deanso (10150) - Chiang Mai, THAILAND - AUG 11, 2014
33cl bottle courtesy of and shared with Kermis.
Mini gusher. Thin creamy off white head. Hazy amber pour. Ok, nothing special jfb (6354) - GERMANY - APR 29, 2014
(bottle) pours a deep ruby colour with a frothy beige head. aroma of heavy wax, some roasted wheat, dandelions, peaches, pears and powdered sugar. flavour is mostly hazelnuts and heavy cherries, slightly sweet, with more pears, rice and just a hint of alcohol. medium-bodied with average carbonation. Zarrach (4) - Grenoble, FRANCE - MAR 31, 2014 does not count
Excellent brown Belgian ale. 33 cl bottle in a tulip glass, beautiful colour, smoothy foam. A lot of taste with rich flavours (figs, dried grapes, gingerbread) and a strong character, impressive for a 7% alcohol beer. A very good discovery ! erickok (6037) - Leuven, BELGIUM - MAR 13, 2014
Glowing brown body with stable beige head, looking certainly nice. More moderate aroma than expected, bit toasty, raw grains, dark bread. Okay taste, not very layered or complex but also not too sweet. Doesn’t really need the 7% alcohol for this body, but it can’t hurt either (well, not if your moderate your drinking). It’s okay. (33cl bottle from Cave Gambrinus) allmyvinyl (10694) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 18, 2014
330ml bottle from Beers of Europe. Dirty brown pour with frankly huge lumps of proteinous gunk floating around. Nice off-white head though. Dark malt (almost wort-y) and dark sugar on the aroma, faint whiff of vinegar. Taste is sweet and sour. The lumps are a bit off-putting as they catch in your teeth. Finishes sweet. A bit crap.
tderoeck (9978) - Gent, BELGIUM - SEP 16, 2013
13/IX/13 - 33cl bottle from Willems (Grobbendonk) @ home - BB: VIII/13 (well, I guess two weeks ain’t gonna make the difference) (2013-845) Yves (3054) - Turnhout, BELGIUM - AUG 24, 2013
Clear deep brown to purple beer, aery off-white to beige head, unstable, bit adhesive. Aroma: mocha, some dried fruits, quite some orange peel, bready, bit of caramel. MF: lots of carbon, medium body. Taste: sugary start, some sort of citric sourness (been tampered with to make it a bit sour???), caramel, dried fruits and dried/candied orange peel. Aftertaste: sugar, bready yeast, lots of orange peel, slightly metallic.
Brow coloured beer with large diminishing brownish head and lots of carbonation. Malty chocolate hinted aroma. Full sparkling palate. Finish is creamed malty dry sweet ending a bit bitter. kraddel (8337) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - AUG 21, 2013
bottle at kulminator.
pours brown , very dark with a red glow.
good white fading head
smells like a coockie at grandma’s . so old, so good...
low carbo ( age? ) is definetly a good thing !
taste is sweet, dugary , very slowly fades to vanilla, of all things . vanilla becomes very strong in the late aftertaste. that is intresting ! Ibrew2or3 (8660) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - MAR 3, 2013
33cl bottle courtesy of sebletitje that pours deep copper with plugs of sediment that dropped out of the bottle right at the start (stored on its side likely) supporting a short lived tan head of foam. The modest aroma offers up a light brown sugar coated ripe red apple, some apple skin and faint muted and even musty yeastiness. The taste has brown sugar and crisp red apples as well as prunes and dates with a moderate degree of sharpness seemingly coming from the yeast and a bit of a drying tannin quality. tommann (3801) - Dudley, West Midlands, ENGLAND - JAN 1, 2013
330ml bottle. Pours dark brown with a small head, full of floaties. Aroma iswoody raisin malt with some caramel. Taste is a bit watery, mostly just raisin malt.