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Brewed By: Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)

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Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 1301

Style: Witbier

Brewed In: 30 Germania St, Boston, MA 02130, USA

ABV: 10.3%

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Tasting Notes

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Diveflyer profile pictureDiveflyer - March 8, 2014
Excellent beer with complex taste. One of the better White's I have had. profile - January 5, 2014
Too boozy
edarosa profile pictureedarosa - December 25, 2013
fmercury profile picturefmercury - December 18, 2013
Creamy and flavorful. Tasty!
brainstew profile picturebrainstew - November 22, 2013
Some orange aroma and bit of sweetness on the nose. The initial taste is sweet with a very slight bitterness on the end. This beer had much more full mouth feel than I expected. It would be a great winter wheat beer.
stephenson1907 profile picturestephenson1907 - November 14, 2013
Great for winter
delesh profile picturedelesh - November 10, 2013
Smooth, soft and creamy. Sweet and very strong alcohol content! (10%)
DaveyBoySwagg profile pictureDaveyBoySwagg - October 6, 2013
Smell: wit yeast and vanilla? Strange. Doesn't seem to fit with the style. The mouthfeel is full and sweet--the sweetness seems out of place for a witbier. The vanilla and booze flavor throws me off too. All in all, this beer isn't "bad," but it's weird.
g24gto profile pictureg24gto - September 29, 2013
Smooth and delicious!
Mapwhap profile pictureMapwhap - September 21, 2013
This is a fairly decent beer. It's actually hard to put a finger on the taste. It's easier for me to say what it doesn't taste like....and that is a witbier. If you were to come across this beer in an unlabeled glass, there is no way you would call it a witbier. I appreciate the effort to make more extreme beers, but this one went so far into left field that it ended up as something else entirely. Decent, but I don't think i would buy it again.
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