Brouwerij Van Steenberge took over production of the beers of the Augustinian monks in 1978. And this blond ale has been a mainstay of the label since that time.
It pours a straw colour body, with a thick active foaming head. The aroma is fruity, with strong Belgian yeast characters.
Sweet tropical fruit, bready yeast and a malty backbone make for a nice flavour combination. The mouthfeel is full but smooth. Gentle spicing comes in late as the beer dries out, with a lingering bitterness.
Perfect for a lazy autumn afternoon, this beer will fill a spot early in a flight. An easy drinking typical Belgian blonde ale.