Alengrin (8784) - BELGIUM - DEC 22, 2014
Deep amber coloured winter beer formerly made by Du Bocq for a Dutch commissioner; tasted at Essen’s Kerstbierfestival in 2004. Sweet candied fruits, spicy notes, smooth and soft mouthfeel, sourish touch, caramelly malts, some warming alcohol in the finish. This actually was one of the best Du Bocq beers I ever tasted - not that this means a great deal. OllieBBommel (1529) - NETHERLANDS - APR 8, 2013
[email protected]maupie (2354) - Roosendaal, NETHERLANDS - DEC 18, 2004
(1998), 330ml. Head: some off-white foam. Colour: clear, amber. Aroma: herbs, sour. Taste: some sour. Palate: mild, small bitter -sour finish. Overall: ok.
This beer has an amber body - hue apperance and a coarse white scum collar. I have drunk the beer from the bottle and it had no carbonic acid. The initial flavor taste is sweet. JorisPPattyn (11882) - Wilrijk, BELGIUM - DEC 12, 2004
Hazy brown - amber; little or no head. Woody, dark malts, underlying chocolate aroma. Taste: Strawberry??! Where does that come from? Wood (perfumed wood, like sandalwood), and vanilla, woody again. Medium bodied; slick, peachy, velvety texture. Probably one of the best by Du Bocq. now that’s not that difficult, but this is really good. Kåstå (1273) - Mol, BELGIUM - DEC 18, 2002
Cloudy amber coloured beer. Malty, slightly sour aroma. Yeasty, sour, malty taste. Fairly flat.
DJH-Bird99 (207) - Nijkerk, NETHERLANDS - NOV 5, 2001
Must be drinked during the 'Elfstedentocht'
for the best effect............ jbrus (4987) - Delft, NETHERLANDS - OCT 3, 2001
Not really special. Just a little sweet and good drinking...................