A light, crisp and refreshing Belgian style Wit. Flavored with orange peel and coriander. This wheat ale is a 400 year old beer style that died out in the 1950s; it was later revived by Pierre Celis at Hoegaarden and has grown steadily in popularity over time. Wit means “white,” a name that describes the beer’s pale color and cloudy appearance. “Widow Maker” is a logging term meaning a loose limb that may fall on a logger and make that logger’s spouse a widow.
Northwest Beer Guide