Mitchell’s Backyard Brewery Belgian Wheat Beer 6pc. Pack
An Ode to the Classic Belgian Beer
One of the most aromatic expressions of ale yeast, this traditional Belgian wheat beer offers a spicy aroma and complex, rustic flavor with hints of citrus notes at the finish.
ABV 4.4%. IBU 13.
TASTING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR
Also known as bière blanche or witbiers, this beer literally means “white beer,” a moniker that reflects its body when poured. This Belgian ale pours the color of a hazy, golden sun with a white head that maintains quite well.
A light and aromatic beer, Mitchell’s Belgian Wheat Beer is delicate with a medium body and a light oaty creaminess. Every sip reveals flavours of pillowy soft wheat flavors coupled with subtle undercurrents of tangy lemon zest and fragrant coriander in the background. Definitely a refreshingly light-bodied beer from the award-winning brewers at Mitchell’s Backyard Brewery.
PREPARATION OR PAIRINGS
While wonderful on its own, Belgian Wheat Beer is a versatile food beverage, great with salads, seafood and softy, creamy cheeses such as feta, goat cheese, or mascarpone.
We recommend pairing (and using) this Belgian Wheat Beer with a beautiful recipe of steamed mussels. If you’re going for something sweet, citrusy desserts such as blood orange crepes or panna cotta with lemon is a beautiful complement to the zesty lemon notes of this wheat beer.
FROM AN AWARD-WINNING LOCAL MICROBREWERY
Brewing small batch beers at the heart of Quezon City, Mitchell’s Backyard Brewery brews with a commitment to providing fresh, honest and delicious beers in Manila. Helmed by its owner and master brewer, James Mitchell, this sincere pursuit towards crafting quality brews has catapulted this local microbrewery to the international limelight.
Experience Mitchell’s range of award-winning brews curated and delivered straight to your doorstep by The Bow Tie Duck Team. Choose from their signature ales and lagers such as American Sunrise Pale Ale (a 2019 Silver Medal Winner in the 2019 Asia Beer Championship), Mocha Stout, Honey Wheat Ale, and Hoptoberfest.
Store beer bottles upright to prevent yeast rings from appearing. They must be kept in a cool, dark place at approximately 13°C. Don’t allow beer to be caught in bright light for long periods of time to prevent it from attaining a “skunky” taste.