Delirium Nocturnum (8.5%)

OK beer aficionados, tell me what it is that makes Belgian beer taste the way it does.
It’s their yeast, right?
Along with other things and hundred’s of years’ brewing, but the yeast is important to the Belgian flavour, no?
This is simply dreamy.
The aroma is as fresh as a daisy, full of sparkling water and meadow flowers.
The flavour is by turns intense and light.
Gorgeous bready malts, like the crust of your favourite loaf, crunchy and fulfilling.
Homely even.
Then there’s a fruit sweetness, a tinge of that metallic thing Belgian beer often does, and then a snappy dryness in the hopping.
This is tremendous and I wish I had another one.

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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