adriancscott (16) - London, ENGLAND - OCT 8, 2007
Bottle: Trappist Glass.
It has a nice dark brownish red look to it with a off whiteish head that lingers and is thick. A nice capping for the beer.
Aroma of yeast barley and Dark friut.
Lovely lacing on the glass as it goes down, that keeps you wanting more.. Tastes fruitty, but not sickly sweet with a slight caramel aftertaste. I think it’s quite high in the carbonation. It is one of the better choices for a popular easy to get hold of abbey ale. Beerman6686 (6611) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 4, 2007
Tried this one up in Canada. Not bad, but I think I like Leffe Blonde better. barncatmatt (2355) - Cambridge, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 3, 2007
330 ml bottle. poured brown (when held against light its actually very dark red) with a medium off white head. lots of carbonation. subdued aromas of yeast, barley, malt and some dark fruit. the aromas were subtle and had to be coaxed out off the glass as the beer warmed. flavours were similar. lots of good stuff in there but very thin with no complexity. overall it was ok but there is much better out there. maybe a good way to introduce someone to the style. furballman (25) - Seoul, SOUTH KOREA - OCT 2, 2007
This is a great beer. It’s smooth and has a nice refreshing, and definately a bit full, mouthfeel. It has a good aroma with it’s own uniqueness to it. The taste is nice, with a fuirt and spice mixture in it, one that is more apparent in its aftertaste. I also felt that the color was a beautiful one, although dark for an ale. The head disappeared a bit faster than it should, although not in a too quick way, which caused a 4 instead of a five in appearance. It’s one of the best beers, especially of its strength, I’ve tasted so far, but I’m still new to the Belgian ones. I felt it was a great beer that I would drink regularly, one that held true to its reputation of being a high quality Belgian Abbey Beer. DownsouthGav (601) - Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 30, 2007
Pours a deep brown brew. Notes of malt and chocolate and fruit. Sweet taste with a nice vinous hoppy finish.
cheap (6205) - CHINA - SEP 30, 2007
On tap at the Sharp Edge Creekhouse in Crafton. Clear darker brown rootbeer appearance. Thin creamy head. Mild sweetish candy aroma. Aroma reminds me of Corsendonk in it’s own peculiar way. Barley any (if any) carbonation greets the palate. The brew at times comes across with a certain wine like character with it’s lack of carbonation. . This is about on par with the Leffe Blonde as far as enjoyability goes. The Blonde may be a tad better. Has a medium bitterness that build thru the session. Beautiful lacing, just enough to let you peak thru to the nakedness of this brew. swoopjones (7020) - Buffalo, New York, USA - SEP 29, 2007
Draft. Pretty good dubbel. Dried fruit. Nice brown color. Sweet fruity malty flavor. Lets hope In Bev doesn’t f&%k it up. MrB1979 (1) - BELGIUM - SEP 27, 2007 does not count
This beer is cheap and easy to find everywhere. Its flavour is great. Great beer! BrewDad (5667) - Olympia, Washington, USA - SEP 24, 2007
Tap - Barca Setalle WAMikeF (538) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - SEP 23, 2007
Seved in the proper glass and the right temp. The ber was deep amber in color with a light head. The aroma was weet and the ber was such a great flavor. robust in flavors and light fruitness like rasisn was great. This was a great beer to drink.
Slightly thin in flavor and palate. overall makes an average Belgian session ale. The robust head will lead you to think the flavor follows -- which falls short.