4.8% ABV, Bottle

Appearance: Pale, cloudy yellow with a high head that lingers.
Aroma: Sour citrus and some wheat.
Taste: Slight tartness with dry, citrus flavors.
Mouthfeel: Light to medium bodied; very smooth for a sour.

Imagine taking a farmhand ale and mixing it with some sour goodness. That’s exactly what you get with Jolly Pumpkin’s Calabaza Blanca, an easy-drinking sour witbier. This would go well with a variety of dishes, and is a perfect start to the spring season.

4.8% ABV, Draft

Appearance: Orange-yellow with a small head.
Aroma: Banana and cloves.
Taste: Banana, spice and some bread-like qualities.
Mouthfeel: Medium bodied.

Kuhnhenn’s Wit is what I like to call a spiced-up version of a typical hefeweizen. The banana and clove flavors are there (along with some sweet bread). But what you get with Wit that you wouldn’t otherwise is a sharp spice during each sip. Its crisp-ness, matched with the flavors, create a pretty balanced witbier that’s enjoyable to drink.