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Our interpretation of a classic Belgian Witbier, with its cloudy hue complemented by notes of coriander & orange peel. A Great White without the bite.
6 pack 330ml bottles, 12 pack 330ml bottles, on tap Alcohol by volume 5.0%, IBU 10.0
Like the mighty shark that shares its name, our Great White's a complex and oft-misunderstood beauty. Beneath the smoothness of wheat are subtle waves of coriander and orange peel, and deeper still lurks a cloudy cornucopia of yeast-driven flavour. What can you taste? Bubblegum, banana and Turkish delight? Check. Rhubarb and custard to follow? Certainly. Raspberry, aniseed, citrus and coriander on the way down? Enjoy.
Great White is what we reckon a great Witbier should be. Since its 2006 launch, it's been circling the local beer awards, snapping up medals on several occasions, most recently the best in class at 2014’s inaugural New World Beer & Cider awards. It's also been sighted in Aussie waters, taking gold at the Australian International Beer Awards in 2008, as well as a number of other medals since.
Thought beer was just malt, hops, water and yeast? Like the classic Belgian Witbiers that inspired us, Great White has a bit more going on beneath the surface. First, there’s that wheat, which makes this a smoother, sleeker creature than your average beer. And that specialty Belgian yeast that offers up flavours of cloves, banana, bubblegum and rose petals. And those flavours of orange peel and coriander? They’re from the orange peel and coriander that we add, in keeping with the Belgian tradition.
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