Dorwart (2590) - Robbinsville, New Jersey, USA - JAN 23, 2005
Large frothy white head. Wispy on top. Reduces to a thin white foam. Great carbonation. Citrus, yeast, lemon in the aroma. Slightly cloudy medium gold. Flavor is pretty thin and fizzy. Light citrus and wheat. Crisp and refreshing. Finish is slightly dry and a little bitter. Decent belgian but nothing special. tiggmtl (4545) - East York, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 17, 2004
Lemon-citrus cookie-dough aroma has plenty of banana and soft wheat. Opaque yellow-straw body with huge, pillowy, sticky white head that recedes slowly with fair lace. Some yeast in suspension. Sharp clove spiciness up front with a somewhat tart citrus-lemon character emerging from beneath and a pleasant finishing bitterness. Strong carbonation engages the tongue while body is medium-light with the typically thick, wheat-beer mouthfeel. Bottle. Thanks, DYCSoccer17! Crosling (1864) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - NOV 29, 2004
Gold. Dull, slightly tart aroma of cereals, whole wheat, banana peel, sugars, peach and apricot. Strong, slightly sour and nutty yeast taste. Quite bizarre. Notes of clove, coriander yet I doubt it is spiced. So this is what is drunk during fasting times? I could get used to that. BeerLimey (2154) - California, USA - NOV 24, 2004
Clouded amber appearance, good head formation. Spicy mint aroma, fruit, apple. Light bodied palate, strong carbonation. Mildly malty, fairly yeasty palate, touches of clove and coriander. Slight astringency in the finish. Pimgref (86) - Gorinchem, NETHERLANDS - NOV 23, 2004
Nothing special. Who invented this name and yhe absolutely ugly image on the bottle!
Slick (1969) - Thief River Falls, Minnesota, USA - NOV 22, 2004
Good Cloudy golden color,medium sized white head that had a good hangtime then faded slowly yo a light lace.Nice light malt aroma with a slight spicy side and a hint of band-aid as well.Very light flavor with a mild bannana and maybe a little lemon upfront and the band-aid makes an appearence as well but not overly so.The brew comes off as very smooth,in an almost watery way actually,but as it warms it picks up a little better and gets a nicer fruity flavor and the band-aid mellows in the beginning but picks up in the after taste.Over all not bad but the B-A turns me off the farther i get into it. diabel (1714) - Aarschot, BELGIUM - NOV 22, 2004
UPDATED: JUL 20, 2005 Bottle - rerate Murky yellow body. White creamy head, good lace. Nose of hops (flowers, pine). Lightly acidic, moderately bitter initial flavour. Moderately bitter finish. Medium bodied. Saarlander (1686) - Saarlouis, GERMANY - NOV 17, 2004
A good hazy golden brew, it poured a huge head that lasted a long time. Flavor was a bit spicy, citrus. Almost like a witbeer, but a harsher taste, not bad. marcus (10227) - Sacramento, California, USA - NOV 8, 2004
This pale golden ale pours with a white fluffy head. The initial taste is hoppy, with a somewhat bitter finish. There is a slight lemon flavor coupled with some sort of spice. Overall, a nice warm weather drink, but not exceptional. erway (1004) - Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA - NOV 7, 2004
Pours a lite straw color with a fluffy head. Aromas of the spicy belgian yeast and a fair amount of noble hops. A wonderfully light fluffy body. Very appetizingly hoppy. I wonder if this is dry-hopped. Semi-sweet with flavors of pear, mango, citrus and a ligth sourness. A nice smack of bitterness towards the end. This could very easily become an every-day session beer if I had regular access to it. Unfortunately I suspect that this is another beer that, because of it’s lack of alcohol, does not receive the credit it deserves. Excellent.