A Wit made in the traditional sense with unmalted wheat and spiced with citrus peel and coriander. Fermented with the Idle Hands house yeast in such a way as to add additional fruit complexity without the usual spiciness. This beer is unfiltered and cloudy as a hazy summer afternoon. The light tartness in the finish makes it the perfect beer to quench your thirst after a hard days work. ABOUT BLANCHE DE GRÂCE: Literally translated to “the white of Grace”, this beer has been a favorite of Grace’s from the time it was first homebrewed several years ago. Over the years, the spicing in the recipe has undergone constant refinement to the point where the spices now serve to compliment the soft, wheaty character of the malt instead of dominate it. As with many of our beers, we prefer to subtly tease you with the spices instead of bashing you over the head with them. We think you’ll find that these flavors add an interesting note that is both quick and refreshing – just as wit should be.