AG's going easy on old Crafty these days. Where once the Mornington Peninsula brewer would crank out another new beer with his team every couple of days, he's been taking things at a more sedate pace recently. That said, with such a vast range already on offer and a voracious and appreciative following, it's not as if they've not been kept busy. However, they're back this week with the second release in a Belgian trilogy. According to AG it's "Pouring a light amber hue with a tightly-packed off-white head", features Styrian Goldings hops and a Belgian yeast strain that "emit aromas of spice and baking bread." Expect low bitterness and hop presence that allow "a delicate and lightly fruity palate to announce itself [before a] lingering malty sweetness and nutty notes round out this easy drinker." Sounds almost poetic, no? Look out for part three of the trilogy - a Belgian Strong - post GABS.