Very unusual and attractive looker, with at first, a deceptively ordinary macro lager look, but a closer observation reveals a slightly cloudy, quite viscous solution. Zero head retention and zero lacing were a little more disappointing.
There’s a definte syrupy, alcoholic, sugar consistency in the mouthfeel, and this is reflected in the taste. Strong, warming alcohol comes through with a lot of fruit. A little dry, at the finish and a definite strong ending of alcohol and apples. Slightly metallic too, but not in a nasty way.
Not my favorite, Belgian Pale, it’s a little to lager-like for me, but it has a kick and the it drinks its full 9.00% ABV.