Brewed by Brouwerij Alvinne
Style: Belgian Ale - Strong Dark
Moen, Belgium
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RATINGS: 436   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.37/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
Gaspar is one of the hoppiest beers in Belgium. Unfiltered, unpasteurized, bottle conditioned with a well balanced, complex hop aroma and a long lasting sparkling hop bitter finish. Serve cool (54° F) in a tulip-glass. 18° Plato; 20 EBC; 115 IBU (Hallertau, Goldings and Saaz)

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Ysok02 (2734) - Mons, BELGIUM - FEB 14, 2019
UPDATED: FEB 14, 2019 Robe dorée, aux reflets ambrés, mousse crémeuse, assez persistante. Nez sur les cerises acidulées, les fruits secs et confits, les prunes acidulées, sur un fond boisé. Bouche à l'attaque ample et fruitée, assez ronde et juteuse, bulle délicate et finale sur une pointe de fruits confits. Une bière agréable entre la sour ale et la strong ale.

Zilverenmaan (559) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - NOV 22, 2018
Bottle from Willems, quite a gusher. Poors hoppy amber with unsurprisingly big, dense head. Aroma loads of Morpheus yeast followed by good decent amount of hops. Tasty, very hoppy: the fruity Morpheus yeast actually goes very well with the bitter hops. Some nice malts underneath, maybe some faint soapiness too. MF decently starchy/creamy, as if some wheat malts were used although it might just be the yeast or hop oils. Aftertaste long, slightly grainy bitter. Very tasty hoppy bitterness, point off for the gushing though.

simontomlinson (1468) - Blackburn, Lancashire, ENGLAND - OCT 27, 2018
Tight white bubbly head stayed on a light reddish brown still body. Sour vinous aroma with berry & white wine. Medium bodied, sharp, greasy, highly carbonated & airy on the back. Peach, cherry, woody, floral, pine, pith & zesty tastes with hints of orange on the aft

Mr_Pink_152 (7684) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - AUG 4, 2018
UPDATED: AUG 4, 2018 Bottle from eebria.com. Hazy amber with an off white head. Fruity light sour slight bitter aroma and taste. Medium body.

KevinReddirt (432) - Midland, Texas, USA - JUL 7, 2018
The sole remaining 11.2 oz bottle at the closest craft beer store, I purchased gladly a week or two back. The cap comes off, I get a tremendous surge of foam, on and on. I then pour into a tall handled beer glass, let’s save as much as we can. The body is a densely cloudy orange, sediment settling to the bottom. I smell orange peel, coriander and something grainy. With all this I finally take a drink. Hmm, better than expected, a little unusual and that is good in my book. The orange rind again, hops, cereal, a hint of tangerine. A departure from all those IPAs tasting the same. 7/6/18

minutemat (8195) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 22, 2018
330ml bottle from Vanuxeem. Gushed out the bottle on opening, lost about a third of it. Misty light amber in colour, frothy white head. Fruity hop nose, some Brett, orange, melon. Taste sees Brett dominate proceedings, crisp and sherbetty with orange peel, pithy zest, candied fruits and sweet spice. Perhaps too sweet.

Rubin77 (4533) - Brussels, BELGIUM - MAR 27, 2018
Huge gusher after opening, F: big, egg-white, good retention. C: orange amber, hazy. A: malty, funky, brett, fruity, spicy, candy, bit leather. T: malty, brett, funky, nice fruity, spicy, peach, woody, medium body and carbonation, very good, enjoyed beside the gusher at opening, 33cl bottle from Prik&Tik Kampenhout near Leuven.

Mpuntmuts (467) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 5, 2017
Cloudy orange pour with a massive head. Aroma of caramel malts and overripe, rotting fruits, cacophony of hops, some yeast and a hint of bread. Overmedium bitter and low to medium sweet. Medium body, high in Co2. Not bad, not great. Way too much carbonation.

Scopey (19273) - Oldmeldrum, SCOTLAND - NOV 11, 2017
Keg at Six Degrees North. It pours hazy orange - amber with a medium, foamy white head. The aroma is sweet, bready, brioche, candied orange peel, pear drops, apple, spice, bit of booze, caramel and a touch of green banana. The taste is dry, rather bitter, resin, candied fruits, pear, melon, banana, spicy, grassy, pithy, straw, pepper, floral action, dry wood and some alcohol warmth through the finish. Medium+ body and highish, foamy carbonation. Decent enough.

Koelschtrinker (26418) - Köln (Cologne), GERMANY - OCT 17, 2017
Mild hopfiger, weich hefig-bitterer Antrunk. Moderat herb, die Hopfigkeit steigt an, würzig, süffig. Weich hopfig zum Ende. Nett. 10/9/10/10//10

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