Where are you located? That will determine what's available to you in bottles. If it was an import you liked, it was likely Hoegaarden. That's the most common imported wit. IN the US, Jolly Pumpkin makes Calabeza Blanca, which I have sampled and found very good. Allagash and Schafly wits are decent, IMO. New Belgium makes Mothership Wit, which is a little bland for my taste but very quaffable. There is the Ommegang Witte, Victory Whirlwind Wit, and the Bell's Winter White, and I'm sure there's more I'm forgetting. All these are bottled and except for the Bell's and Victory I think they are all available year-round.
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