Let's review the evidence: the caps says "Leyerth Breweries, Belgium" and the label says "Produced in the Netherlands". Licensed beer. How low.¹ The importer explains that the brews are all made in Holland by those Dutch monks of Koningshoeven/La Trappe but designed by a Belgian couple. All very EEC 1964 and all but, for me, that makes this is a Dutch beer.
This beer pours a lovely light golden straw with a fine and thick, bright white head. Some nice marigold and pear aromas. In the mouth a very unconventional beer - plenty of hot black pepper, Very bitter greens and a little licorice with a subdued lemon cream round pale malty richness underneath. Very different from your average hop bomb as this one is more like a tripel than an IPA at its heart. The BAers give it very high marks but do seem to get the geography wrong.
¹[Ed.: Rimshot! A Benelux pun!!!]