*CHARITY* • Witbier

Into the Wild

Colour

Pale, golden haze

Nose

Banana, spice, citrus

Palate

Tart, sweet, grainy, crisp

Colour

Pale, golden haze

Nose

Banana, spice, citrus

Palate

Tart, sweet, grainy, crisp

Balancing sweet cereal notes with refreshing crisp acidity, this beer provides aromas of banana and bubblegum backed by fresh citrus and subtle spice on the palate.  Refreshing and full flavoured.

4.5% ABV – now pouring in cask, keg and can in our pubs and beyond.

To celebrate the 20th year anniversary of working with our friends at the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, we decided to brew a lovely and refreshing Belgian style witbier together.  It’s a great style with loads of flavour and for this reason it’s really accessible. Another plus is it works well in different packaging formats (we were keen to have the beer available in cask, keg and can), and it’s naturally vegan friendly.

We use of a large amount of wheat in the grist to give the beer its hazy, pale straw appearance. The wheat also provides sweet cereal notes and a refreshing tartness.

To ferment the beer we used Belgian Abbey Ale yeast, which provides loads of interesting character. We let the yeast ferment pretty warm to encourage more banana like aromas, typical of wheat beers, to come through.

As with many Belgian witbiers, we have infused this beer on the hot side with orange peel and coriander, to enhance the citrus and spiciness.

Wherever possible we have used UK sourced ingredients, and all the ingredients have been sourced sustainable. Using UK WGV hops, malted barley and wheat in this brew.

Available in cask, keg and can. So this beer can be enjoyed in a pub, at home or out in the wild!

 

 

MALT

Ex Pale Ale, Malted Wheat

HOPS

WGV (leaf)

YEAST

Abbaye Belgian Ale yeast

OTHER

Dried orange peel, coriander seeds

Allergens: Malted barley, wheat, oats

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