So there's this local beer by me called "Monk in the trunk", that I really like because its like an easy drinking American version of a Belgium beer. I wouldn't consider a Belgium style though because its too lite, has terrible head retention, and is as clear and shiny as sexy American amber. I love this beer because it drinks like a lager. Any brew my wife likes as much as me is a winner, (makes it easier to justify spending money on my homebrew). I'm wondering if anyone has some advice on cloning a beer like this. It's like an easy drinking lite amber with euro hops, and a Belgium yeast. The thing is, the malt bill doesn't seem very high. It's so clear it looks like a lager. I'm having trouble figuring out the hops used too. If I had to describe them, I would say crisp in the finish. It's the oxymoron of beers. It like taking a chimay blue and a beer you'd drink at a ball game and putting them together. I want to make this!!! Please help.