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Dark golden color with minimal head. A very funky nose that I can't quite place. A very slight roasted note on the palette but primarily apricot and clove. Overall not bad. I would probably go for the Sophie or Pere Jacques before this though.
2014 bottle date. Poured into snifter. Pours a nice golden copper color with a bubbly, off-white crown. Decent lacing with good retention. Subtle floral aroma with hints of orange peel. Citrusy up front with notes of orange and lemon, with a "funky" finish from the Belgian yeast. Slightly dry. Delicious beer. Paired with homemade chicken alfredo and some preseason football.
Not sure how much I liked it. Weird blend of flavors
On tap in a pint glass. Smells like ham. Malted to the Max. An exotic ham flavor shines through the finish. Nice bubbly, spiky mouthfeel. Drink this if u like sweet maple syrup and thanksgiving ham.
Aroma is fruity but misleading. Color is an orange/brown .Taste is a malty spice and a slightly sweet.
Smooth summer ale
Good solid beer. Full bodied with a strong beer flavor. I enjoyed it.
Back in the day, this was one of the first "nice" beers I started drinking. Still love it.
What I love Matilda is that it combines two of my favorite beverages … tea and beer! Sounds slightly weird, but it is so tasty. Matilda has so many wonderful flavors that you experience with each sip.
Not so hazy, golden, fruity, Belgian style deliciousness from the Goose.
7.0% ABV. 26 IBU. Malts: 2-Row, Caramel, (Candy Sugar). Hops: Super Styrian, Styrian Golding, Saaz. Label printed "bottled on" date: 07/26/12. Opened: 02/11/14. 12 oz. bottle poured into an oversize wine glass. Poured a cloudy, bubbly orange-gold with glowing amber-yellow highlights. A creamy, 1/4-inch, off-white head settled slowly to a well-retained surface film that left short-lived curtains of lace. Belgian nose of clove and banana with notes of candi sugar and biscuits and a suggestion of caramel apples as it warmed. Wonderful! Taste of sweet, bready banana, Belgian yeast and a bite of clove. Smooth, creamy mouthfeel with noticeable carbonation. Nice effort!
A little dryer than similar original Belgian Strong Ales. Complex flavors and aromas. Great value.
And all-time favorite. Taste like a glass of fruit with Belgian history.
Fermenting taste, perhaps yeast like with a floral taste and smell. If adding lemon or lime, a strong cloves taste appears.
One of my favorites, flavorful, fruity and refreshing. Best served in a Belgian glass.
Amber to orange color with sediment. Fruit and lavender on the nose and citrus to the finish. Darn good. Great mouth feel.
Great color and nose. Taste is spot on for a Belgian style ale.
Good beer, like a dry refreshing tripel
Got this at LaGuardia Airport waiting for a delayed flight.
European flavor complexity, yet easy and pleasantly drinkable. I liked it a lot!