(5.00% ABV) Poured into a wine glass while overlooking beautiful Whistler, Canada on a recent trip.
White Bark Ale poured a murky white wine-like yellow, with a pure white head. Extensive carbonation was noticeable as soon as the beer was poured.
The Belgian yeast was the most noticeable feature of the beer's nose. Coriander spice was also evident.
White Bark tasted like a fairly traditional Witbier -- a spicy, citrusy mix, fairly well blended by a brewery on Vancouver Island. It was very subtle in its complexity, and one of the best beers we had while north of the border. Extremely refreshing, and definitely recommended if you visit the beautiful province of British Columbia: B+