BückDich (5464) - McCall, Idaho, USA - JUL 26, 2005
Pale yellow gold, white head, nice lacing. Nose of bright lemon, creamy malts and light husk, a brief touch of hops and coriander. The flavor is malty, balanced, clean, nice tangy notes. Yeasty, medium bodied, delicious. SpringsLicker (3644) - Tennessee, USA - JUL 17, 2005
Bottle at Fourquet Fourchette
Clear light gold color that holds up a nice fine white head. Good Saaz aroma. Nice hoppy bitterness males this decent Pils. argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - JUL 14, 2005
(341ml bottle) Crystal clear straw body. Aroma is medium sweet, grassy, light honey. Taste is medium sweet, hay/grassy, honey. Watery light body. CaptainCougar (7133) - Columbia, Maryland, USA - JUL 12, 2005
Bottle sampled at Fourquet Fourchette: Pours a very pale golden with a fizzy, short-lived white head. Very subtle, noble hoppy aroma has hints of dry pale malt. Smooth, yet pretty uninteresting body has a good noble hoppy presence. A clean, drinkable lager, but nothing great. beanmedic (347) - Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 11, 2005
nothing really special here in my opinion. its not bad, but the style holds it back. good for unibroue for deviating from the belgian ales though.
Sully (1380) - Potts Point, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA - JUN 6, 2005
A bit of departure from the usual style of the bottle and labelling, presumably like it was in the fifties. Well if this is a fifties style beer then welcome to the past. This is a very nice beer with all the hallmarks of a beer of its style. Good pils hue of pale amber and a pleasant grassiness in the nose. I detected a bit of apricot and pineapple here but not to its detriment. Great mouthfeel and presentation. A welcome departure from the usual Unibroue offerings. NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - MAY 19, 2005
Tasted like "Barn in a Bottle" and unfortunately there were animals in that barn and not just hay. I didn’t notice till later it was a Unibroue product and that was suprising because they don’t often mess things up this bad. ClarkVV (6756) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 17, 2005
2004 bottle from Depanneur Rahman. Drank this a while ago and I swear I rated it, but I guess not. . .Pours a light apricot-yellow, slight gold tinges, clear with a moderate amount of foamy white head, mostly dissipating to a ring. Smells rather dry, with lots of powdery/dusty yeast, some wet hay and corn. Perhaps the bottle sat on the shelf too long. Flavor, though, was not off, as far as I could tell. A lightly crisp, mildly grassy honey and husky grain flavor, with some oat-like flavors and a very smooth, almost slippery/oily body. Bit of thinning on the end. Dry, earthy grains are dominant. Light body, low malt sweetness, more hay, corn, vanilla on the finish. aspidites (1272) - manteca, California, USA - MAR 15, 2005
Grainy and hay flavors dominate this tiny beer. Seems a little like unfinished wort. No malt or hop flavors in particular. Finish is grainy and nonexistent. JorisPPattyn (10024) - Ursel, BELGIUM - FEB 11, 2005
Probably aged sample Huge white head, fine & dense, fed by enthousiastic carbonation, from an orange-golden beer. Cookies, biscuit, stale malt, grain in the nose. Biscuit taste, malty, slight herbal touch, bit of caramel and very faintly grassy. Very thin, watery MF, but it seems to be filled in with a dusty, chaffy batter. Prematurely aged beer? I wonder what the idea was. Too watery, fizzy.