Kind of a sweet Belgian-style ale. It's made with honey and citrus peel, and smells a bit rich and fruity. It's a deep brown in the pour, with a nice tan head on it, so it's nice to look at as well. The honey flavor is a bit subtle, the sweetness seems to come from the fruitiness, which gets a lift from the Belgian yeast used. And of course the rambling comments trying to describe this beer likely come from the 9% abv and drinking this in one sitting by myself.
Reviewed: June 04, 2011