Orange-golden color on the pour with a decent head initially. The head does fade, but it leaves a good ring and thin film, and has some decent lace. Looks solid.
Nose is incredibly bready – I mean by any standards. It’s good.
Tastes are a lovely, balanced malt forward beer, with some very light bitterness from the hops.
Some people aren’t very high on this beer, and it some quarters it gets a bad wrap. I think that’s because it’s so common in Belgium. There’s a lovely, light acidity, in the middle of the beer and in the finish. Nice balanced finish too with both the dry and sweet notes competing with one another.
Some will slate me for this but I really, really, really like this beer. Very tasty, quite satisfying.