Paste Magazine: Great Divide Whitewater Review
“Great Divide is finally legal, celebrating its 21st birthday this year, and they’re in the midst of some sizable expansions to their Denver brewery ($38.2 million, but who’s counting). They’re also putting out some different beers—releasing a sour for the first time, and putting some of their beers in cans for the first time. They’ve brewed this particular beer, Whitewater, off and on since they started brewing more than 20 years ago, but this latest version has been revamped for the modern palate.
Whitewater is billed as a ‘hoppy wheat ale,’ but you have to work your way through a mountain of hops before you encounter anything particularly ‘wheaty’ in this beer. Crack open the can and you get hit by a pungent bouquet of hoppy citrus. It smells like a dank IPA, and pours like a session IPA—light straw with just a tinge of orange…” Read more from Paste Magazine.