Wolaver Ben Gleason's White Ale

Rate:
Type: Belgian White (Witbier)
  • Reviews
  • Ratings
  • Average
  • Alcohol %
  • Rank
  • N/A 
  • 04.60% 
  • 3183/3686 
Commercial Description
Ben Gleason has been growing organic wheat for twenty eight years at his farm in Bridport, Vermont, just ten miles from our brewery.
Our brewers have combined Ben’s organic raw wheat, organic rolled oats, and organic 2-row malted barley.
The resulting golden brew is then mildly spiced with organic coriander and orange peel and fermented with an authentic Belgian yeast to create this complex and refreshing white ale. A fitting salute to Ben Gleason.
Review this beer
  • Aroma
  • Appearance
  • Flavor
  • Palate
  • Comments:

    25 word minimum
submit review
Similar Beers
  • Valley Brew Luna Blanca

    N/A

    A beer that is unique to the San Joaquin Valley that it originates from. Brewed in the Old World tradition with a touch of New World pizzazz. Luna Blanca is brewed using 2-Row Barl...

  • Stegmaier White Ale

    N/A

    Traditionally known as Witbier, this Belgian-Style Wheat Ale boasts a dense pale straw color with a velvety white head. In blending the finest two-row pale and white wheat malt, o...

  • Samuel Adams White Lanter...

    N/A

    Belgian style white ales have a long history of unique ingredients, as brewers experimented with spices discovered during the spice trade. For our hazy brew we found a refreshing c...

Reviews: 1

  • Jan 4, 2010
    thebadfrogger (95)Rank: Beer AficionadoGroup: Fall beer lovers
    3.9
    • Aroma
    • Appearance
    • Flavor
    • Palate
    • This review is Very Helpful
    • 3.5/5
    • 4/5
    • 4/5
    • 4/5
    Poured a hazy golden yellow color with thin white head that dissipated quickly leaving just a little lacing.
    Smells mostly of wheat with coriander, citrus and spicy notes.
    Taste is not too complex. Wheaty with coriander and spicy pepper notes adding a hint of citrus.
    High carbonation, Light bodied, crisp and refreshing. Overall a nice, mild interpretation of the style.