I just enjoyed the Gouden Carolus Cuvee van de Keizer Root (red label) pictured above, and here on the left (for the lazy scrollers):
For those who have had the blue label, which is one of my all-time favorite beers and I cannot recommend it highly enough, this one is a must try. I poured it straight from the fridge and the head was an unfortunate obstacle for my first 15 minutes of sipping. It was frothy, tall, and delicate, but it just would not subside. As the beer warmed up (de-chilled), the head dissipated and the flavors started to release fully. It's a very flavorful, well-balanced, and refined blonde Belgian ale. One caveat, though. If you've had the blue label -- as I have -- you can't help but compare the two and you may wish you had bought the blue label. I prefer the blue, but I prefer darker beers, in general.
I am still buzzed. I started the (late) evening with a 12oz bottle of Harpoon IPA (tasty!), and then had to drink the whole 750ml of 10% belgian beer myself.