Bruery White Chocolate

 

3.5

   AROMA 9/10   APPEARANCE 5/5   TASTE 6/10   PALATE 2/5   OVERALL 13/20

adamjackson (958) – Canaan, New Hampshire, USA – FEB 18, 2013

Received two of these in a trade. Have been trying to find people to share it with me but everyone says 14% is too much ABV…so whatever, I’m drinking the whole bottle by myself at home on a Monday afternoon. Enjoyed at 55 Degrees (today’s current cellar temp) in a Cantillon tulip. I am a huge fan of White Oak so am stoked to try this!A – Appearance is similar to White Oak. Light hazy orange with a wheat tone to it, 3 finger white head fades fast. Looks still in the glass with no lacing.

S – The dominant scent is vanilla beans followed by grassy and floral notes and chocolate is actually what I get the least of which is odd considering the name.

T – Starting, this taste is very refreshing. It has a hefeweizen appeal with citrus and wheat. The middle turns into what I can best describe as Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur…$13.99 @ BevMo. The finish is boozy vanilla flavored vodka, and some sort of chocolate cheesecake that’s too sweet to warrant more than just a drink of it.

M – Medium body and ultra-low carbonation

O – This is a boozy dessert beer and should be split with at least 6 people. I’m gonna finish the bottle but holy Hell this is intense.

Bruery White Chocolate
Bruery White Chocolate
Bruery White Chocolate
Bruery White Chocolate