330 mL bottle poured into the Duvel tulip. Good white head, with nice lacing and retention. Pale amber color.
Typically Belgian, yeasty nose and some sweetness and pepper spice in the initial taste.
Some sharp bitterness in the finish, quite surprising.
To be honest, a little watery in the mouthfeel – not its best feature.
Alcohol is there, but relatively well hidden.
Solid example, but not a stunning brew. Definitely worth investigating but not a great beer.