Beer Review: Duclaw Sawtooth

by Chad on March 10, 2012

Duclaw Sawtooth

With the weather we’ve had around here recently, nothing wrong with going for a beer with a distinctly more summer feel, like Duclaw Sawtooth, a Belgian White.

Big white head floats on top of hazy gold. The high carbonation is very evident. Nose is overflowing with orange, coriander, and spicy yeast, just like it should be. Sweet grapes and honey come through first followed by orange and lemon. Mix of pepper and a touch of bitterness from the hops at the end. There might even be a touch of anise.

Light, crisp, refreshing. All the familiar flavors of a Belgian Witbier, with a few different ones to make it more interesting. Plus, at only 4.8% ABV, you can easily enjoy several of these. I’m quite impressed.

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