You see it around, but you may not pay any attention to the signage for this one. Another from the Duvel Moortgat group of beers.
Vedett Extra Blond: 5.2%abv Suggested serving temperature 3C 37F-niccccce n’ cold.
The fact the beer has the french suffix –ett(e) (meaning small/feminine) in it should indicate the “lightness” of it. It is one of two varieties, the other being the Extra White. So they are nice beers for a warm afternoon, as I discovered recently. When ordered at the pub it comes with a flute like glass, which to me automatically says there will be none or little head (maybe I poured it too slow?) The look of the beer is quite a pale yellow, very clear. Very light when tasted-lowest alcohol content reviewed thus far. No overwhelming flavors to pick out-possibly some barley as with many Belgian Lagers. I quickly consumed one and ordered another as I sat outside a row of brasserie type establishments watching people walk by in the hot afternoon sun. For this purpose I think I chose wisely, as there were many people ordering Corona and other very light lagers on this very hot and humid day. Light alcohol, light flavor and maybe a light buzz after my second-I was quite dehydrated for sure. I can imagine these coming in a box not unlike that of Red Stripe and being served at an afternoon barbecue. Enjoy. Oh yeah, sweet website as well: www.vedett.be