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Brewed By: New Holland Brewing Company

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Number of Ratings: 500

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

Brewed In: 684 Commerce Ct, Holland, MI 49424, USA

ABV: 5.5%

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Cobrasnake21 profile pictureCobrasnake21 - January 17, 2014
The bitter outweighs whatever nice flavors you initially get... Not terrible but they somehow messed up a Belgian white, which is my favorite... So I'm a little biased
thebigernied profile picturethebigernied - January 2, 2014
Good! Light with a little bit of hops.
BCR3 profile pictureBCR3 - January 1, 2014
Like the body and wpa citrus flavor. profile - September 8, 2013
Unique and satisfying, pale gold with fruity notes and a nice Belgian yeast baxkbone.
osubuckeye415 profile pictureosubuckeye415 - September 2, 2013
Mildly spicy, mix of wit and IPA. Smooth finish, easy to drink. Overall good
djrobsample profile picturedjrobsample - August 1, 2013
Clean crisp easy drinker.. Very good
skiisme753 profile pictureskiisme753 - July 31, 2013
Wheat beer crossed with an IPA smooth yet a hoppy finish. Tastes mainly of citrus with hints of spice. Overall a solid beer.
tgeiger05 profile picturetgeiger05 - July 30, 2013
Great wheat flavor but man does this brew finish like an IPA!! Bitter aftertaste is not my thing.
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - June 28, 2013
28JUN13, Flanagan's, Louisville, KY Draft, pint Pours a hazy golden color with a half finger of white head. Hazy a very sharp citrus nose, which translates to the flavor interestingly. It's quite hoppy, with mostly piney and citrus notes. Almost a hint if floral, bitter pineapple. It's very refreshing and extremely intriguing. It's extremely refreshing to drink. It finishes fairly dry after a good bit of citrus flavors work a citrusy bitterness cleanup. I could drink this every day. The Belgian year really compliment the hop characteristic, and lend to and extremely well balanced beer. I get a lot of IPA, but the belgianness mellows that our for a great beer.
farmerswife profile picturefarmerswife - May 27, 2013
Little hoppy. Mike does not like. Ok for me
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