sebletitje (10293) - Enghien, BELGIUM - NOV 20, 2008
courtesy of Keifdog
750 ml bottle.
Pours hazy brown, flat with little head.
Aroma, buckwheat and yeasty.
Taste, floral, yeasty, loaded with floating sediments.
Nothing really special here, all we could get was the overbearing presence of the floating chunks. Maria (10211) - Thisted, DENMARK - OCT 11, 2008
Courtesy of Fonefan. It’s a beautiful, red-brown beer with a creamy head. The aroma has notes of sour malt, fruit and berries. The flavour has a light sweetness, notes of slightly sour malt, yeast, berries, light fruit and candy sugar. It’s an OK buckwheat beer. tderoeck (10195) - Gent, BELGIUM - NOV 16, 2012
28/X/12 - 25cl bottle from Geers (Oostakker) @ home - BBE: 2014 (2012-1206) Thanks to Erwin for sharing the beer!JorisPPattyn (10072) - BELGIUM - AUG 21, 2009
Clear purple brown beer, small aery off-white to beige head, unstable, non adhesive. Aroma: floral, spicy, some citrus, fruity, dried fruits. MF: ok carbon, light to medium body. Taste: pretty sour start, some vinegar, sour red berries, pretty spicy, some honey. Aftertaste: red berries, sour, bit infected, honey, earthy.
Very thick-set, cream coloured head, irregular, over chestnut-cola coloured beer. Very outspoken coriander nose, soupy, sweet malt and colouring. Citrus, and lots of sugar, even melasses, but ending sweet. All the time "enriched" by the evil seeds, of course. Just ast the blonde, very fizzy, overcarbonized. Despite this, there’s an oily slickness, leaving a film on the tongue. Certainly not Silenrieux’ best try. One would believe Du Bocq.MartinT (10036) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - NOV 1, 2005
Earlier Rating: 3/9/2004 Total Score: 3
Slight gushing to huge, beige head; foxy-amber beer, all clear. Adstringency in the nose; glue, solvent, plywood and straw. Maybe some dark candi sugar. Quite smoked taste at the onset, dark malts, and - I guess - buckwheat indeed. Unfortunately, the solvent aroma's are back retronasal, if less. Slight acidity and adstringency. Quite well bodied, nevertheless. The solvent is a brewing fault, IMO. Sad, because the beer behind it seems to deserve better.
bb (9789) - Alamo, California, USA - JAN 17, 2008
A moving universe of floaties dallies below the corked apricot juice. Rustic supernovae have exploded, but long ago it seems, as mostly remnants are perceived.
The momentous yeastiness was predictable, but not the pretentious, invasive carbonation. Fruity sweetness wades in the soft, dry cereals, but in the end offers little to please.
Your apartment maybe well decorated, but if you never clean it...
Bottle. Rich brown beer with a big tan head. Grainy, earthy, spicy, yeasty aroma with a bit of fruit. Caramel, yeasty flavor with cocoa and spice. Lingering caramel and spice. Medium body. Skinnyviking (9720) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - FEB 8, 2010
Bottle. High creamy and lasting white head. Hazy brown body. Mild caramel fruity aroma. A bit thin fruity malty caramel flavor with little hops bitterness, low carbonation and a short aftertaste. kraddel (8894) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - JUL 10, 2014
Pours dark brosn small white head .
Smell is sweet , plastic , metal , spices in a bad way
Taste is sweet , spices . Thin mouthfeel . Average to high carbo .
Sweet spices aftertaste .
Meh downender (8891) - Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - MAY 3, 2008
Bottle. Ruby red, with big carbonation and a decent off-white head. Aromas of wood, grain and caramel, with some hedgerow fruit. Flavour was slightly sweet, with some herb and wood flavours - it tasted like a Scottish traditional ale, and a decent dry finish. Enjoyable. Ibrew2or3 (8828) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - NOV 21, 2008
Courtesy of Keifdog. Pours rosie copper with thin off white head and flat brown floaties. The aroma is moderate with some cherries and apples to go along with raspberry fruity tartness. The taste seems much the same but has a sugar engorged raspberry kool-aid quality to it. Hmm. Behind the kool-aid are muted notes of wheat and possibly malt.