After Wang Xiaoni’s White Moon
The midnight moon exposes every fail.
I smell no hints of spice.
All the Witbier’s flavors
are missing like Charlie Horman.
The beer is a no.
No single drink
can make this seem a Wit.
I lift my tongue to swirl beer
hope for hints of citrus
until I forget to swallow.
White Ale’s lasting impression
is as an unnecessary remake of Summer Ale.
The beer lands in my belly
leaving my wanting mouth.
3 thoughts on “Beer Review Poem: Boston Beer Company’s Samuel Adams White Ale”
A bad Sam Adams beer? Huh. Now I will have try it (sans verse) to verify your verdict.
oh, i wouldn’t say it’s weston brew co. bad by any stretch of the palate – but just kind of superfluous considering Summer Ale. so what’s your impression of Sam Adams Blackberry Wit? i think that one’s a miss too.
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