Ok, I've now tried all three and my favorite is definitely the #6, the #10 is good and I would rate it on par with the #8, but for me I'm going back to the #6 and I'm really glad I picked a #6 up when I grabbed the #10.
Appearance 4.5: dark caramel coloring, moderate particulate floating, head builds quickly with a medium to light density even with a fairly soft pour. The head is ivory white and fades to a thin layer fairly quickly. The brew is cloudy and only allows light to penetrate on the edges, something I would expect from a stout more than a Belgian Ale. The brew looks to have at least a moderate level of carbonation. Little to no lacing on my glass.
Smell 4: light spices, some fruity sweetness, maybe mild bananas or raisins
Taste 4.5: very fruity but not heavy, floral hops with a light bitterness. Not a real present malt flavor. Flows on the tongue smoothly then begins to tingle with the carbonation. The floral hops is really the dominant flavor, but it finishes with a flash of mild fruits that were evident in the aroma. A tinge of hoppy bitterness at the finish. Well balanced favoring the floral hops but not over powering.
Mouthfeel 4: medium carbonation, medium body, smooth in the mouth and on the tongue, tingly with the carbonation.
Drinkability 4.5: Not a session beer by any stretch, but certainly drinkable as an even sit down brew, I don't think I'd have this with a meal. I can definitely feel the alcohol warming, and I certainly wouldn't get behind the wheel right now.