Pours a light golden color with a thin white head that settles out quickly leaving a ring of foam wrapped around the edges of the glass.
The aroma is great. Farm house aromas blend with a light sweetness, oak, vanilla, and white grape and some light wheat with a light Belgium spice.
The taste just as enjoyable as the aroma. Belgium yeast and spices blend with a spice chile pepper flavor that has a pretty impressive bite. Some sweetness like honey hides behind the hot chile peppers. Some oak is noticeable near the finish with the heat off the peppers growing stronger in the after taste.
Light to medium body with a high level of zesty carbonation.
Overall, a really unique beer. I enjoy chile peppers, so I may like this one more than others, but I like the creative spin on this beer. The one down side is that you get all the heat from the peppers, but not much of the pepper flavor is noticeable. This beer gets hot, as the spicy pepper builds sip after sip. Worth a try, but might not be for everyone.