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.

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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