TapRoom No. 21 Belgian White

Origin: World Brews (California)

ABV: 5.4%

STYLE:  Wit-bier

While TapRoom brews are widely available, I’ve always considered them to be my own beer. After all, none of my friends have either heard of them or, if they have, never tried one. This was a brewery that I started out drinking without any recommendations. I simply stumbled upon it. I started making my way down the line, picking one up each time I saw a new one emerge from the “mix a 6” at my local Kroger (for our northern followers, Kroger is the southern equivalent of a Meijer). Then I came across this one- The Belgian White… Had to stop for a bit and write a review on it.

Appearance – Poured out as a hazy golden yellow color with a thin white head. A bit of lacing appeared around the glass as the head disappeared.

Smell – sweet, with a little fruit.  top.

Taste – Orange citrus on the front, with a bubbly taste, followed by a sweet taste, and then lemon citrus. Very few wit-biers actually produce separate flavor profiles as you drink them, and this is one of those few. It truly is like taking 3 separate drinks, each with a different flavor. A side note here- Each sip produces a feeling as if it is being lifted off of your tongue and towards the roof of your mouth. Quite an odd feeling, but I liked it… It was very unique!

Drink-ability – This is as easy to drink as a lemon shandy summer beer, with the complexity of a Blue Moon or a Shocktop.

Overall Score – 85%. This beer is good- very good. I’ve had a couple of different TapRoom beers before, and this one climbed the list fast. The best part? It’s available most places. I would highly recommend picking up one of these the next time you’re out and about- you will not be disappointed.

 

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