davidm (2080) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - MAR 20, 2011
On tap at BeerDeLuxe. Exceptional beer. Aromas of apple, caramel, dough, and a hint of flowers. Taste is sweet, with bitter notes, and very long length. Palate is velvety, and full bodied. Dark yellow, with a frothy head. ShaneJ (898) - AUSTRALIA - JUL 6, 2014
Bottle from Cellar Door. Clear dark amber, creamy off-white head, citrusy, funky, doughy, biscuity, spicy, candy sugar, peaches, high bitterness, smooth creamy texture, long dry bitter finish. Amazing! Shark_Pants (763) - AUSTRALIA - JAN 17, 2015
Cloudy gold with very small short lived off-white head. Fantastic aroma - really sweet with belgian candi sugar, bubblegum and dried fruits (pineapple, apricot, papaya), but also a nice earthy/funky yeast note to it as well. Coriander comes through as it warms too. The taste is also sweet but earthy/funky and has a really nice light bitter and dry hop finish which helps avoid any cloying tendencies. Honey, candi, dried fruits, lemon, coriander are all there. Full bodied and oily. Very well balanced, Murray?s have really hit the mark with this one. beercartel (1) - Artarmon, Sydney, AUSTRALIA - APR 14, 2012 does not count
Belgian attributes are quite obvious, a good beer - just need to work out best time to have it
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone markfield81 (42) - adamston, AUSTRALIA - OCT 13, 2013
Murrays have done it again, it doesn’t matter if its a dark ale or a Belgian wheat the guys know there stuff, this Belgium beer is refreshing and tasty, on a hot summers day it woile be hard to find a better beer to quench your thurst
Davros (3246) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - MAR 5, 2011
Pours amber with a large, lasting, creamy white head and lovely lacing.
Nose is very fruity, lots of passionfruit, apples and pears. Very sweet smelling. Next some doughy yeast shows through alongside soft spicy phenols. Very nice!
Similarly light flavours. And quite sweet (indicative of the use of candi sugar?). Lots of sweet malt, not so much in the way of fruit. Alcohol and high carbonation dries out the finish somewhat. I’m not sure if it’s due to high alpha bittering hops or the alcohol but the finish does feel quite sharp, almost metallic. Mind you, this fades as it warms up. Maris (1553) - Canberra, AUSTRALIA - MAR 11, 2011
From a 330 ml bottle on 11/3/2011. Pours a slightly cloudy golden colour with a substantial head. Has a very pleasant sweet floral, fruity aroma with that distinctive belgian yeast note. The flavours include sweet citrus fruits (particularly mandarin), sweet belgian malt, spices and a touch of pepper at the end. This is an unusal and refreshing take on a summer ale (the use of the word ’unorthodox’ on the packaging is definitely appropriate), though you’d need to be careful about quaffing more than one, given its well hidden strength. Another fine beer from Murrays. bmeup (679) - Ormeau, AUSTRALIA - MAR 26, 2011
A selection of Murrays beers on AF1GP day. Punk Monk’s hazy golden colour and pillowy head looks inviting. Spicy, fruity and sweetness there too. Another Gem from Murrays. Yay. Dervock (1407) - AUSTRALIA - JAN 27, 2012
Bottle 640ml - Pours hazy orange with a clean white head. Sweet perfume aroma with a violet flower aroma with sweet caramel malt and fruit (reminds me of fruit salad sweets), citrus came out stronger as the beer warmed up. Sharp bitter/dry flowery taste up front which levels out to a lingering dry finish, which last quite a while. Moderate carbonation with a creamy mouthfeel. Really liked this! SeriousBrid (2) - Newcastle, AUSTRALIA - APR 28, 2012 does not count
Pours a clear gold with a very thick creamy white head.
A sweet aroma with flowery hops, orange and pepper along with the sweet yeast, also some apple, melon, bread and leather.
Almost creamy texture, I’d say it’s on the lighter side of medium carbonation. Initially tastes sweet, floral and spicy, with a peppery finish and a bit of dry bite in the end, which is the only real indicator of the higher alcohol content. It’s unorthodox and it’s very enjoyable!