Another beer forgotten in my little black book, the Kloster-Gold Hell from Kloster Scheyern provides a strong pine aroma with a touch of sulphur. I'm pretty sure the thoughts of a monastery and Hell together didn't lead me to make up brimstone aromas.
With quite a generous, silky mouthfeel, it's very bready with floral and slightly herbal undertones. It has an almost minty finish, which is rather odd, but it does become more classically bitter after half a bottle, in the gentle, not-terribly-bitter helles sense that is.
It's not a bad beer, but I guess helles just doesn't rock my boat.