anstei (2610) - Zurich, SWITZERLAND - FEB 27, 2015
On tap at The Local Taphouse. Pours a light color, but I can’t tell which one because of the light. Weak nose, but a tasty sweet and light body. Dry finish. Feels well seasonable. Shark_Pants (765) - 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. ShaneJ (910) - 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! StevieT (2039) - AUSTRALIA - JUN 30, 2014
From a growler from Murray’s. Pours a clear amber, tiny white head, big hop bitter flavours and a citrus aroma. It’s smooth finish makes it definitely sessionable. shaunfield (73) - adamstown, AUSTRALIA - OCT 13, 2013
This is a fantastic beer. Very fruity to the palate and leaves a refreshing after taste in your mouth.
markfield81 (47) - 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
CitrusP (66) - Newcastle, AUSTRALIA - OCT 2, 2013
Pours with a fairly pillowy white head that settles to about a finger worth, strong yeast and bread in the aroma, has a slight stone fruit and apricot in the nose too, very pleasant. Apricot come through on the taste with a heap of belgian yeast, finishes dry with spicy hops and a atypical lingering bitterness/breadiness. Great carbonation, soft but present. Not my favourite style, but this one is a real winner and a credit to Murray’s as I find Australian brewers belgian styles can tend to be dissappointing. Sevenlee (1846) - Central Coast, NSW, AUSTRALIA - SEP 6, 2013
Pours a hazy yellow with a small white head. Aroma is malt, citrus, yeast, spices and hops. Taste is moderate sweet leading to a dry spicy finish. Not bad.