Just like you, but different
They ran out of consonants and this is then another one of those unpronounceable beers – ’t IJ – IJwit
A 330ml bottle of a 6.5% ABV beer, with about 195 calories, only 18 IBU things, this would be 1.69 standard drinks in NZ
Formerly called ’t IJ Scharrel IJwit A full-bodied, Amsterdam wheat beer that is dangerously ‘moreish’. Slightly cloudy, it has a beautiful golden colour and a soft, foamy head. When we brew IJwit, we use wheat malt as well as barley malt, which is also how the beer gets its name. The wheat malt gives the beer a delightful, fresh flavour, and the addition of coriander and lemon during the brewing process produces a rich aroma of banana, citrus and spices. Topped off by a fine, slightly sweet aftertaste, IJwit is a delicious thirst-quencher.
Same old familiar aroma from this style of beer.
Lemon citrus wheat beer familiar on the nose, musty aroma under,, really dencet flavours and profile in drinking this, it’s much more than I thought I would be.
Here then is a beer that is what it says on the label, it’s clean,. refreshing, has some nice flavours and is pretty decent, not dressed up or challenge you to taste what the marketing people say it is. I like that.
However there isn’t anything else in this except easy drinking, which is a pretty crowed field. Eventually the sweetness of this would catch up ab become perhaps cloying and you’d need a change of beers to refresh your tongue.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 7 a of its things from the thing. It’s a really clean drinking beer that refreshes but does not challenge you to more than that.
The double dip review
BELGIAN WHITE & WITBIER
Belgian style wheat beers are very pale, opaque, with the crisp character of wheat, plus the citric refreshment of orange peel and coriander. Ingredients sometimes also include oats for smoothness, and other spices such as grains of paradise. Serve with light cheeses or mussels.