Very yeasty aroma coming off this from the pour along with some unidentified fruit and citrus peel.
Brussels Calling pours hazy yellow orange with a fluffy white head. Citrusy intake with malt, fruit and yeast again leading into a hefty hoppy bitter finish. This has a pleasant citrus, grapefruit and peppery aftertaste. There is quite a lot of carbonation going on though the mouthfeel is still smooth.
Quite a bit more hoppy and bitter than what you expect from a Belgian ale. Everything you expect is there but, is this a modern take on the style ? If so, classix nouveaux me in man, I'm a believer ! I enjoyed sipping this and would have no problem re-visiting it again. Summing up, if you like belgian ale and quite heavy hoppy bitterness then this is worth a try.
This scored a stingy 7/10 on the 'Is It A Dream ?' Beerometer.
Alc : 6%
Where to buy CPH : Kihoskh, Sønder Boulevard 53, Kbh V.