Urrkhest (16) - HUNGARY - MAY 22, 2014
Bottled 0,33 at Csak a jó sör. After you heared that this beer is a clone of the famous Duvel, can be a bit strange. It has a very nice appearance, with a long white foam, citrus in smell, and a bit alcoholic aftertaste. You can taste the added candy sugar in it, but can’t the dryhopping as it mentioned. I think it can be a beginner clone for Tripel Karmeliet... but of course not as good as the original. Something like the first batch of a hobby brewer. Duvel has more dry and more hoppy taste. But not bad at all. szekizsoke (5) - Budapest, - MAY 9, 2014 does not count
A gyümölcsös söröket kifejezetten szeretem. Ez is kicsit fűszeres, gyümis aromás sör, de olyan középkategóriás nálam. Szépen gyöngyözik viszont.... a számban is. lorincza (11) - Budapest, - MAY 8, 2014
A logója miatt választottam, én is dühös voltam. Nem azt kaptam, amit vártam, én egy erősebb ízre vágytam, a citrusos íz nem dobta fel - nekem, de ígérem újra kóstolom majd! graziano85 (480) - Budapest, HUNGARY - APR 2, 2014
UPDATED: AUG 28, 2015 Bottle at Léhűtő, Budapest.
Orange colour, with almost no head, very little and fast disappearing.
Smell is hoppy, citrus hops, with some tropical notes, maybe mango, and maybe coriander too, and also some herbal notes. Taste has similar notes, even tea, quite sweet and with a little bitterness. Low carbonation, and alcohol well hidden. Dry finish, but not so much as they write on the label.
It’s an ok beer, not bad at all, but I was a bit disappointed, I expected better concerning what I read about.
First of all, on the bottle it’s written "belgian style", but I never drank a belgian beer similar to this one, it looks more like an IPA (just for the aroma, not for the bitterness) to me, or to an IPA/Blanche mix.
Second, I’m not sure if they wanted to do something like Duvel (if not why all these similarities on name and label?)...but this beer has nothing to share wih the original Duvel, and neither with the more aromatic Duvel Triple Hop.
This is totally different. Duvel is by far on a higher and different level.
But I repeat, it’s not bad, it’s an ok beer, but not so special as I read around. nyari (2) - HUNGARY - JAN 8, 2014 does not count
Light fruit and spice character, nice belgian-style ale with small sweetness of alcohol. Unfortunately I feel aftertaste some favor of oxidation.
dr.dod (523) - Szeged, HUNGARY - JAN 7, 2014
33cl bottle. It is a very correct belgian ale from Hungary. :) Coriander, orange are in the odor, and so the taste but there are strong citrus for the yeast. Nice malty aftertaste. It was a little bit old for an ale so there were vinegar.:( Foam is nice but quickly disappearing. TheCametron (2480) - CZECH REPUBLIC - DEC 25, 2013
Bottle from the Nick Marley Budapest junket. Pours hazy gold with a quickly diminishing White head. Aroma of lemon and Belgian yeast. Flavour lets the aroma down a bit. The beer was pretty good.