Sunday, October 22, 2017

Beer Review: New Belgium Fat Tire Belgian White

New Belgium Fat Tire Belgian White is a classic Belgian White, that takes on the name of the popular Fat Tire Amber Ale. New Belgium is an employee-owned brewery based in Denver, CO, with a brewery in Asheville, NC as well. They are under the Hashgacha of the Scroll-K of Denver. While not every beer they produce is certified, most of their mainstream beers are. Belgian White's are wheat beers with orange peel and sometimes coriander added.
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Fat Tire Belgian White pours a hazy straw color, with slowly receding huge fluffy white head. The aroma is doughy, like a freshly made yeast bread, along with citrus-y orange, and coriander. The taste is similar to the nose with a yeasty doughy-ness, and orange, almost like an orange marmalade on they yeasty bread. It has a nice creamy, light bodied feel, that goes down smoothly. Overall a refreshing thirst quenching witbier, that is above average for the style.

*Fat Tire Belgian White is under the supervision of the Scroll-K*


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