Brewed by Brouwerij Smisje
Style: Belgian Ale - Pale/Golden/Amber
Mater, Belgium


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RATINGS: 359   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.08/5   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
This beer with Torhouts’ mustard has been craft brewed with top-fermentation at Brewery De Regenboog, but is now brewed at the new Smisje plant in Mater-Oudenaarde. Ingredients are malts, hop, candi sugar, mustard seed, yeast and water.

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Niko100 (3090) - New York City, New York, USA - AUG 24, 2017
Rich amber color; Medium slightly creamy body; Aroma of sweet malt, yeast, floral, spice, & some herbal hops; Flavor of sweet malt, yeast, spice, coriander, caramel, and some fruit; Dry somewhat spicy finish; The mustard seed is very subtle; Got to say this wasn’t that bad.

john44 (3888) - SW London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 18, 2017
Draft. Very cloudy muddy orange in colour. Earthy yeasty mustardy aroma. Prickly spicy taste. Initially sweet malty but finishes spicy earthy mustardy. Truly, a strange brew! (2008)

dmctaster (117) - Florida, USA - NOV 24, 2016
Orange with a full yellowish-orange head. Aroma is mustard seed and spices. Taste is mustard seeds and orange. Slightly tart and smooth taste.

mikske79 (1879) - Puerto Plata, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - APR 3, 2016
Geprobeerd tijdens de 24 uur van het belgische bier in 2002 in Antwerpen, net mijn notities hiervan teruggevonden. Een heel lekker aroma, zeer speciale smaak, je moet er voor zijn maar ik vond het meevallen

kraddel (10793) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - MAR 28, 2015
Bottle. Pours hazy amber. Good white head. Smell is weird. Spices, yes, but its hard to recognize mustard to be honoust. A sweet aspect, a plastic one as well... Taste is bitter, some sharp spices taste. Overpowering carbonation ruins everything once again.... The mustard aint clear, but it does have a specific touch to it. Its kinda OK , but so damn overcarbonated....

Bitterbill (2487) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - JAN 3, 2015
It pours first a hazy orange brown then turns cloudy. Great head of foam, retention, and lacing. Spicy nose to start..smells like some asian spices were used and the mustard spice clearly listed in the name. Quite a bit of sugary sweetness seeps through and there’s an earthy character here as well. Mmm..spicy, candi sugar sweets, earthy malt, cool that the mustard seeds integrate so well giving the beer an unusual but enjoyable balance. Medium body with the carbo on the lighter side. I only bought 1 bottle but I’ll buy more if it’s still around. An overall tasty son of a gun.

Bierridder_S (1869) - Oudenaarde, BELGIUM - DEC 8, 2014
UPDATED: FEB 3, 2015 03/12/2014 @home - 33cl bottle from brewery. Masive gusher!! What a pitty because after that, I really liked the beer. Amber coloured, foamy head, Smell has soms lambic like sourness, light sweetness, floral. Taste : light sourness, spices & hops, at the back some sweetness. What a pity of the gusher because its taste is verry nice and complex 01/02/2015 : re-taste, no gushing this time and the beer is much better than the 3.9 I gave earlier, damn it’s really good!

SSSteve (4006) - - DEC 7, 2014
bottle. thick murky pour with sediment and no head. aroma of caramel. sharp carbonation and thick syrupy body. flavor of caramel. lingering unpleasant bitterness in the finish and maybe the slightest hint of heat from the mustard seed. not much life left. pretty bad.

Alengrin (7274) - BELGIUM - NOV 9, 2014
Tasted when it was still made at the original Regenboog brewery, not sure if it has changed a lot since Johan Brandt moved his brewing activities, but it is hard to imagine it hasn’t. In its original form, this was a pleasant, amber coloured musterd seed beer, in which a very slight hint of mustard was indeed detectable, yet covered by a candi sugar and malty sweetness. Had some complexity and was quite enjoyable.

generallee08 (784) - New York, USA - MAY 30, 2014
This one pours the color a nice golden color with a hazy body and a foamy white head. Wostytje has a funky aroma of hard apple cider, pineapple and yeast. The taste hits you with sour apple cider vinegar and funky earthy yeast. Then it turns somewhat sweet in the middle and end with an odd bitter and mustardy finish. The body is medium with a smooth texture. Overall it’s a very odd beer. Unique. However for me the flavors just don’t work together at all.

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