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Formerly brewed at Grain d’Orge (Brasseurs De Gayant)
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Ronchin, France

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RATINGS: 741   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.85/5   EST. CALORIES: 390   ABV: 13%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle (13% abv) and can (11.8%): Filtered.
Ingredients: Water, Barley Malt, Wheat, Rice, Sugar, Hops.
Alcohol content lowered in 2002 from 15% to 13% when brewery changed name from Jeanne d’Arc to Grain d’Orge.
"The dark amber coloured Belzebub offers an intense alcohol flavour with a strong supporting maltiness."
The 11.8% version is canned in Holland.

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3.1
Beerhunter111 (20482) - P´Castle, GERMANY - MAR 2, 2014
Ins Glas ergießt sich ein orangegoldenes Bier mit wenig Schaum. Geruch sehr malzig süß, fruchtig, alkoholisch. Geschmack süß malzig, fruchtig, trotz des hohen Alkoholgehalts sehr gut zu trinken.

2.5
Pjtaelman (33) - SPAIN - FEB 25, 2014
A bit too sweet for my taste. The sweetness masks the high alcohol %. Not bad at all, but does not really taste like real beer. Nice bottle though.

2.4
EtTuCthulhu (1391) - Columbia, Missouri, USA - FEB 20, 2014
The color is a clear orange with a small white head, and the aroma is boozy and reminiscent of bread malts. The taste is quite boozy, mildly sour, and a touch sweet, and the palate fuses a medium body, oily texture, aaverage carbonation, and a boozy but short finish.

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Sissio (1649) - Orsenigo, ITALY - FEB 13, 2014
Clear amber, cream minimal to absent head Winey, malts, passito, sweetness, peer, mellow alcohol Sweet, light bitter ending covered by alcohol complex fruitiness, sharp taste feeling

3.4
jan23778 (123) - Sant Antoni De Vilamajor, SPAIN - FEB 9, 2014
Nice amber colour with a malty smell. Strong taste, hints of brandy. It would have been nice with more prune taste as this fits better to the type of beer.

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ABT_S54 (352) - West Midlands, ENGLAND - JAN 25, 2014
25cl bottle in a Trappist glass. Pours a thick dark straw colour with a fair head made with large bubbles - quickly dissipates. Aroma is just strong alcohol and little else. Taste is much of the same but with added pepperiness. Quite unpleasant and certainly would benefit from less alcohol.

2.9
emartell (352) - Zapopan, Jalisco, MEXICO - JAN 11, 2014
El aroma de esta cerveza se resume en notas a base de malta con un fuerte respaldo alcohólico. Cerveza de color cobre, con destellos naranja, carbonatacion muy baja. Corona de espuma nula y cuerpo ligero. En boca suave, alcohólica y ligeramente citrica. Al paladar es una cerveza fuerte, donde du potencia alcohólica se percibe desde el primer trago. Se percibe ligeramente un sabor a malta y un toque herbal y citrico. En resumen hablamos de una cerveza potente muy alcoholica pero con un ligero y sabroso toque a malta, aun que lejos de el estilo que representa, carece de la complejidad de una Belgian strong ale.

3.3
jcweaver (768) - VA Beach, Virginia, USA - DEC 29, 2013
Bottle. Pours copper with a small off-white head. Strong alcohol in the aroma with notes of caramel, malt and light fruit. Very sweet flavor with notes of caramel, alcohol and light dark fruits. Sticky sweet finish with more alcohol notes.

2.5
hype (40) - - DEC 27, 2013
In my opinion, stronger alcohol taste than some beers with higher percentage of alcohol I've tried. Tried the bottle. Seemed a bit flat and just "off".

2.7
WillemsUrenkel (1876) - Oldenburg, GERMANY - DEC 22, 2013
0,25 l bottle. Red golden in the glass, nearly no head. Winery and light alcoholic on the nose. Starts oily, fruity, cherry, almond, alcoholic, light herb dry malt sweetness. Mid bitter palate at the end.


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