Nice pop on opening.
Reddish, light brown body with a nice, wispy head.
Nice funk up front with a serious malt finish – odd paradox.
Typical of Ommegang there is a solid base and not a lot of screwing around. Nice, lively mouthfeel. Yeast strain is the backbone and does well.
Rich Belgian yeast notes, a really interesting combo of funkiness and malt gives a complex and rich beer. It’s got a lot of angles, and they meld rather nicely.
Very nice, quite a complicated beer that brings a lot to the tabs and that still manages to remain manageable for the palate.