Samuel Adams White Ale | Chad’z Beer Reviews

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20 Sep 2010

BREWERY’S DESCRIPTION & INFORMATION: Spicy yet smooth. Samuel Adams® White Ale is brewed with 10 exotic spices: orange and lemon peel, dried plum, Grains of Paradise, coriander, anise, hibiscus, rose hips, tamarind, and vanilla. As an unfiltered wheat ale, Samuel Adams White Ale has a crisp and refreshing taste profile with the added unique character and complexity of our special blend of spices. Flavor: Crisp and malty with a distinct spice note.

The aroma and flavors are fruity, floral, and complex with a cereal malt note balanced by the Hallertau Mittelfrueh Noble hops. Color: Slightly golden to amber Original Gravity: 12.5° Plato Alcohol by Vol/Wt: 5.3% ABV — 4.2%ABW Calories per 12 oz. serving: 166 Malt Type: Two-row Harrington, Metcalfe, and Copeland pale malts, and malted wheat Hop Variety: Hallertau Mittelfrueh Noble hops Special Ingredients: Orange, lemon, dried pllum, hibiscus, rose hips, anise, vanilla, Grains of Paradise, coriander, and tamarind Yeast Strain: Samuel Adams ale yeast Availability: Seasonal (November – December) in the Winter Classics Variety Pack First Brewed: 1997 HOW THIS BEER RATES: Rate Beer: 47 (overall) 50 (style)

7 Responses to Samuel Adams White Ale | Chad’z Beer Reviews



September 19th, 2010 at 3:36 am

I just had a Samuel Adams White Ale, a few hours ago! It was excellent! 🙂



September 19th, 2010 at 3:45 am

haha awsome extra! and nice review and glass! i wish i had a glass like that. Sounds like a beer worth tryin as well. Thanks for the support bro.



September 19th, 2010 at 4:22 am

Fair score, i guess, I gave this one an A.

Hmmmm, I wonder what your 100th review will be?



September 19th, 2010 at 4:24 am

i love a huge head. no sediment because sam white ale sucks. im just angry they change there receipe. cool bonus. material the video form a 4 star to 5.



September 19th, 2010 at 4:53 am

This brew was ok…didn’t wave my flag to much. For all the ingredients they used in this, I didn’t seem to taste very much. I prefer other Belgian wits over this one. Not one of my favorites from SA…but decent. Good review.



September 19th, 2010 at 5:46 am

You’re right, this is more of a weizen glass. The pilsner glasses tend to look more like an upside-down cone, with straight sides.



September 19th, 2010 at 6:36 am

I really enjoyed this on tap at a restaurant with a not so grand beer selection. T’was a nice surprise. Go Rays.

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