I was impressed with this Belgian Pale ale from Weyerbacher:
Aroma: Citrus, fruity, belgian yeast esthers, pale and sweet malts, slight bitter hop aroma.
Appearance: Poured amber orange, w/ a thin creamy white head that quickly dissipated.
Flavor: Sweet citrus upfront, malt character is more pale and makes up the majority of the body, but is quickly followed by bittering hops that leave a long bitter finish. Good balance between the belgian aroma and the pale malt / bittering hops.
Mouthfeel: Medium bodied, medium carbonation, feels bubbly on the tongue. No alcohol warmth here at 6% abv. I didn't get any astringency which is admirable considering the bitter aftertaste. No perceived creaminess.
Overall: I found that this beer is for once a belgian mixed style that is actually what it is described to be, such as: Belgian IPA / Belgian IIPA, Belgian (insert some style here). This beer lives up to be a belgian pale ale. You've got a great belgian nose but the hops and malt to back up the pale moniker. No recommendations other than to try and have the head on this beer last a bit longer (Minor appearance defect). Great Job on this beer.