In the States, this Belgian white ale is most commonly sold in canse, so it's ultraportable for trips into the wild. It pours cloudy and straw-hued with a firm, off-white head. A soft bouquet unleashes grainy aromas and peppery, floral hop scents, while the taste begins with a simply sweet, wheaty cereal flavor, followed by nutmeg and coriander notes. While the beer is light, it has a slightly chewy texture from the suspended yeast and proteins. With very little alcohol and an effervescent carbonation, this beer finishes dry and very clean.
88 points, Draft Magazine