Brewed by Brasserie St-Feuillien / Friart
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Le Roeulx, Belgium


on tap

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RATINGS: 601   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.46/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
This light ale has a deep golden colour with a smooth, frothy head. It is very perfumed with an unmistakable hint of aromatic hops and a fruity (citrus) note from the spices used in production. The body has an intense yet distinctive bitterness and a strong malty taste which is a delight to the palate. The overall effect, however, is a slight dryness and hoppiness.

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fonefan (49997) - VestJylland, DENMARK - AUG 8, 2006
Bottle 75cl. Hazy golden appearance. Rich fluffy white head. Refreshing aroma of candied oranges, spices and hops. Clean orangey flavour with hints of wheat, coriander and other spices. Long hoppy, spicey and orangey finish.

yespr (46523) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - APR 22, 2008
75 cL bottle. Pours cloudy yellow with a lacing white head. Spiced coriander and light wheaty aroma with a distinct yeasty note. Flavour starts sweet and goes into a light yeasty and then spiced set of flavours. Ends somewhat bitter and spiced. Easy to drink beer that goes really well with Italian and mild spiced food.

Ungstrup (38140) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - OCT 10, 2005
A hazy orange beer with a huge off-white head. The flavor is sweet spicy, while the flavor is more fruity - especially with peach coming thru, but there is also a spicyness lying in the background.
Earlier Rating: 12/3/2002 Total Score: 3.6
A hazy yellow beer with a very nice head. It has a very nice fruity ale aroma. The flavor is of unmalted wheat malt, nice sweetness, slight bitterness, and orange. Really a nice blonde beer.

joergen (28704) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - JUN 21, 2006
Draught. Cloudy golden coloured with a white head. Aroma of malts fruits and spices. Flavour of fruits and spices.

anders37 (26824) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JUL 20, 2010
Bottle. Pours a hazy pale yellow color with a small white head. Has a sweetish spicy coriander aroma with some yeasty hints. Sweetish malty spicy coriander flavor. Has a sweetish malty spicy finish.

oh6gdx (26487) - Vasa, FINLAND - SEP 13, 2006
Bottled. Hazy yellowish golden colour with mediumsized white foamy head. Aroma of fruits (citrus), some spices and a bit sourish also. Flavour is sour citrus fruits along with rather much spices. Also malts and yeast is noteable.

Travlr (25496) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JAN 3, 2010
Bright golden color with large white head that settles slowly to the edges, good lacing. Lots going on here, with flowers, spice and grass. Refreshing and malty, good spices throughout. Body is OK, medium I guess. Easy to drink, nice addition to the style.

omhper (25349) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - APR 21, 2007
Bottled. Lightly hazy golden, lively head. Concentrated aroma of orange peels and almondy yeast. Fairly sweet with solid body and sprity mouthfeel. There’s honey and Old English marmelade as well as coriander and grain. Really flavourful, and also rather well balanced. Wouldn’t stick out amongst other Belgian golden ales, but is very enjoyable.

madmitch76 (25101) - , Essex, ENGLAND - SEP 14, 2013
2nd February 2013
Light haze on this gold beer. Good white head. Palate is light and dry. Dry pale malt, pinch of white pepper. Light floral notes and a tiny bit of citrus. Dry finish. Okay but a bit dry.

Papsoe (25062) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 29, 2005
(Bottle 33 cl) In my original version simply known as "St. Feuillien" (the "Brune" and "Triple" came later. Pale golden with a huge head. Very soft and rounded body with just the right touch of hops in the dry finish. 100496

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