Almost undone by its scattershot complexities, unexpectedly dark coppery witbier possesses many inconstant qualities. Though advertised as ‘wheat ale brewed with spices,’ its simple boast holds no weight, as coriander flavoring seems negligible and the wheat influence, an afterthought. Yet its medicinal rum-spiced Scotch-licked brandy scurry and boozy vodka scamper will blur eyesight. Sugary orange-candied pastry-malted sweetness dabbing white-peppered clementine, naval orange, and marmalade fruiting goes beyond penetrative liquor luster. Ultimately, zesty citric niceties and mild juniper-hopped bittering encourage venturous mainstream deviants to imbibe indistinctly defined, undeniably strong, 10.3% alcohol intoxicant.

Samuel Adams Imperial White - Beer Review

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