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Brewed by Le Baladin
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Piozzo, Italy

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RATINGS: 563   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.5/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
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The masterpiece of the brewery. The beer that mostly encountered the favour among the customers at Le Baladin. Although one wouldn’t believe that, it’s the most alcoholic among all the productions. It originated from an old recipe created toward the end of the ’800 following the style of the belgian abbey beers. Intense aroma of warm flowers, apricot and banana and hints of bitter almond. Agreeable, refreshing and quenching taste of apricot in syrup, almond cake and citrus fruits. Excellent the use of belgian selected hop during the fermentation process. This beer matches perfectly with ripen cheeses, biscuits and almond sweets.

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2.4
MartyW (332) - DENMARK - JUN 14, 2017
Draft. Hazy orange with an off white head. citrus, malt and yeast aroma. Taste the same with some caramel notes. Quite mild for a Belgian strong ale. Without the usual belgian spicy yeast. Meh.

3.5
Niko100 (2994) - Chicago, New York, USA - MAY 14, 2017
Rich amber/orange color; Medium slightly creamy body; Aroma of yeast, caramel, dark fruit, & brown sugar; Flavor of sweet malt, yeast, dark fruit (notably plums), caramel, and spice; Nicely balanced; Not overly complex - but a solid brew.

2.5
SeniorZozo (1875) - Budapest, HUNGARY - MAR 2, 2017
@ Wien Craft Bier Festival 2016 November. // Bottle pour cloudy brown orange with rapidly dissipating minimal white head. Nose raisin, prune, slightly dank. Taste some sweeter malt similar to nose, but also little late palate bitterness. <<>>>>>> Beer tasting sessions in Budapest, Hungary >>>>>>>>>>>>&g www.facebook.com/beeroda

3.3
bbbeer (880) - Massachusetts, USA - MAR 1, 2017
Hazy orange, small tan head. Yeasty and tropical fruit aroma. Medium body. Not much alcohol. Some carbonation and creamy mouthfeel. Flavor is mildly sweet. Yeast, esters, mild hop finish. Not my favorite style but decently made it seems.

3.1
HerrBierkoenig (1629) - Bratislava, SLOVAK REPUBLIC - FEB 26, 2017
0,75l bottle BBD: MAR 2017, courtesy od my father, many thanks. Pours cloudy amber apricot red liquid, small white head, Aroma: nice belgian pehnolic notes, ripe fruits, apricots, raisins, candied fruits, banana, spicy, sweet, Taste: medium to heavy sweet, light bitter, light to medium sour, candied fruits, apricots, bananas, raisins, Palate: lught to medium body, somehow watery and sweet at the same time, soft to flat carbonation, slick mouthfeel, medium long sweet fruity and harsh aftertaste, Overall: not a persuasive example of Belgian Strong Ale, but still enjoyed, drinkable.

3.9
nordic (652) - Tartu, ESTONIA - JAN 17, 2017
Bottle @ deTolly baar. Dark yellow, hazy. Sugary sweet aroma, strong toffee appearance, fruits, caramel. Taste: dry, sweet, some bitterness, caramel. Rich palate. Nice example of belgian style.

3.8
VamboladeTolly (2179) - Tartu, ESTONIA - JAN 17, 2017
[email protected] Maxima, Tartu. Pours slightly hazy orange/amber with small brief head. Aroma: sweet, caramel, toffee, sweet pale fuits, Taste: medium plus sweet with some weak balancing sourness, caramel, a bit yeasty, toffee, Medium body. Smooth to drink. Nice beer. Sweet finish.

3.8
phfyysik (1426) - Tartu, ESTONIA - JAN 17, 2017
75cl bottle. Pours light caramel brown with light beige head. Some residue in. Aroma is butterscotch, caramel, milk, toffee, some herbs, cinnamon. Taste is caramel, butterscotch, some fruity sourness, cream, oily, butter, milk chocolate, some yeast, milk caramel. Very good beer!

3.5
Guruhso (998) - Grindsted, DENMARK - NOV 26, 2016
Bottle at lumskebugten. Malty. Aroma of caramel, syrup, toffee, nuts and overiped fruits, dried fruits. Orange/apricot notes. The flavour is heavy sweet. The body is medium and the texture is oily. Lively carbonation.

3.2
JaKeAFC (1283) - ITALY - OCT 16, 2016
On tap at Open Baladin Torino. Dark amber to light red color, almost clear, frothy offwhite head, persistent. Aroma is sugar, yeast, starch, fruit (plum, apricot, pear). Light hops. Taste sweetish, dugary. Medium body, sustained carbonation, slightly alcoholic, sticky finish. Reminded me of kwak somehow, but not sharp enough.


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