Maybe this was not the most unique White Ale I have had but I found it to be a nice, drinkable beer. Bell's White was fairly typical of the style.
This winter beer poured a cloudy-unfiltered gold with a weak head.
The aroma was also weak but with light notes of bread and wheat.
I found the taste was dominated by the wheat and as I said earlier, fairly typical of the style.
The background was laced with mild nutmeg like spices and possibly some cinnamon. I also was surprised to tasted some floral hops at the finish. I liked the hops at the end and with good carbonation added brightness to this ale.
I have tried a number of beers from Bell's (before I started this site) and I do like this brewer a lot. Still my all time favorite from them is their Oberon.