Coal Harbour Brewing Co. – Woodland Witbier


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4 out of 5


  • Brewery: Coal Harbour Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Witbier
  • Pros:

    Unique, spiced Witbier

  • Cons:

    Slightly odd flavour combination

  • Conclusion:

    Unique and delicious twist on the Witbier style.


Coal Harbour Brewing Co. – Woodland Witbier Review

The new Woodland Wit comes from the personal recipe collection of Coal Harbour Brewing’s head brewer Ethan Allured. The Woodland Wit is lightly clouded and a golden-orange coloured ale. Three fingers of head top the aromatic witbier giving off notes of coriander, orange peel, wheat and the slightest of pepper spice. This complex smelling beer will not disappoint. The flavour is big with citrus starting off with strong orange peel flavours, coriander and wheat. This flavour builds with increasing orange peel until the Szechuan pepper kicks in making for a very unique and well balanced flavour. Between orange sweetness, peel bitterness and pepper spice the triangle is complete and together they make a delicious and truly unique witbier.

Alcohol – 5.25%
IBU – 21
Size – 650ml
Price – $6.60 (Craft Beer Retailer)
Released December 2013 (not on website)


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  1. Frank_Z
    Frank_Z 9 December, 2013, 00:18

    nice, I have to get this. I was able to have a taste a long time ago and I liked it, especially the darker color

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