While drinkable, it's a rather unimpressive Belgian abbey single ale, if you ask me. And obviously you are, if you're visiting TOBP.com. The label is bland, save for the D&D-like character on the front. If I were to guess, a Dwarf Cleric, perhaps neutral good, with a tendency to the beer and not so much the violence. So, D&D fans, if you want a beer that represents your demographic, give this a try. Have your mom get some next time she heads to the store, just as long as you help her bring it down to your basement lair. You can pretend you are Garlock the Pious in a medieval tavern swigging ale from your flagons while discussing your next quest. What ho this is good fun! Oh come on, I'm not making fun of you. Stop crying. Please don't slam me on your blog. Ooh, I'm so scared, you're going to tell your co-workers at Best Buy to come flame me on our forum. Pfft. Grow up, Garlock.
Reviewed: March 25, 2006