This is an old classic and with good reason as this is a seriously good Belgian beer.
The cork popped with an apple and cereal mist and the beer poured a lovely light amber with a fluffy cloud of a head.
The flavours are long and rich and lovely.
Honeycomb and fresh baked biscuits, a touch of pepper and a hint of tangy lime zest.
There’s that signature Belgian yeast flavour, a soft metallic tang, that lately I’ve been enjoying more and more.
This is all topped off with a gorgeous lengthy bitter green hedgerow hop finish, all blackberry leaves and rosehip bite.
And with the 750ml bottle I’ve got another glass to look forward to.
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