The spicy, yeasty aromas that are picked out by the nose immediately give away the Belgian nature of this beer. The malt, the citrus and cereals also help it on its way. On the palate, the hops pair well with the fruitiness of green apple, underpinned by alcohol. The finish is dry with some mild bitterness. Did you know that this beer won the title “connoisseurs’ beer” after having picked up the gold medal for the best abbey-style ale in 2010 and coming from a family brewery created in 1858 after discovering a high quality source of ground water in the soils of Purnode?