Estrella Damm Inedit is a Belgian-style Witbier brewed by Damm S.A., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a shaker pint glass from a bottle.
Upon pouring, the ale is quite clear but its golden body becomes cloudy as the brew settles. A finger-thick cap of loose white foam tops the liquid and shows modest retention. Streaks and dots of residue cling to the glass during the reduction. Dense patches of lace stick to the sides during consumption. A few bubbles rise in the glass.
Its aroma is faint but has a pleasant scent of wheat, yeast, and coriander.
Hops in the front and in the back provide a bite that’s grassy, floral, and punched with citrus. A clean wheat base ties the palate together. Finishes with a taste of fruit, a hint of bubblegum, and spiced with coriander and pepper.
Its feel is grainy and somewhat dry with a medium-light body and moderately-high carbonation.
The Estrella Damm Inedit may not be a typical witbier with its hoppy palate and grainy feel. But it is certainly enjoyable. Its light body and peppy feel make this brew an easy drinker while its low ABV makes this wit very sessionable.