Fieldhouse Brewing – Dutch Sour Wit

Fieldhouse Brewing Dutch Sour Wit


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3.7 out of 5


  • Brewery: fieldhouse brewing company
  • Beer Style: Sour, Witbier
  • Pros:

    Lightly sour witbier that has a nice range of aromas

  • Cons:

    Quite high ABV for a witbier, and the extra additions really only come through in the aromas

  • Conclusion:

    A relatively high ABV wit that still presents a nice range of aromas to enjoy

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The Dutch Sour Wit from Fieldhouse Brewing in Abbotsford was initially only available to members of the Founders Club but is since bottled and available at the brewery. The Wit is dry-hopped with Amarillo hops for some extra juicy tones and includes added dried orange peel and coriander.  The Sour Wit pours a pale, cloudy yellow colour with three fingers of dense, white head that dissipates leaving no lacing on the glass.  Aromas of tangerine, citrus, coriander and wheat are prominent, accompanied by white pepper and a slight tartness that comes through on the nose. In the mouth flavours of wheat and grapefruit present themselves initially, followed by notes of pith and yeast, with a mildly sour finish.  The body is nice, and the beer only slightly sour with a creamy, pithy bitter finish.

Alcohol – 6.0%
IBU – 18
Size – 750mL

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