On-tap at the Brick Store, Decatur, GA, USA. Upstairs in the Belgian Bar.
As Dave suggests, the silly glass and wooden block (like Kwak) means the kids love this without understanding the very average nature of this beer.
Looks decent with a dirty, Dubbel like color (that I am not fond of) and a nice looking (small) ivory, rocky head.
In terms of a Belgian Strong Dark, this is a very weak beer. Its main shortcoming is the mouthfeel, but the whole experience is very muted. It has a lot of potential but it simply feels like a watered down version of a style that usually delivers big time. Almost like a Belgian Dark Lite, there is a mild yeast presence, low alcohol presnce (despite the ABV) and muted fruitiness.
A poor version of the stlye that literally relies on looks & style over substance.