This is a Belgian amber ale made at the Bosteels Brewery which was founded in 1971. I really enjoyed this beer and highly recommend it. It has a beautiful color and head, fruity aroma, with a taste that is mellow with a hint of sweetness and very little bitterness. It has a nice long finish. It’s an easy to drink beer, but watch out as It has an alcohol content of 8.5%. As with all Belgian beer, Kwack has it’s own glass that should be used to drink it, and this one is quite unusual:
It is said that this glass was conceived by brewer/inn keeper Pauwel Kwak in the early 19th Century for mail coaches. Back then, coachmen were apparently not allowed to leave their coach and horses during mail delivery. Paul Kwak specially made this glass so that it could be hung on the coach to allow them to quench their thirst while delivering the mail. If the USPS had something like that, I might consider switching profession!