Two-Brew Belgian Pale’s coppery hue comes from the blend of Special Pale, Caramel 60, Black and Vienna malts. A medium mouthfeel paired with a light hop bitterness produced by Tettnanger, East Kent Golding and German Select hops tango with the modestly malty ale. Add slightly spicy undertones, flirting fruit flavor and an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 6.2%, and BBC’s Two-Brew gifts the Belgian Ale fan with a complex yet easy-going "session" beer. Don’t let the ABV fool you; you’ll feel the alcohol will warm your mouth with your first taste and continue warms your body with each additional sip.
EithCubes (4900) - New Jersey, USA - FEB 3, 2011
3.7 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 5/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 14/20
Draught at Lennie’s. Hazy ruby-chestnut pour with a short white head. Red berry nose is explosive, has a prominent yeast component, fruity candy sugar with noble hop rounding. Taste is bittersweet, clean, dry. Aftertaste brings out the bread. Alcohol not apparent to the tongue. Faint tartness. Medium-light mouthfeel, smooth with mild crispness. A surprisingly good, fruity Belgian offering; a bit on the heavy side for a session, but I would (and did) buy more to bring home.
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