Wit beer can be tracked back to being brewed in the middleages in the village of Hoegaarden in Belgium. There have been many breweries, fires, closures etc and the the brand have been bought and sold numerous times between large breweries in new times. The man behind Celis White brewed in Texas, America was also the owner of Hoegaarden before he sold it and moved to America.
I bought this wheat beer in a local wine shop in Odense, Denmark at the price of 3,2 Euro for a 250ml bottle at 5%.
The unfiltered yellow beer fills the glass with a orange glow.
Fine white head, not very big, but it stays.
Sweet aroma with fresh fruit and light hops to it.
A bubbly drink with fresh light hops and fruit, a little yeast in the taste. A pleasant after taste.
Overall rating is 79 / 100