Belgian Wit. We took the common Christmas tastes: Cardamom, Orange Peel and Lemon Zest and added our favourites: Coriander and Lime Zest! Combined with the subtle restrained spice of a Belgian Blonde, the results were so good that we decided to name this seasonal treat what it was – Santastique!
This sour wit is the second beer in our Conversion Northwest Sour Ale series. It is a Belgian style white beer brewed in the farmhouse tradition and opened to fermentation from a variety of wild yeast and lactic bacteria
This is a variation on the classic Belgian Witbier style, but aged in French Oak Chardonnay barrels. Brewed with lemon peel, black peppercorns and corriander (sic). Triple fermented - first in the tank with Belgian yeast, second in french oak Chardonnay barrels with brettanomyces, and finally in the bottle with a third yeast for natural carbonation
Witte is our version of the classic Belgian wit or "white" ale. Witte, which is actually Flemish for white, is brewed with malted and unmalted wheat, orange peel, and coriander - offering a refreshing style that showcases the Belgian talent for brewing full-flavored ales that are also light and balanced.
This beer is our interpretation of a Belgian wit. We use coriander and pomeranian shells that together with the characteristic yeast strain give the typical tones of citrus and light spicyness. A refreshing beer, perfect for a hot summer day.