Background: This ale appeared to me in a dream. I was walking down a beautiful cobblestone path with dry green foliage abound, when I came upon a small peasant shanty. Within it was a scholar sitting at a table, who offered me this delight. I awoke, and promptly ventured out to procure some.
Color: Ah yes. One does often query the difference between ochre and fulvous, and this predicament is certainly applied to this ale. The answer may only be known to the peasant scholar.
Taste: The initial splash of brew brings a flavor as strong as Société Générale de Belgique: alcohol be thy name. The single malt flavor pours on closely after. Does one need to know what a great single malt liquor such as Glenlivet Nadurra tastes like to understand the complex and beautiful flavor of this liquid? No, this is a beer, not single malt scotch.