The bottle has a metal cap with a cork underneath. No idea why, as it actually doesn't foam much. Only if poured roughly you get a small pink head [insert obvious joke here] that dissipates quickly. The beer itself is deep red and smells like cherries, beer and - a hay barn?
Taste? Sour, quite bitter and completely dry.
There are things you should drink slowly because they contain a lot of alcohol (not so here, only 5% abv), and ones you have to drink slowly lest you miss all the subtle hidden flavours, but this has to be sipped simply because it's so concentrated. Not in a bad way though, it's not like you have to have a glass of water afterwards (the dryness really helps it there, with sugar it could easily get terribly cloying).
There's more than just bitterness and sour cherries going on here - it contains wheat so you get the usual spices, plus some earthy notes, a hint (really just a hint) of old hard cheese, even a bit of wood (but without any caramel or vanilla), and again hay.
No idea how to wrap this up, so instead have some Belgian folk music