Today's offering is an unpasteurized beer from Belgium. These types of beer continue to fermen in the bottle, which is why they are sometimes called 'bottle conditioned' beers.
In the glass, it presents as a pale yellowy-gold with a moderate frothy white head. The primary aroma is that of yeast, at least to my limited olfactory capacity; it smells like a beer ought to smell, really.
It's a pleasantly mild lager-ish experience, with an additional bit of tang which I assume is brought on by the yeast. A bit of hop bitterness, which is certainly unsurprising in this style. All in all, Bersalis Kadet is a very straightforward, easy drinking beer that screams for another round and perhaps a bowl of pretzels.