4 lbs. Pilsen DME, 3.15 lbs. Pilsen liquid malt extract, 2 lbs. Clear candi sugar, 8 oz. Caravienne, 4 oz. Aromatic malt, 2 oz. Styrian Goldings, 1 oz. sweet orange peel, and Safbrew Abbaye Dry Brewing Yeast
My kit was missing the dried orange peel so I ended up using 1 oz. fresh orange peel in place. Steeped grains for about 20 minutes. Transferred to secondary fermentation after about 2-3 weeks. Bottled about two and a half months later.
Tasted about 3 weeks after bottling. Had a nice taste overall. Orange peel is obviously there, but not over-powering at all. Reminds me of a Stella Artois on the first part of the sip but ends with a heavier beer hinted with oranges.
Tasted again 3 months after bottling and the beer got much better. The orange scaled back a lot, but still has a light citrus fresh aftertaste now. The first sips are sweet to nose (notes of vanilla even) and the first taste is almost creamy but quickly blends back to a Belgian. Overall the heavier tastes from earlier have lightened up and it has become very drinkable.
At around 6 months this beer got very good! Probably one of my favorites so far.
Update: Found 3 bottles of these in August 2016 (almost 2 years later) and enjoying it a lot. Still has prominent orange peel notes, a very crisp and refreshing mouth feel. Has an almost sweet finish.