fruity body. Floral and grassy hops counter the pale malts nicely. Yeast is prevalent, but not overpowering. I'd never guess this is barrel aged. It's pretty well built, if a bit simple.

M - Highly carbonated, crisp and very dry on the finish.

D - It's a solid wit, but that's about it. Nothing special, but very drinkable.

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Photo of mudbug
4.4/5  rDev +12.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Batch 939
From the C&C 750 into a tulip results in a pale , clear, yellow body topped by a snow white fluffy head that drops pretty quick down to a thin cap with slight lacing.
Aroma is subtle with lemon zest, wet hay, grapes. Nothing overpowers anything, quite a nice blend.
Taste is very good, lemony zest, coriander, wet hay funk, very juicy. Begs to be gulped down.
It very sprightly and live on the tongue and nearly impossible to sip, this 750 is going to be a gonner very soon.
Put this one on the Dinner table, would pair with a wide range of flavors, little aftertaste and just so slightly dry on the end.
I will drink this one again soon!

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Photo of tut2528
4.27/5  rDev +9.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Batch 590/591 Bottled 7-21-10 Consumed 11/10/2012

A: pours a murky yellowish-gold color with massive carbonation that creates a monstrous 2-3 fingers worth of dense head formation. In fact, as I opened the cap, there was head beginning to form within the bottle even prior to the pour. The lacing is huge as well. The body is very transparent and you can see the thousands of bubbles that rush to the top of the brew that supports the long head retention.

S: first and foremost, a big funk and sourness is noticed but i also pick up on slight coriander, lots of spices, orange peel, lemon zest. The barrel aging characteristics are present as well and sit in a very nice balance with the rest of the brew. For this style, I'm surprised by its complexity and depth

T: wow...definitely did not see this one coming. Mega funk and sourness dominates the palate initially but then I get a very nice blend of orange peel, vinegar, slight lemon zest and coriander. This is easily the best brew for this style that I've had to date.

M: nice and light on the tongue. leaves a beautiful funkiness and tartness that causes me to continuously salivate and want to take another sip. and there is just enough fruit aspect left on the palate to keep it all in check

O: I raise my glass to Jolly Pumpkin on this one...well done. This is only my second offering by JP and I must admit that I have thoroughly enjoyed both of their offerings. As mentioned previously in this review, I was shocked with the complexity and depth of this brew (for this style). The sourness is so well balanced with the spices and fruit that it allows all other aspects to make their presence known as well. Solid brew.

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Photo of impending
4.14/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4.5


750ml into a tulip. Pours a hazy pale yellow, minor head didn't last, little lacing.

Aroma is rich and vibrant, the orange peel and coriander are obvious but additionally lemon grass and the cusp of sour.

Flavor is muted yet complex, lemony citrus. Just minor tart which stops short of sour. Perfect dry finish, the aftertaste is wheaty, a little acidity, quickly fades to a minor echo, pairs well with food.
Thin bodied mouthfeel. Shares little with a traditional wit.

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Photo of Brenden
4/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The extremely clouded, unfiltered-looking pale gold I expect is the color. A soft, fluffy white head grows to between one and two fingers high, sits well, and deposits patchy lacing as it goes.
The Belgian aspect is just a little subtle in this one, though certainly still detectable. It's very bready with the earthy and spicy touches and the expected tartness to it. There's also a nice citrus element in the foreground and the very lightly soapy /herbal /spicy note of coriander. The touch of funk balanced well with the dry malts, the light sweetness, the sourness, and the gentle hops bitterness. A light grains note lingers underneath the whole way through.
The feel is nice, a gentle but firm carbonation setting the pace in an appropriately light body. It's drier than many wits, but not too much as the feel is balanced well. Smoothness is there under a good, firm crispness.

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Photo of mocktm
4.05/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Clearance shelf for $5.99 at Riverhead Beverage, NY. Blend 810, bottled 5/31/3011.

Over A year old, but, for a barrel aged JP wild ale, that's nothing, right? Poured into a Belgian chalice

Bubbly and effervescent on the pour, like champagne. Sparkling white head on top of a hazy, light golden color. Lousy retention though...

Sour lemon, orange and vinegar dominate on the nose. Slight floral presence and mild sourdough bread.

Typical JP funk in full force, orange and spice dominate with a hint of sourness, although not as puckering as I had hoped. Tad bit of of bitterness on the back end.

Relatively light bodied, this is what 4.5%? Really easy drinking and a nice summer beer.

Another solid beer from JP, although at the regular price tag of $12 or so, I wouldn't bite again. It's a great beginner sour though.

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Photo of atr2605
3.68/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A-pours a hazy yellow straw color with a white head with exceptional retention
S-citrus, coriander, pepper, hay
T-Sour citrus/lemon flavor followed by the coriander and pepper flavor, tart bitterness, and finishes very clean on the palate
M-light-medium bodied
O-Not a bad brew, distinguishing flavors of a witbier with a bit more tartness. Wouldn't get it again but nice beer to try

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Photo of laituegonflable
3.97/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Purchased grey-market from Platinum Liquor; but I suspect if there's any brewery that shouldn't worry too much about grey-market imports it's a Brettanomyces-heavy joint like Jolly Pumpkin. Age will not weary their beers.

