Woodchuck Belgian White joins Private Reserve series

Woodchuck Belgian White

Press Release:

(Middlebury, VT) – The artisan spirit is alive and well here in the Green Mountains of Vermont, and that has never been more apparent than with the world’s first Belgian White-style hard cider.

This limited run cider carries on a tradition of innovation, first forged two decades ago, when Woodchuck Amber reinvented hard cider in the United States.

Cloudy, with a rich, golden hue reminiscent of wheat beer, our Belgian White presents a delicate aroma and taste, mirroring the Belgian tradition of a coriander and orange peel profile, laced with the complexity of apple notes and classic Belgian beer yeast. Enjoy with a slice of orange, and pair with light seafood fare, mixed greens and an assortment of sharp cheeses.

It is 5.5% alcohol by volume – and as always with Woodchuck – naturally gluten free.

Woodchuck Hard Cider is Independent to the Core. It’s a spirit that has served us well. Belgian White is the latest addition to our rich history in hard cider.

Private Reserve Belgian White – be one of the select few who will enjoy the fruits of our labor.

5 thoughts on “Woodchuck Belgian White joins Private Reserve series

  1. Woodchuck, Y U SO SWEET!? I will try this, out of morbid curiosity. Hopefully one of my local shops will be willing to sell just a single bottle.

  2. Too bad Vander Mill in Michigan made a cider with Belgium wit yeast over a year ago. Sucks Wood Chuck doesn’t have an original thought in their whole company.

  3. When opening this bottle, the orange and apple were racing to be the first to enter into my olfactory nerves, the battle ended in a tie. I was taken away by the cirtrusy wallop that this Belgian White-style cider presents. The initial hit to my pallet was coriander followed by what felt like the juice from an orange peeled right inside my mouth. But of course as Woodchuck manages to do time after time, the apple was very obvious at the back end of the sip.

    The glass hinted a golden-cloudy pour like a typical wheat beer. I was very satisfied after drinking and abstained to just one of the two bottles I was lucky enough to get my hands on. Way to go Woodchuck!

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