Origin: Bornem, Antwerp, Belgium
Style: Blonde Abbey Ale
ABV: 6%
Marketed as a Belgian Trappist ale but not a proper Trappist ale, it's still decent brew and cheap - less than a quid at my local Lidl. At that price point I feared the worse but it's not too bad at all. Lots of flavours and depth as you'd expect from a Belgian beer.

The label is odd though. It's heavy on the gold with a little weird heron sitting quietly, front and centre. It looks more like graphic design you'd expect promoting a  pulp novel / Triad casino / creepy sex club and as result comes across as a bit (unintentionally) hipster.

Still...it looks quite cool, albeit cheap and crappy (or ironic?).
A project by Richard Heap
A graphic designer from Stockport, England