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RATINGS: 1119   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.47/5   EST. CALORIES: 204   ABV: 6.8%
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A reddish-brown abbey ale brewed with dark malts. The secondary fermentation gives a fruity aroma and a unique spicy character with a distinctive aftertaste. Secondary fermentation in the bottle. (Serving temperature: 8-10ºC)

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3.4
Stefano (2005) - Thisted, DENMARK - OCT 26, 2006
Reddish brown coloured. Fruity and malty aroma. This is a light bodied beer with a creamy texture that is just a bit thin. Has flavors of nuts, caramel, and malt.

3.2
jujubeast6000 (854) - Houston, Texas, USA - OCT 24, 2006
750mL bottle: Extremely foamy, Pours a dark brown, medium body, huge head, light-light brown color. Very flowery aroma, some malts. Very malty, somewhat flowery taste, acidic. Malty aftertaste.

2
thesober (12) - Tølløse, DENMARK - OCT 24, 2006
Very funny! I havent gor the same taste as my brother Grovlam. But the funny storie is that we are drinking the same beers even though we are in two parts of the country. I think the taste of this bottled beer is a bit flat and the taste that is left behind ind the mouth is better than the immidiate taste. Hey bro’ watch out you are drinking to many beers!

3.4
Grovlam (4214) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 23, 2006
Bottled. Dark-Amber like color with a cloudy look to it. Head was nice white and full, that lasted for some time. Aroma was spicy, coriander, malt and maybe some hints of citrus, dry dark fruits. Flavor was medium sweet, with some light notes of bitterness. Body was medium. Very smooth and drinkable Dubbel I thought. Nice lasting aftertaste of spice, caramel and spicy.

3
holdenn (2116) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - OCT 16, 2006
750 ml bottle pours an amber red with a thin tight bubble of a head. A light sweet and sour cherry aroma with a little dough. Lots of carbonation, over carbonated in fact as the tiny bubbles bounce off my tongue it gets to the point where its hard to taste anything else. Through the fizz there’s a slight trat dark fruit and chocolate flavors. Finishes dry and you guessed it, fizzy.

3.5
Dedollewaitor (16055) - Odense, DENMARK - OCT 10, 2006
Hazy amber with an incredibly nice white fully lasting head.Aroma and taste of malts & spices. Dark fruits. Little sweetness. Little metallic the first sips due to the large foam. Fine lacings on the side of the glass. Pleasant lasting finish. Only minus is the little watery body/texture. Otherwise fine & pleasant.

2.6
cphbeerking (154) - København K, DENMARK - OCT 7, 2006
Boasting a nutty, toffee-ish character with some chocolate notes thrown in for good measure. Medium-bodied with a rather watery finish and a cheap sweetness closing the show -- this is not well made. Did they drop refined pop sugar in this? It hits you in a bad way too. This is not how I remember Affligem. Back to the drawing board.

3.8
Skinnyviking (9550) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - OCT 7, 2006
Bottle. Off-white high and lasting head. Hazy amber body. Sweet and fruity aroma, peach and pears I think. Flavor very different from what is indicated by the aroma. Plums and hops although it is not a bitter beer. Interesting. Alcohol percentage well hidden.

2.7
ogivlado (7764) - Zagreb, CROATIA - SEP 21, 2006
Bottled(330ml). –Brownish amber coloured, small pale brown head. Sweet malty and fruity, slight spicy, some caramel and nutty notes. Pretty boring.

3.7
KnutAlbert (6754) - Oslo, NORWAY - SEP 15, 2006
Full sweet taste, a bit of a sour/bitter fisnish. Lots of flavor here. Port/sherry aroma, some fruit - plums and apples spring to mind. A fine beer.


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