On-tap, Taco Mac, Newnan, GA, USA, $5.25 a pint.
Pours somewhat macro looking, with a clear golden body, a small head but with better lacing than one would normally associate with a macro lager.
Aroma is distinctly “Belgian”, but muted and not obvious. Standard sugars (mild), a little alcohol and characteristic yeast.
This is a very light “Belgian” Pale and it reminded me a little of Duvel, but MUCH, MUCH lighter. Duvel light anyone? Initially served WAY too cold, the beer develops with temperature to give a mild aniseed and light floral/clove note. Yeast and sugar character is muted/toned down. Carbonation was a little off for me too.
Very drinkable, but not really my idea of a Belgian. I just want much more substance all around.