ilovedarkbeer (2741) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - DEC 2, 2013
Great new world meets old world beer. Notes of orange citrus, wheat, floral hops, yeast, and fruit. solidfunk (8964) - Washington D.C., Washington DC, USA - NOV 30, 2013
Nice Belgian pale. Pours cloudy orange with ok head and lacing. Light florals and Belgian yeast and some citrus hops here. Finishes with light bitterness. Well-balanced session Belgian ale. Bottle. can8ianben (1545) - State College, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 22, 2013
Crisp and pale, but still a harsh bitterness. A bit sweet on the palate, but an aggressive beer overall. Jayb0 (1197) - Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA - NOV 15, 2013
Bottle. poured almost like apple juice/cider, same color and with the same sort of bubbly unattractive and quickly dissipating head. But other than that, very good, very bready in the nose and estery. The hopping is good. At colder temps slightly harsh/metallic but smooths out as it warms up. Fruity and well rounded. njnut (486) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - NOV 11, 2013
UPDATED: NOV 19, 2013 This is an American twist on a Belgian for sure. Not to say it is bad just not waht I am used to from a Belgian. Poured into Chimay glass a amber color with a slight cloud. No yeast residue in my glass or bottle. Aroma was of wheat with a slight sour note. Taste was also of wheat. Cascade hops are distinct. Finished with a mild bitterness. I re-rated this from org. First bottle had flaws that rest of six did not. Enjoyed next five much more. Yeast was in all others.
BeerandBlues2 (13323) - Escondido, California, USA - OCT 20, 2013
Bottle shared by ajax25g. Pours clear dark gold with a small, fizzy white head, short retention with spare lacing. Aroma is toast, cookie and biscuit malt with earthy hops, pear esters. Flavor is malt dominant with medium spices, fruity esters, light hops and bitterness with a dry finish. Medium body and carbonation. One2remeber (247) - Bucktown, Ohio, USA - OCT 18, 2013
Bottle. Review 06.29.11.
A: Pours a thick head with a bubbly texture on the outside and foamy on top with a slightly dirty white color. The body is a glowing very dark orange / reddish tint of brown. Overall the body reminds me of swimming in a murky lake. Carbonation looks excellent.
S: Very distinct clean Belgian aroma, with citrus notes, heavy spice, slight undertones of ginger.
T: Very complex taste, yet well balanced. Not over the top spicy which can be a huge turn off for my taste buds. Not extremely light for a pale ale either, has a good body to it. Lingering taste is almost soapy.
M: Bubbly on the lips then switches to a clean finish of yeasty spice. Lingers of herbal spiciness of something you would find in the woods. Slightly bitter on center of pallet, more bubbly on the outskirts than bitter.
O: Verboten is spot on for the style with an above average flavor. Would recommend to an avid Belgian beer drinker. Easy to drink, but want to savor to let palate take it all in.
merc7186 (3142) - North Tonawanda, New York, USA - OCT 5, 2013
The beer has a decent appearance with a nice hazy orange color, the beer has a nice white head, some lacing on the glass, and is well carbonated. The smell is okay, you get a mild sweet smell from the belgian side but that’s about it. The taste is okay too, you get the spices from the belgian side and a mild citrus from the hops but it is very mild. The mouthfeel leaves you a little bitter and an aftertaste from the yeast. Overall, an okay beer but a weak offering from a good brewer. It left me a little disappointed because I was expecting more. eRock_2013 (471) - South Carolina, USA - SEP 22, 2013
An enjoyable Belgian pale ale from an unexpected source in east coast Pennsylvania. A moderate, not overwhelming sour/bitter aroma and taste. attractive appearance with solid head and lacing. Relatively clean finish for a Belgian pale. Hoppy notes are intriguingly refreshing.
---Rated via Beer Buddy ffaoe (793) - Moorestown, New Jersey, USA - SEP 21, 2013
slight hop aroma. light amber and slight haze in color with good head. flavor is crisp and slightly hoppy.