Malheur 10 Ale. Brouwerij de Lantsheer.
Clouded golden coloration, vast head of snowy-white foam, drifts down slowly, leaving lace.
Sweet and spicy aromatics, met with the trademark Belgian funk. Citrus zest aplenty.
Taste: Creamy, yeasty mouthfeel. Lots of fruit and spice at play on the palate. Swims happily in the mouth, then leaves easy as a breeze. Slightest bitterness at work, matches the touch of honey in the taste. Alcohol rises at the end. In other words, " a warm finish."
Nice mix of fruit, spice, and booze. Mmm, hmmm.