Nero55 (947) - Nevada, USA - DEC 26, 2013
Draft at Brewery. Hazy orange with medium white head. Aroma of grains and and some sweetness. Light body with notes of citrus (orange) and a slight tartness. Kleurplaatje (211) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - AUG 5, 2014
UPDATED: NOV 6, 2014 Poured from a 33cl bottle BBE Dec 2014. Sparkling, a bit cloudy, golden beer with a nice foamy white head. Tastes hoppy in the beginning, but evolves into a bittersweet dry and malty aftertaste which lingers for quite a while. There is also a small notion of the ’warmishness’ of the alcohol, but that doesn’t last that long. It’s aromas are quite, yeasty and grainy and slightly citrus-like. Quite carbonated as well. Overall a pretty decent beer with quite an appealling appearance. Lovely beer for a nice summer day. mjik83 (1617) - Maastricht, NETHERLANDS - SEP 9, 2014
33cl flesje bij De Boterhal, Breda
Alcoholpercentage van 5,7%
Uitgeschonken in origineel De Prael glas
Uiterlijk: goudoranje kleurig met redelijke kraag
Aroma en smaak: citrus fris, grassig, fruitig
Conclusie: lekker bier voor tussendoor als dorstlesser
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On tap at the brewpub blankboy (7788) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 3, 2015
Cloudy straw with a medium sized white head, good lacing. Mild aroma of malts, cereal and straw. Taste is malty, cereal, straw and grainy
Good and clean
[Bottle (330ml) at De Ysbreeker, Amsterdam, May 15] 3rd rating of my Paris/Amsterdam trip. Pours a deep clear orange with an average size semi-lasting frothy white head. Good lacing. Aroma of sweet fruit, citrus and grassy hops. Flavour follows the aroma and has a decent amount of hops, and like the name suggests, it tastes like a bitter Blonde. Medium bodied. Pretty good beer.
R2k2 (450) - NETHERLANDS - SEP 22, 2015
Een troebel, lichtgeel gekleurd bier met een stevige witte kraag. Een lekker zoetig en fruitig aroma wat ik zelf nog het beste kan omschrijven als het aroma van aardbeienjam. Heel even zit dit ook in de smaak, maar deze word al snel voor bitter. Een subtiel bittere nasmaak blijft even hangen.
A cloudy, slightly yellow colored beer with a firm, white layer of foam. A nice an sweet aroma which resembles the aroma of strawberry jam. This returns in the taste for a second, but it quickly becomes bitter. A subtile bitter aftertaste remains. JorisPPattyn (10062) - BELGIUM - JUL 27, 2003
Pale yellow, a bit hazy. Beautiful dense white head, as whipped cream, going down lacy. Nose with grain, wheat, white candi sugar (? - isn't added says the lable). Very dry - sugar again! Peppery, bitterish Belgian-type hops (? - Hallertau, they say...) After some time, malt fills in with a certain sweetness. Dense, full mouthfeel. Surprising for a 5.7% beer. Blind, I would reckon this a Belgian tripel. I keep tasting and feeling white candi sugar, and a harsh bite I would normally connect with Challenger or Target... Strange. But undoubtedly very professionaly brewed. Hunsell (403) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - FEB 14, 2005
UPDATED: FEB 28, 2005 Cloudy orange, nice large white head. Smells very Praelish. Very yeasty and quite sweet, but the hoppy bitterness comes in better during the drink. Decent Kölsch, another enjoayble brew of this brewery. kook (2033) - Perth, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA - APR 17, 2006
Bottle (London Drinker 06): Clear gold with a white head. Some mild spice and nice biscuity malts. A little yeasty, but a pleasant belgian style ale. Certainly didnt seem like a Kolsch to me! chriso (7586) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - DEC 16, 2006
Bottle, at London Drinker Beer Festival, March 2006. Pale gold colour. Solid perfumed hop and yeast aroma. The yeasty character continues on the palate. Good spicy hop smack on the finish. Perhaps a touch sweet. Like others, I was surprised to see this listed as a Kolsch.