Bottle. Pours lightly hazy golden with a frothy white head. Bitter, estery and fruity lager. Lightly sweet, biscuity malts in the backend.
Honey golden color, hazy, creamy head. Earthy hops, vanilla and honey in the aroma. Hoppy, oily flavor, somewhat citric. Just a touch of malt character. Thin to medium bodied. A really excellent, tasty lager, the closest a Flemish beer can get to a Bavarian Zwickel. A bit more body and this would be 4+.
33cl bottle. A slightly hazy pale golden beer with a huge good lasting white head. Aroma of dry floral bitter hops, grassy hops, pale malt. Taste of grassy and spicy bitter hops, pale malt, typical belgian yeast, medium bitterness, medium to high carbonation.
F: huge, white, good retention. C: yellow, hazy. A: malty, grassy, floral, bit citrus. T: malty, floral, grassy, citrus, cheese, hay, medium body with high carbonation, not very special for the style, too fruity, drinkable, bottle @ 3 Fonteinen Open Beer Days September 2017.
Bottle (at koht). Pours golden with whiteish head. Aroma is grainy, malty, wome cardboard. Flavor is sweet and bitter, grwins, malt, some cardboard. Finish is dry bitter. Overall: not a good lager, but the hoppy finish kind of saves it.
Bottle. Hazy yellow color with white head. Aroma is grainy, bready, some old world hops. Taste is bready, grainy, a bit sweet, and some vegetables/Belgian yeasts, unusual for a Lager. Silky mouthfeel, high carbonation.
Bottle in train from Brussels to The Hague. Dough, hops, vegetable bitterness, yeast, clay, some lemon. Bitter with smooth malty finish. Body is medium, carbo too. Quite a lot of flavor for a lager, nice frothy feel, but the finish is a bit ’unclean’. Not very sessionable.