St. Bernardus Wit 11.2 oz can

Item #7235
Shipping Wt. 1.50 lbs.
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Belgian Pale Abbey Wheat Beer

Brewed by: St. Bernardus Brewery
Country: Belgium
Style: Witbier
Color: Pale Yellow

ABV: 5.5% rating: 91 rating: 93

Can Size: 11.2 oz.

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St. Bernardus Wit (ABV 5.5%) is a traditional Belgian white ale developed and brewed in collaboration with the legendary master brewer Pierre Celis.

It appears a very pale, hazy straw yellow, with a dense, white head. Aroma is wheaty, with apple-like tartness; herbal-spicy notes of coriander, white pepper and orange peel are complemented by a light, honey-like sweetness.

Refreshing, tart, and crisp; light-bodied and easy to drink --just what a Belgian Witbier should be! rating: 91 (out of 100) 11.2 oz can.

Food Pairings

Lovely paired with rich, blue cheeses, all types of seafood, and Thai or Mexican dishes that feature lime or other citrus.

Terrific with any tart lemon or lime dessert: key lime pie, lemon cheesecake.
Serve at 36 - 42 degrees F.

The St. Bernardus Brewery was founded in 1946 by Evarist Deconinck. When the Trappist monks of the St. Sixtus Monastery in Westvleteren, Belgium decided that brewing and promotional efforts had become a serious distraction from religious and contemplative activities, they granted Deconinck a license to brew and distribute Trappistine beers based on the monastery's recipe.

That arrangement continued for decades, but in 1992, when it was decreed that only beers brewed within the walls of a monastery under direct control of the monks could be called Trappist beers, St. Bernardus launched its own brand of abbey beers to huge success.

Today, the brewery distributes award winning ales to more than two dozen countries including the United States, Canada, Brazil, Australia and Japan.
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Rate these qualities (5 is the highest): Aroma 4, Appearance 4, Taste 5, Palate 5.