Three Hills Brewing Belgian Witbier (5%)

This is great take on the style, pouring a light gold with a big fluffy head and an aroma full of bread dough and lightly spiced garden flowers.
And when I say a big fluffy head, I mean BIG, it was a close call between pouring it right and it frothing over the top.
But taking a swig, and feeling that froth fizz and pop on my top lip as I discovered a soft and creamy, baguette and caramel, toffee malt body more than made up for the near disaster.
Over this the hops are bright and sharp, lots of green herbal leaves and lemon zest, while the addition of orange peel and coriander add that proper Belgian Witbier spicy fruit hit.
Lovely stuff.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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