Yeah, not so much.
Anyway, this is their Belgian Witbier styled offering, brewed with coriander and orange peel and unfiltered. According to RateBeer it’s 5.25% alcohol by volume.
Appearance: Hazy straw (pale) yellow, with a crisp white head.
Smell: Delicately floral with coriander and lemongrass; lightly wheaty.
Taste: Grassy wheat with a hint of sourness and the delicate, crisp bite of coriander. A touch of bitterness. Light and tasty with the right level of sour fruitiness.
Mouthfeel: Light and refreshing, with a nice body from the unfiltered yeasty haze.
Overall: Very tasty, and the unfiltered aspect is excellent (I’ve had other Wits that are filtered—not as good). Would be perfect (naturally) on a hot summer day.