From my notes 6/14/07 pours a one-finger white head that fades quickly to a ring, leaving a good lace. Crystal clear amber color. Slight hoppy nose. Good carbonation and light-medium bodied. Flavor is a smooth lager, clean finish, some bitterness in aftertaste. 4.00 ($5.48) on-tap 0.5L glass from Holiday Inn Nice, France.
On draught (pression) at Le Terminus de Mille in Paris. Golden blonde color with a medium white and bubbly head. Thin lacing. The aroma consists of mildly floral hops. Smooth body with a kind of weak hops flavor, along with a hint of malt. The finish is dry and lightly bitter. Nothing offensive here, just thoroughly average in every regard.
Cities listed on the bottle - Paris, Brussels, Roma, London (?) Just what city is responsible for this beer? This pale lager is pale gold in color with a fast dissipating head. The aroma is of wet mowed lawn and canned corn. A light malty flavor comes through fairly crisp and clean. The hops have a metallic bite and little else. It finishes with a slightly soapy taste.
Of course it is an average beer, evidently, this Belgian Blond Lager. However it comes in refreshing on a day of tourism here in France.
Pours a mediocre golden tone with small white head, some lacing and carbonation. No great smell traits; the taste, very mediocre as well being a simple minded lager aims a bit, though, to being a pilsner which enhances it a bit in terms of mouthfeel, bitterness, etc. Puh.