Good morning advocates, and participants of this great thread that’s been going on for so many years now. First time for me starting it, and I feel honored. I’m not going to write a tedious long-winded essay, but I truthfully hope every of you is doing fine in these troubled times, the pandemic particularly which has affected every of us, regardless of our countries... So this is New Beer Sunday! Please come and sit at this bar. There’s seats for everyone here and tell us your impression of a new beer, how it looks, smell, taste, mouthfeel and your overall impression of it. Don’t be shy! Even if you don’t consider yourself a « wordsmith » or a great reviewer, we are here to listen and read about what the beer in your glass has to offer. I have a new beer to kick off the thread. It caught my attention because CHOUFFE, of course and its flawless legacy. Chouffe Blanche. I poured it into my Chouffe proper tulip, leaving a two inches white head fading quickly. The color of the beer, for a Belgian witbier is orange, pretty opaque. On the nose, hints of coriander and lemon. On the palate, following the nose, lemon, coriander and citrus notes are noticeable. It’s only a 6,5% abv beer that drinks very easily and it’s important to me to point out doesn’t leave me those obnoxious « acid reflux » which make that some witbier are a no-no. This is well balanced between light bitterness and a very refreshing, slightly sweet finish. Moderate carbonation and a light body as expected again, from the style. Overall, an excellent witbier, a style you either love or abhor. This could be a nice « getaway » beer to start enjoying say style. Hooegarden for instance isn’t a beer I dig much. This one has won my heart. Cheers all, have a nice Sunday!