jtclockwork (18160) - , New Jersey, USA - MAR 21, 2018
Bottle - pours orange gold white head - nose and taste of candi sugar, orange peel, caramel and alcohol soaked bread - medium body phaleslu (11165) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - FEB 1, 2018
12 oz. bottle via long-ago trade. Pours a clear copper until the last ounce poured in, then a ton of suspended yeast floaters took over. Small off-white head that settles into a ring and very light film. It's a wee bit oxidized, with faint cardboard in caramel, rye, toast, dried fruits - raisins, maybe apricots - dry and dusty grains, booze, tea, nuts, and residual sugars. Medium-bodied, with modest carbonation and a mouthfeel that's sweet, dry, and boozy. Past its prime, but it's nearly four years old. And I still have the 12 and 13 in the cellar, woof. My fault. Anyway, this is still not bad. 5000 (6900) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - OCT 2, 2016
Bottle:   Very bready and yeasty example, a bit musty but not in the traditional Belgian sense.   Its thick, almost cloying, but stops just short of it.   Very sweet and sticky, and very American like.   Does have some very mild dark pitted fruit notes, or maybe I should say golden raisin?   Moderate to full body and mouthfeel.   Finishes very much American, thick and bready, sweet, sticky, but thankfully not cloying. mar (5503) - Dallas, Texas, USA - AUG 13, 2016
Gold with a white head. Heavy sugar, floras, yeast and alcohol on tree. Chewy palate, bug alcohol up front, floras, sweet, burn in the finish. M15ter (60) - - JUL 30, 2016
Golden, hazy, with thin white head.
Butterscotch, maple syrup, and vanilla aromas.
Sweet flavors throughout with slight sourness.
Wood, alcohol, honey, and slight fruit flavors.
Easy drinking for a high alcohol beer.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone
mysticbrew (121) - - MAR 18, 2016
Pours a golden hazy with a chalk white head the keeps lacings around the glass to the finish. The nose has yeast esters that are present in the flavor. A flavorful malt that finishes with the dryness of the rye and subtle hops.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone TizzleJizzle (793) - Garland, Texas, USA - OCT 4, 2015
bomber. Poured a heavily unfiltered golden color with a white top that lasted throughout. Sweet taste of Belgian yeast, citrus, fruity, rye, and biscuit malt. Lively carbonation, medium body. Overall, yet another fantastic brew in the divine reserve series! coachd (1069) - Missouri, USA - SEP 27, 2015
18 month old bottle. Smells of candy sweetness and citrus at the same time, with a hint of rye and hops in the background. very pretty and light amber color, bright with only a dollop of off white foam. Taste is very sweet with a dash of rye to balance things out. Only a faint trace of hops detected in the taste. Sweet aftertaste which brings out some of the citrus from the aroma. Great palate, slick and not watery at all. I am not at all a fan of this style and this beer still impressed me. Great and unique offering from Saint Arnold. BeerRenter76 (1068) - Texas, USA - JUL 13, 2015
Originally rated on 8/27/14. Aromas of candi sugar mostly, next comes booze with hints of wheat, fruity yeasts, and faint citrus. Body is golden With plenty of yeast floaters, the head is a thin ring that leaves spotty lace.Flavor is much the same as the aroma,the yeasts and rye spiciness comes out a bit more, and the sweetness goes down a bit. The alcohol is still a bit hot on the backside.Overall its a pretty decent representation of the style, you gotta let it warm up a bit but not bad. I have one left, think i’ll save it till winter and see if the booze backs down a touch. Nisse666 (8484) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAY 10, 2015
Bottle from Beer Frog cons 2015-05-10 Spring Hill, FL
Remember that gnoff provided the 09, 10 11 and they were pretty nice
AR: rasins, candis burned suger, wee disturbing malt extract
AP: wee hazy thick oily coppery fluid, thick cream yellowish steady 1 cm thick lid, nice layered curtains
F: rich wee bubbly carbonation, Swedish suger cake (Socker kaka), caramel, wee dried fruity, warming feeling, a dash of disturbing old butter, wee belgian yeasty feeling