Treebs (872) - , Illinois, USA - JAN 5, 2013
22 oz. bottle served in a Pipeworks snifter. The batch # spot is blank on the bottle.
A: Pours a hazy yellowish color with a quick dissolving white head forming on the pour. As it subsides it leaves some soapy lace.
S: Some lemony flavors with a little Belgian yeast. Slightly spicy with some grainy and bready malts. A touch of sweetness as well.
T: Lemon candy with some citrus zest. Slightly sweet bready malts with some Belgian yeast. A little phenolic with some light spice as well. A clean finish.
M: Nice drinkability. Light bodied with some medium carbonation levels. Goes down quick, easy and clean.
O: A nice sessionable Belgian-style pale ale. Nothing jumps out as being crazy to draw you in, just pretty standard overall with some nice citrus zest.
Serving type: bottle
jahshuwuh (567) - USA - JUN 8, 2013
Hazy light yellow with a ridiculous amount of white bubbly head. Smells of orange zest, clove. A spicy highly carbonated initial taste with just a light sweet in the middle with some medicinal like tastes, little bitter. Tastes are subtle and not very impressive but its an ok session.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone novels (424) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 14, 2013
Another solid offering from Pipeworks- the more I taste from them the more impressed I get. This Belgian ale is an interesting offering, with yeasty and basement aromas on the nose. Pours medium yellow with a nice white foamy top, rather sticky and with great retention. At a sessionable ABV, I could have enjoyed this all evening.