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This Daas Witte Organic Belgium Beer pours a pale yellow and slightly cloudy colour with a good sized, bubbly white head that lingers on the side of the glass. There is a continual stream of bubbles rising to the surface of the beer that maintains the head. Second fermentation occurs inside the bottle to mature and carbonate the beer naturally, so it can be expected to be a bit lively.
It has the distinct spicy citrus aroma, along with hints of wheat, lemon, and fresh herbs. As with most Belgium Witte beers, the nose, and taste if full of hidden spices and herbs, so this one is no suprise. In the mouth, more of the same flavours come out, very bright and refreshing with maintained carbonation. Not as full flavoured or as heavy as some Witte biers, and in places it seems a bit weak and watery, more like sparkling fresh lemonade than beer. It has a tart finish that has a bit of bright bitterness in there too, leaving a lingering citrus and malt flavour.
This Daas Witte Organic Belgium Beer is a fairly average wheat beer, that was just a bit to strong when it came to carbonation levels. It was okay for the first few mouthfulls but gradually starts to annoy. The beer maintains its fresh liveliness throughout, when most drinkers may like it to calm down as they head through the drink.
The beer is marked as organic, and as suitable for vegetarians and vegans. I am not sure this adds any real value to the beer from a taste perspective, but obviously for vegans it is one to keep in mind.
|Contains:||Wheat, Malted Barley, Spices, Hops, Yeast|
|Closure:||Bottle Top, 330ml|