Hoegaarden Wit-Blanche

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  • alc./vol:
    4.9%

    Proof:
    9.8°

    Vintage:
    Non-vintage

    Aged:
    No age statement

    Closure: Crown cap

    Product of: Product of Belgium Belgium


    In the 60s, Pierre Cellis opened a brewery in the Belgium town of Hoegaarden to rekindle the almost forgotten ancient style of Belgium witbier flavoured with coriander and orange. (The 1445 date on the label is something of a mystery.) Hoegaarden is brewed with 60% barley malt to 40% unmalted wheat. Read more

    Review and Tasting

    Sampled on 13/08/2012

    Appearance

    Hazy, sandy yellow with two finger white head.

    Aroma

    Yeasty wheat with pear skin, coriander, lemon and orange citrus.

    Taste

    Sweet wheat with citrus, coriander, clove and a light black pepper zing.

    Aftertaste

    Sweet wheat fading with coriander and clove.

    Further product information

    Barcode UPC: 5 410228 148210

    More about Hoegaarden Wit-Blanche

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