f351c4v (411) - Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 3, 2009
On tap @ GLBC. Pours a cloudy amber with a small white head. Yeasty, berry aroma. Nutty almond body, hint of bitterness on finish. Not bad! Trooper11 (468) - Suffolk, Virginia, USA - DEC 30, 2006
Well this is what I get for waiting. Thought I’d be the first to rate this one when Chris the manager told me they just dusted off this recipe and this is the first batch in ten years. Had this one on the 28th at the brewery. What a discovery. The brew was a cloudy reddish amber color with no carbonation apparent a a very small foamy head. Very strong hops aroma, a bit grassy with notes of pear and a lot of fresh grapefruit. The first taste is very bitter then a bit watery (smooth) but can feel the bitterness of the hops on the roof of your mouth with a bit of sweet malt with notes of apple and cherry. Pretty mild brew but definitely a belgian style. I could enjoy this on on a daily basis. crizay (1050) - Brook Park, Ohio, USA - DEC 28, 2006
Pub Exclusive. A Belgian Red. Darker copper off brown color, small white head. The aroma is slightly fruity but not as much as I thought it would be, light fruits like apple, pear, and a grassy and floral hop aroma. Was expecting more on flavor but this was very drinkable, light toasted malts but the real flavor is the hops. It seems like they through in hops during the whole boil and dry hopped, you get the bitterness but it’s just right then citrus hops take over followed by floral and grassy hops in the fore, then grassy hops linger in your mouth. They really focused on hops being an actual flavor and not just for bittering, something I may now focus on my next few homebrews.