I had a pair of post-dinner beers this evening, and I'd like to share my thoughts. First up was the Bell's Winter White Ale. Bell's is a very underrated Michigan brewery. I haven't had a Bell's beer yet that I didn't enjoy. I tried the White Winter Ale for the first time tonight. Like most white ales, it has a very cloudy appearance and a fairly bright color. It's got a very citrusy aroma with a few hints of spices. It's a very pleasant and refreshing smell. The flavor is crisp and refreshing. The White Ale is very citrusy in flavor as well as aroma. It's a got a very clean and distinct yeasty bite to it. There is very little after taste. It provides strong flavor while in your mouth but dissipates after swallowing. I found it strange that this was a winter brew. I think that the Bell's Winter White Ale would be a perfect summer beer. It's not heavy, the alcohol content is moderate, and it's got a clean finish. That would make it an ideal beer for a warm summer night. It provides a refreshing flavor but doesn't weigh heavily in your stomach. If you enjoy hefeweizen style beers, you will love this.