Cloudy, yellow pour with a lovely, substantial head and that obvious apple aroma. I didn’t find the apple smell overpowering; don’t get me wrong it was strong and noticeable, but it didn’t take over the beer for me.
This is an amazingly drinkable beer. I first tried it in the Winter months, so I can only imagine what the drinkability would be like in the high summer. This brew is made for hot weather.
To me it hits an interesting balance between a Wit, a Pilsner and a Fruit beer, that somehow makes it a pretty interesting and worthwhile experience. It combines the best features of all of those styles and somehow (I don’t really know how) pulls off a decent brew experience. For all of that, I do find it difficult to take this too seriously, and it does remain strictly in my “novelty” category.
A very brave departure, with some success. Good job Unibroue you should get credit for invention.