The color is golden and the head creamyand light.
The first sip warms my throat and belly like an old woodstove does a log cabin
Its lightly hopped and surprisingly malty for such an airy, sunshine beer.
With a nose somewhat remiscent of Orval, the aftertasteis fruity, almost cherry. A warming alcoholic glow works its way down the throat to the stomach.
This beer must be sipped slowly so you can revel in each sweet drop.
Delirium Tremens has a big body, a rich mouth feel, and a long, sweet aftertaste.
…This beer is recommended as an aperitif. Try it with dark bread, cheese, and crackers.
great beers of Belgium, Michael Jackson, third edition, 1998, Running press