bobaidan (530) - Southington, Connecticut, USA - SEP 2, 2014
Pours good with a nice head. Aroma is your standard Belgian ale with lots of fruity overtones. Thin to medium in body with lovely carbonation. Flavor is nicely balanced with sweet fruit and a good alcohol presence. heykevin (1287) - Decorah, Iowa, USA - AUG 26, 2014
Can, courtesy of my friend Courtenay. Lightly phenolic, Belgian estery aroma, moderate. No ester soup. Powdery hop aroma. Bright tight and well-done. Candied notes in the flavor. Appeallingly dry. I like this. Hides the boost level well. Would repete. bigda83 (879) - Jamestown, New York, USA - JUL 25, 2014
Not my favorite style, but I gave it a try. Can poured a cloudy yellow with medium white foamy head and lots of lacing. Aroma is sweet malts and also some citrus hops. Taste of caramel, sugar, hints of orange and lemon, and maybe some dried dark fruits. I’m sure if I liked the style better then the rating would be higher, but this actually wasn’ta bad beer at all. Pretty refreshing and drinkable. Didn’t notice the alcohol either. dlovell2 (2284) - Columbia, Maryland, USA - JUL 20, 2014
I decided to be a dork and save this one for my 668th rating. I love the artwork on this can, it’s pretty funny. Poured a cloudy golden color with a white head. Aroma is sweet fruity malt with some citrus. Bubbly feel in mouth. Caramel malt start with light fruity flavors of dried apricots, golden raisins and citrus. Candy sugar flavors in the middle with some spicy yeast flavors. A very light clove flavor and aroma come out as this one warms up. There Is a nice warming alcohol presence in this one. Crisp citrus and yeast finish. Maxbier (1000) - Maryland, USA - JUL 20, 2014
UPDATED: APR 30, 2015 Very cloudy golden pour. Sweet lemon saison yeast aroma. Biscuity, boozy, slightly sour flavors. Some hop notes. Sour lemon hint of bitter finish. Very nice saison. Thanks for sharing dlovell2.
freeofthoughts (688) - Raytown, Missouri, USA - JUL 14, 2014
Can pours an orange yellow with white fizz. The aroma is musty Belgian pils, golden malts sweetness with a Belgian flair. The flavor is similar with tripelish character in a big golden ale. Nice musty green grape and white plum earthiness, slightly grassy hops, really nice malts. The lingering flavors don’t change much but the moderate carbonation makes it slightly creamy with a tingle on the palate making the sweet maltier finish very smooth. Really solid brew. phaleslu (10652) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JUN 29, 2014
Can shared by DrSilverworm - thanks again, Chris! Pours a hazy, pale yellow-gold with a small white head. The aroma is very malty - crackers, bread, pale, cereal, sourdough - with straw and pears. Flavor of sweet cereal and bready malts, dried apricot, golden raisins, pear, and vanilla. A hint of pepper. Medium-bodied, with moderate to medium carbonation and a malty mouthfeel. Good, malty Belgian. Like a tripel. Ron (4182) - Rochester, New York, USA - JUN 28, 2014
Can at The Stoneyard in Brockport after a round of golf. Pours a nice blonde with about three fingers of white head. Aroma is mellow, yeasty, clove and honey, sweet. Flavor is light clove, sweet honey and Belgian yeast. DrSilverworm (9672) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JUN 16, 2014
12oz can... Thanks to Mike L. for this one! Shared with caterwaul and phaleslu. Hazy orange golden color. Thin off-white head. Leaves good bits of lace. Medium to bigger body. Smooth, crisp, lighter carbonation. Some good pear, vanilla flavors. Moderate sweet taste. Very lightly spicy. Some moderate bitterness. Interesting, unusual stuff. Solid, interesting belgian strong! Stange, unusual.. But better than expected. Looking at the can, I see that it’s brewed with some pilsner malts, and I see that now.. Works well. A nice light pepperiness to it. bellco33 (845) - Willington, Connecticut, USA - JUN 7, 2014
Poured from a can into a tulip: Pours hazy yellow with a thin white head. Aroma of lemon grass, funk pepper, and slight orange. Taste is Belgian yeast, barnyard, pepper and lemons. Light body, decent carbonation. It’s pretty good for a white.