Belgica, a Belgian-Style IPA, from Great Divide has an ABV of 7.2%. This one pours a crystal clear gold and has a nice fluffy head that takes some time to recede. Be careful pouring as you can pour a large head on this. The carbonation is incredible and I think it bubbled the entire time in the glass. The words on the label are “Singular” and “Ebullient”, which means boiling or agitated (for liquid or matter) or cheerful and full of energy. I can see with the carbonation, head, and taste where both definitions fit the descriptors. Great Divide describes Belgica as “The Roman name for the Low Counties - is a marriage of the best in American and Belgian brewing traditions. Belgian pilsner malt, a generous amount of American and European hops and a unique Belgian yeast strain combine to give Belgica big notes of citrus and spice, creating a lively concoction perfect for spring in the Rockies - or the Ardennes.” This is a nice beer and I can taste the Belgian influence as the Belgian yeast strain provides a “Belgian” taste to the beer. This is a drinkable beer with a very low level of bitterness, but the bitterness is there and makes is distinct and different from a Belgian Golden Ale.