davidm (2080) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - AUG 13, 2013
Bottle from La Grand Epicerie. Nicely balanced. Aromas of grain, bread, and vanilla. Taste is sweet, with sour notes, and long length. Palate is creamy, and medium bodied. Orange, with a frothy head. Pharisee (1) - - SEP 2, 2017 does not count
This stuff is dangerous.... It goes down so easily. The smooth taste belies it's strength and you can easily be fooled into thinking you you can drink a couple more. Be warned!!! BlackHaddock (7515) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 11, 2012
Brown 33cl bottle, best before 31st Dec 2012. Poured into a ’Hoegaarden Grand Cru’ stemmed tulip. This is the first beer in an ’odd ball reviewing evening’ (June 2011).
Almost pilsner in looks, bright golden yellow with a good deep snow white foaming head. I left the sediment in the bottle, hence the clean, clear appearance.
The yeasty aroma tells you it isn’t a pilsner, the smell is a good blend of mixed herbs and spices along with the yeast esters.
The flavours found in the smell are all there within the taste also, lovely well balanced brew which has good carbonisation and an alcohol content that is happy to stay in the background rather than taking over like some beers within this style. A peppery feel in the aftertatse, very pleasant.
A good beer, easy to drink and one of the best I’ve had from France (who as brewers are going up in my estimation).
Bozo_skeleton (1164) - Grenoble, FRANCE - APR 30, 2013
Superbe biere de garde.
Cette blonde doree bien voilee genere un col persistant de bulles moyennes. Des aromes de cereales et de fruits legers. Equklibre parfait entre sucre et amertume. Attaque sur le miel, final doux. omhper (25351) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - APR 2, 2007
Bottled. Cloudy golden, average head. Buttery, lightly cellary nose. Dryish and soft with notes of butter and newly mown grass. An uncomplicated laid back beer, fairly light in body and with average bitterness. Typical French ale - I like it!
Furseth (2165) - Kungälv, SWEDEN - APR 7, 2007
UPDATED: MAY 31, 2007 Bottle 0,7l. Sparkling clear yelow colour, with a creamy head.
Aroma of fruit,yeast,and a nice hopy end.
Flavor is fruity,yeasty, and a nice maltynes.Medium body, and a medium finish. Nice belgian blonde.
sir__v (2630) - FRANCE - AUG 10, 2015
UPDATED: SEP 29, 2015 On tap in a restaurant in Wissant, FR. Color: golden blond beer with small carbonation and heavy white foam. Smell: caramel and sweet malt domination. Good fruity notes. Finish cereal and caramel. Taste: good balance with good sweet malt and bitterness balance. The foam is very nice. Good sensation on palate. Very nice attenuation. Good caramel and bitterness finish. Very nice and easy drinkable. Aftertaste: nice sweet bitterness and fruity finish. Very good beer! Not the best but I enjoyed it! Moz (613) - Gothenburg, SWEDEN - MAR 2, 2007
UPDATED: MAR 3, 2007 Bottle, 75 cl. Slightly hazy golden colour with a large off-white head. Aroma of yeast, citrus & rhubarbs. Mild yeasty flavour with a small dose of grape fruits and vanilla. Soft mouthfeel. lgklotet (432) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - MAY 2, 2007
Bottle. Gold, hazy. Lots of yeast. First Biere-De-Garde sampled. This is really good, flavourful but "light", has character but not very "demanding". JorisPPattyn (10061) - BELGIUM - APR 1, 2008
Huge, very dense & fine just yellowish head, persistent and leaving fine lace over golden beer with orange highlights. Fruity, hot malts, gassy, garden weeds & herbs. Toasted malts, bit of caramel, tad sweet with a fine bitterish finish, and a CO² enhanced sourishness. Flowery, more garden herbs. Delicate but sure balance. Titillating, not fizzy; light to medium body. Excellent, light drinking ale - pity about the too discreet nose. Worth looking for!