5.8% | 440ml
– February 13, 2020
Big herbal ale with a strange aged pine/coriander taste. Silky smooth and goes down fast.
– November 6, 2019
A very nice Wit beer with loads of fruit flavours. I wouldn’t expect anything less from a collaboration between these two breweries though.
– November 1, 2019
Another hit from DEYA
– June 3, 2019
Initial taste was good, but it did not grab me. Maybe a second can will be better
– May 30, 2019
Loads of orange on the nose and a super refreshing tasty brew.
– May 30, 2019
– May 26, 2019
nice and thick
– May 21, 2019
Very nice craftbeer
– May 18, 2019
Not my kind of beer but very good Wit beer, subtle flavours, would have again.
– May 17, 2019
Something a bit different
– May 10, 2019
Really solid nice beer, great orange taste too it highly recommend
– May 9, 2019
– May 3, 2019
Oh my lord, this is a fantastic beer! There is a slight orange flavour kicking in at the back end of it, but it’s mostly a crisp yeasty beer. It’s ridiculously easy to drink, going down so well. This is such a refreshing beer, it would be wonderful to session this on a hot summers afternoon.
– April 27, 2019
– April 25, 2019
Nice execution of what is quite a complex beer. Really prominent orange peel flavour, although somewhat limited in depth.
– April 24, 2019
– April 19, 2019
Really enjoyed this Wit. Orange, coriander and little bit of spice.
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A mixed fermentation wit beer infused with fresh oranges, a sprinkle of crushed coriander and double dry hopped with SABRO. Brewed together with the Cheltenham Champs themselves… DEYA! Blooming with soft peachy esters and classic witbier phenols with subtle harmonised flourishes of zingy orange, coconut, lime and pepper.