Orange/brown pour with some good carbonation. Lacing is slight but present.
Very distinct and definite apple/cider sourness, reminiscent of the Lambic or Saison styles. This was somewhat surprising to me, because I’m not familiar with the Flanders Oud Bruin style.
Slight smokiness in the initial taste and very light in the mouth. I would imagine that the lightness might sit uncomfortabley with some, especially those people who were expecting a more robust brown ale type beer.
Drinkable and refreshing.
Really quite unusual and well worth a try.