Saint Arnold White Noise

Note #1 Submitted 9:25PM PT:
saint arnold white noise. some wheat smell. definite wheat taste. medium amount of carbonation. overall a pleasant taste. the final sip reminded me that the beer has a refreshing taste. nice wheat left on the palate.

Note #2 Submitted 11:02PM PT:
oh, i had about half so 6oz.
[20180426 Edit]

Saint Arnold White Noise

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Website Information:
White Noise
Available December - February

A crisp, citrusy Belgian-style Witbier. The recipe begins with the Witbier we brewed in our Icon series in 2015, which itself is based on the original Celis White recipe with some oats added for a little extra body. To this, there is a dryhop addition of Citra hops that amps everything up. The nose is citrus and spices with a light banana. There is a pleasant round body that is light and creamy. The citrus of the orange peel blends nicely with the citrus from the hops and the coriander creates a liveliness on the finish.

This beer is easy to drink while also having incredible complexity. Perfect for a Texas "winter."

Original Gravity: 1.049 (12.5° Plato)
Bitterness: 25 IBU
Alcohol Content (ABV): 5.3%

Malty: 30 out of 100
Hoppy: 50 out of 100
Body: 45 out of 100

Malted Barley: Pils, Wheat, Oats
Hops: Perle, Cascade, Citra
Yeast: Celis
Other Ingredients: Orange Peel, Coriander

History and Trivia:
Debuted December 2016.

White Noise began as a one-off beer created specifically for Free Press Summer Fest; the perfect, refreshing beer for a hot day. When we thought more about the seasons, we realized our Texas "winter" felt a lot more like summers in most other places around the country. What better way to celebrate than to have a crisp, citrusy Belgian-style Witbier as our new "winter" seasonal?

White Noise replaced Winter Stout - a beer we brewed since 1997 - in our seasonal lineup. RIP Winter Stout.

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