The beer itself will normally have a deep brown head, with a dark brown, opaque colour. Unless, of course, I pour it. I could not get a proper pour. You can see from the image at the Brijdebie website the normal appearance. The appearance did not negatively impact the flavour, however.
It has a malty-sweet scent. Slightly fruity with just a tiny hint of hops. With more head, the scent might have been more distinct.
The taste is light though sweet. A bit caramel-like. It is a very light beer, so has almost no mouth-feel. The carbonation is light, making this beer flatter and smother than most you would taste here. It’s a decent drinking beer if beer is not your favorite drink.
The beer is extra fun for two reasons. The image on the bottle has a drunk, slightly angry looking bee leaning on a likely empty barrel of beer. The name translates into ‘Naughty Bee’. The brewery has a series of these bee beers – Blonde Bee, Drunk Bee and Naughty Bee. If I find it, I might try their Helleketelbier, or ‘Hell Cauldron Beer’. With these names, I’m almost obligated.