by Brasserie Atrium

We always love to hear the stories of why certain beers were brewed, it really brings the beer to life and makes is something more than just a beverage.  This beer from Atrium was dreamed up during the time Val and Paula were first setting up their brewery.

They wanted a tasty beer that they could drink while still doing the work setting up, and a witbier was the chosen weapon of choice.  It is a pretty typical Belgian Wit.  As well as the obligatory coriander, they’ve also added clementine peel to this beer (hence the name!)

A refreshingly light body and good level of carbonation make this beer a perfect warm weather tipple.  A firm citrus character combines with the banana and spicy yeast notes for a pleasant lingering aftertaste.

The label art is a representation of the many sunsets witnessed while enjoying a well-earned Clementine at the end of those busy set-up days. 

 

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Country
Belgium
Alcohol
5.3%
Style
Witbier
Size
330ml

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