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Around The World In 80 Beers Episode 144: White Rabbit White Ale
White Rabbit White Ale

Pours a very pale, slightly cloudy yellow with a medium head, which fades away slowly to a thick lacing.

First Sip: Some citrus up front, with a very mild grainy malt. After-taste is slightly lemony, and a bit fruity, with a very, very, very faint hops. Nice carbonation tingle on the tongue, but mouth-feel is a little thin.

There is not a lot of taste going on here, but it is still okay. This is quite refreshing, one to drink on a very hot day - not so good on a cold winter's June day. I think it would be best drunk on a hot summer's Christmas Day, while you wait for the BBQ sausages to finish cooking. Nibbling cheese and crisps and drinking this beer under the A/C sounds highly appealing. I think I could do that all day.

(Full disclosure: A farmhouse cheddar did assist in writing this review)

White Rabbit White Ale (Belgian White Ale)
White Rabbit Brewery Interesting front page!
4.5% alc/vol
330ml bottle

White Rabbit White Ale

Same again, sir? Yes.

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I'm surprised that a beer whose corporate identity strongly features rabbits is low in hops...


'cold winter's June day' causes me some serious cognitive dissonance.

You have Christmas at the wrong time of the year. It should be hot and sunny.

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