Pours a pale straw colour with fluffy white head, sinks slowly without leaving a lot of lace. Decent cloud. Not bad.

Smells funky, quite saisony really. Mild sourness with a slight citric twang, but pretty organic and barnyardy really with Bretty acidity. Refreshing, though, and pleasant.

Taste is funky and sour from the get-go, with nice citric notes building with a touch of champagne, orange peel and some sultanas. Dries up a lot towards the back, with a mild puckering sensation. Crisp and refreshing, with not a huge amount of flavour but plenty of interest and a nice mix of acidity and bitterness. Generally and expectedly interesting take on the white beer style.

A bit puckering, but padded well enough, doesn't sharpen too much. Not bad, quite a presence.

Pleasant beer, interesting take on the style. Not too exciting but nice.

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Photo of andrewinski1
4.02/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured into a wine taster. The color is very light straw and hazy. There is a small spritzy head.

The aroma has a nice dose of lemon zest with lots of clove spice. There is mild malt sweetness. The aroma is nicely balanced.

This is immediately light and refreshing. There is mild malt flavor, with an emphasis on zesty tartness. The finish leaves some pepper and clove spice.

I can't believe it took me so long to getting around to trying it. This is delicious and perfect for Summer.

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Photo of BMMillsy
3.53/5  rDev -9.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.5

On draft at the brewpub in A2. Pours a hazy light golden with a massive bubbly white fluffy head. Bubbles coming up from the bottom like whoah. Smells of yeast funk, hay, dry coriander spice, a hint of hops. Flavor follows the aroma, with light hay and funky sour yeast, just a hint of the orange peel. Extremely light bodied with high carbonation. A little bland for my tastes overall and would have liked a bit more sweetness. Solid beer but probably the least exciting of the JP brews.

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Photo of edwino
1.56/5  rDev -60.1%
look: 3 | smell: 2 | taste: 1 | feel: 1 | overall: 2

I'll be brief. Maybe I got hold of a bad bottle, who knows. But this is the first beer in a long time that I have poured down the drain. Absolutely tasteless. Nice bottle design though.

I really expected something more here. I've been a fan of Celis whitefor a long time and thought this might be something along those lines but it is like they took a good white beer and sucked the soul out of it.

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Photo of hagbergl
4.02/5  rDev +2.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Sticker on the back of the bottle reads "Batch 867, Bottled 8/11/2011." Despite having three-quarters of a year of age on it, tastes fresh and has not a hint of oxidation on it. This ale is aged in oak casks, so obviously it's going to hold up well as long as it's stored properly. This is my first Jolly Pumpkin beer from the bottle and a departure from my usual IPAs, Saisons, and Belgian strong ales, so I'm very excited. They have a reputation for making weird ales...and I like weird.

Appearance (3.5/5): Pouring the bottle into my Dogfish Head snifter produces a three-finger bubbly foam head that dissipates rather quickly to a small ring that sticks with the beer until the end. The beer is a translucent goldenrod color, what you would expect from a Belgian-style witbier. With all the bubbles rising, you can see that the beer is highly carbonated. Appearance-wise, nothing amazing, and probably the most ordinary aspect of this ale.

Smell (4/5): The beer's aroma is very interesting for a witbier, since it has a little bit of citric sourness and Brett-like funkiness going on (not sure if the brewers added Brettanomyces) that is counterbalanced against the sweet aroma of peaches. Did I say this brewery had a reputation for weirdness? It's a good kind of weird aroma though–one that calls to mind Rodenbach and not a beer like Allagash White, which technically belongs to the same style as Calabaza Blanca.

Taste (4/5): The beer has a light lemony tart taste that is balanced by the spicing, wheat, and hints of sweet peach in the taste. No hint of alcohol. The beer's tartness dominates with each sip leaving a dry, lingering sourness on the palette. It doesn't get cloying though, and I had no problem finishing the full 750 mL bottle on my own. I felt the light tartness encourages the drinker to continue drinking. I recommend not babying it; feel free to drink at a good pace! The one downside of ripping through this beer is that it actually warms nicely.

Mouthfeel (4.5/5): I really enjoyed Calabaza Blanca's mouthfeel. It has a nice, vigorous carbonation that really lends a brightness (for lack of a better term) to the beer and enhances its flavor in a big way. The beer feels pleasantly light on the tongue. Every sip of this tart brew creates a lightly prickly sensation.

Overall (4/5): This is one unique witbier–it doesn't remind me that much of others I've consumed in the past, and that's great. I particularly like the odd approach of barrel-aging a witbier, a good idea that works in this case and sets it apart from other beers in its family. This is an odd but approachable beer that's great for drinking on a warm summer night. With plenty of those around the corner, you should consider buying a bottle or two of JP's Calabaza Blanca.

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Calabaza Blanca from Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales
88 out of 100 based on 452 ratings.