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Beer Man: Samuel Adams' White Lantern is witbier with bite

12:05 PM, Apr. 12, 2013
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Samuel Adams just does not slow down, with a slew of spring releases consisting of an original variation of a witbier, two variety packs and the return of a favorite German lager.

White Lantern is the Belgian-style witbier, packed not only with the typical coriander and orange peel spices, but also grains of paradise and tangerine peel. The beer gets its name from the lanterns used on the ships that carried spices back to Belgium in the 17th century.

The ale's pour reveals a light straw-colored, slightly hazy beer with subtle aromas of citrus fruit and biscuity malt. The dominant flavor is of ...

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