From Brouwerij Huyghe comes Delirium Nocturnum at 8.5%. De-capping gives a sweet caramel aroma, with a touch of chocolate and noble hoppiness. The pour is a reddy dark brown, generating an off white head that lingers fairly well. The carbonation is fairly high, which lends itself to a soft mouthfeel, but being simultaneously full bodied. There is a hint of bitterness hidden in the aftertaste, lent by either the roasty malts or the hops. This, combined with a subtle brown sugar maltiness and slightly dry finish at the end finishes the beer off nicely with just a hint of sourness. I really liked this one!