Nice hint of boysenberry, and a little malt.
Dark brown with a moderate light brown head. The head dissipates quickly. A little Belgian lace, but it may be my glass that made it dissipate less than normal.
Tangerine with some Belgian funkiness from the yeast. Could be some boysenberry towards the middle, but hard to say. No hop bitterness or flavor.
Medium full body with some nice carbonic bite. Definitely on the dry side, but the yeastiness makes it more perceptible.
A seasonal nice beer, but not my favorite. As it warms up a bit, the Belgian character comes out more, but there is still a ton of citrus and if it wasn't for the yeast, I would never guess it was Belgian. I assume it was meant to be a Dubbel as the base.