dwyerpg (6378) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - MAY 29, 2010
Decent smell, very cloudy orange appearance. A quite malty flavor but strange, a bit of Belgian wit feel. Very odd, but I think I really like this. A very good finish. trayns (246) - Beverly Hills, Michigan, USA - JUL 29, 2009
Plastic Bottle. The taste is refreshing, light, and very enjoyable. This beer has a very good balance of malts and hops, a little more on the malts side, but still very good. The beer was enjoyable, a good depth of flavor with the belgian yeast strands and the great depth of balance in the flavor. harrymel (1551) - Spokane, Washington, USA - DEC 24, 2013
A: pours a light golden ale with excellent clarity and flecks of yeast in suspension. Single finger white, loose foam falls to a thin quilt of the same. Cobweb lacing.
S: Bread and butter. Somewhat sweet. No real hop presence.
T: Again, bread and butter. Some sweetness in here, maybe even artificial. Again, no hop presence, but plenty of resonance. I like this beer.
M: Light and high carbonation. Does not remain on the palate.
O: I can’t really articulate why in many terms as you see, but I find this beer fun, simple, and enjoyable. I have had it many times, and continue to love it.
Serving type: bottle
04-18-2011 IndianaRed (4941) - Boise, Idaho, USA - NOV 7, 2009
High hopes on this one. It is after all a "Premium Belgian Beer". How could it not be. Plastic screw-top bottle and all. Very pale straw yellow and a decent white persistant head that leaves nice stringy lacing. Light sweet light malts slightly papery aroma. Honey.
Low on the bitering hops for ballance. Tart slightly dry aftertaste. A sweet pale lager.
And by "sweet", I dont mean....SWEET ! Cornfield (5569) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - FEB 6, 2009
I picked up this oddity at the Binny’s in Orland Park, IL, for $0.99. It came in a green plastic 16.9 oz twist top bottle and listed the ABV at 5% rather than the site’s posted 6%. Frankly, I was surprized to see it listed as a Belgian Ale. It seems more like a cheap pale lager. Looks like one, golden bodied with a fizzy head that quickly reduced to a film. Smells like one, a bready, corny sweetness with a hint of pale malt and some grassiness. Tastes like one, some bland sweetness and a dose of grassy/herbal bitterness followed by a touch of metallica. The bottle calls it a "Premium Belgium Beer." I call it something that I won’t be drinking again, despite its cheapness.
JPDIPSO (6262) - Wauwatosa, USA - NOV 20, 2008
Scary soft pffft from the twist-off plastic bottle cap, but pours a straw colored liquid with a fluffy white head. Strong herbal to skunky hops. Trying to decide which way this one is going, a fresh noble hops or light struck mess. Actually settles down with some time, leaving a some minty hops along with a slightly buttery pale malt scent. A bit too much of a mess to think the smell is more deserving. Dry grain and flour start the flavors. Some herbal/wintergreen hops join in the gluey mixture. Fairly sharp bitterness in the finish, with fresh cut grass and weeds. Alcohol comes out a touch in the finish and linger. Very much like a eastern euro lager. I certainly would never have guessed this came from Belgium bhensonb (15621) - Woodland, California, USA - JAN 5, 2010
Pours light gold with a foamy white head. Aroma is bready with some mildly spicey hop. Near medium body with foamy, but sharp, carbonation. Flavor is mildly bready with a fair amount of noble hop. Finishes fairly clean and decently bitter. Not too bad for the style. k9coug (116) - USA - MAY 12, 2011
This may not be a fair rating. This came off the discount shelf of my local homebrew shop. May be extremely old. It was cloudy and had particulates. No head. Hard to drink out of plastic. Aroma of celery. But of course I finished it. Way sweet and not sour like a "Belgie" should be. BückDich (5464) - McCall, Idaho, USA - NOV 7, 2009
Plastic Bottle: Pours a clear copper color with a thin white head. The nose is metallic with some husky corn notes; lots of metal and very dirty malts. The flavor has a moderate body although with a corn and bad spent yeast note in the tail. Very rough, lots of off-flavors. Scary. Like bread on its way out. MadIndian (2743) - Levittown, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 12, 2011
Clear pour, metal / skunky aroma and taste with a splash of corn. and yeast.
Ehh. I just thought all belgian beers tasted like Rochefort 10, guess I was wrong!