This is one of the most simple beers I have ever had, yet I can find no wrong with it. Here we have Witkap pater stimulo from Slaghmuylder brewery standing at 6%. There’s not much aroma to it. Just yeast and citrus. The taste is a little sweet, a little bitter, a little watery, a little yeasty with a dash of fruits. Texture is also watery and very low carbonation indeed. And yet I am enjoying this beer.
Its like water flavoured with beer but I mean that in a good way.
Posted in: 2015
, Advent Calendar 2015
Tagged: 15th bottle
, advent calendar
, geek pub talk
, spring tipple
, t' Gaverhopke
, white pony brewery
The reason theres so little in the glass, apart from the obvious, this beer was a violent one and went everywhere from the desk to another nearby mug, except from going into the glass. Apart from that it is very drinkable with a pleasant carbonation *cough* with a nice punchy alcoholic strength. Aromas are yeasty and malty. Taste is sweet, light dried fruits and malty. After taste is actually really good, it is quite dry but leaves you with a real nice sweetness. Im suprised by its lightness in texture too. This beer named Spring Tipple from t’ Gaverhopke/White pony brewery standing at 8% is somehow an incredibly simple drink that is quite endearing. Though I might have to get two bottles and hold them over a bowl when opening.
Hahahaha I just looked at some other reviews of it and many of them had the same thing happen. Didnt realise the term ‘Gusher’ was used in describing beers 🙂