This was a real surprise. A bottle quietly sitting in the stash as those around it slipped away, often left unnoted from banality. Clouded light amber ale under a fine white swirled head. A simple beer with a focus on malt...ok, and the yeast, too...but it's buckwheat malt. The malt has a strong graininess but also autumn apple. The yeast provides cream and nutmeg spice. Soft water gives a richness to it all and a slightly steeled hop and corriander provides the structure. The buckwheat dryness is like a Canadian stock pale ale but the rest is all Belgian. Very interesting and worth picking up again.