philbertk (1873) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAY 24, 2010
Krekom Brouwerji--Ne Kameraad--2006 11.2 oz. Bottle. 7.00% ABV. 30 IBU’s. (4.5 / 5.0) Belgian Ale--Bitter. Hoppy estery Belgian brew. Very tasty both on Tap and in Bottle. Sampled 5/10/2006. goozen (4150) - Leiden, NETHERLANDS - MAR 31, 2007
Bottle 0,33ltr: Deep orange hazy looking beer, with enjoyable fruity taste. Jerre (3826) - Waregem, BELGIUM - AUG 28, 2007
Bottle, 33 cl. (BB 09/05, bougth @ Willems)) omhper (25805) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - FEB 22, 2005
Unclearamber color with a medium white head. Aroma bit yeast, malty, caramel, hoppy. Medium bodied. Taste is become obsolete, little sweet, hops, more bitter, spices, fruity touch.
Dry en little spicy aftertaste.
Draught at Akkurat, Stockholm. Reddish amber, slightly hazy. Fruity, minerally grassynose. Sweet and hoppy with clean mouthfeel, notes of almonds and yeast. Salty, resiny finish with good bitterness. biz82 (1327) - austin, Texas, USA - MAY 6, 2006
Draught, Bier Circus, Brussels. Hazy amber w/ a fast lost head. Sour, horsey, vegetable aroma. Very fresh flavor, fruity with cherry and peach notes. Clean and tart. Didn’t seem particularly hoppy to me.
TBone (18359) - Pori, FINLAND - APR 26, 2007
Bottled (bottled 10/2006) skortila (5996) - Baarn, NETHERLANDS - OCT 8, 2004
Dark amber color, creamy beige head, lace. Fruity aroma (banana). Quite fruity ale - a bit banana and caramel in the flavor, some yeasty notes. Decently hoppy aftertaste. English bitter influences (Challenger and East Kent Goldings used here) are mixed with typical Belgium/Dutch sweetness (sugar added).
Yeasty and fruity aroma. Hazy, brown-orange coloured with a lasting, thick, creamy, off-white head. Taste is sweet, malty, fruity and more hopbitter towards the end. Dry brew. Quite decent. I agree with Ol_Juntan on the IPA style approach. JorisPPattyn (10072) - BELGIUM - OCT 31, 2004
Brewed for the Zythos branch "De Limburgse Biervrienden" Amber-red, hazy beer; good amberish head, leaving fine lace. Nose formed with ambrée malts, cookies - and hops! Some caramel. Roasted, slight bitterish flavour, but much less hoppy than the nose. I detect a lot of restsweetness, and the bitterness in the taste also has a more burnt malt character. Very highly carbonated, medium bodied. Dry. Bit harsh, herbal bitterness (not hoppy) in the aftertaste. Mmmyeahh... I’m used to better from this brewery. The search for bitterness is there, but not the hops I would like to taste. Nate (4296) - Indiana, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 14, 2004
Draught at Hasselt Belgian Bierweekend. Sweet malts, honey, candy sugar, fruity. Medium-dark orange amber, hazy, with thin off-white head. Medium full body with medium carbonation. Carbonic burn. Starts sweet with caramel and some honey, but is tempered by dry fruity hop bitterness. Low acidity, medium bitter finish. Overall, really big on hops with dry finish.