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Brewed by Huisbrouwerij De Halve Maan
Style: Abbey Dubbel
Brugge, Belgium

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RATINGS: 492   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.28/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle; Unfiltered. Keg.
Brugse Zot Dubbel is a dark brown beer, inclining towards ruby red. It is brewed with six special varieties of malt, which give the beer a rich and distrinctive aroma. One can discover the scent of honey, almonds, chocolate and brown sugar. By using the Czech Saaz hop from Zatec, the beer has a complex palate of roasted malts and a distrinctive flavour. Brugse Zot Dubbel is known to leave a warm glow in the mouth with a bitter and hoppy finish, leaning towards liquorice and coffee roast. Bottle conditioned.

Ingredients: water, barley malt, sugar, Saaz hops, yeast.

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3.4
sonnycheeba (5988) - Federal Hill, Baltimore, Maryland, USA - FEB 17, 2012
Tap. Pours dark brown with thin off white head; short retention and minimal lacing. Aroma is toasted and bread malt, caramel, with faint fruit and earthy notes. Flavor is heavy malt, average esters, and light hops. Medium body and carbonation with low warmth.

3.5
kschep (1707) - DENMARK - FEB 14, 2012
#1237 Draught; Nose is mediumsweet malt, weak toffee, rose petals, hazel, little cream, feel Is watery, carb Is mediumplus, taste is leaves, sour earth, cane sugar, later dry lemon, mellow bread, sour red berries. Mediumweak hops finish

3.1
Barada (6) - RUSSIA - FEB 12, 2012 does not count
Not the best dubbel that i’ve tasted. Aroma - caramel, bread, roasty. Appearance - brown, minimal head. Taste - medium sweetness. Palate - medium body, long finish. Overall - very simple dubbel.

3.3
thanatosti (1697) - Culemborg, NETHERLANDS - JAN 25, 2012
UPDATED: AUG 23, 2014 33 cl. bottle @ home. Dark brown with an off-white head. Malty, yeasty, caramelly smell. Not too sweet taste, with some yeast and caramel. Decent but a bit thin dubbel.

3.2
BelgBeerGeek (1308) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - JAN 3, 2012
From backlog

Head: off white
Colour: redish brown
Smell: roasted malts, hops, bitter
taste: start is chocolat, roasted malts and yeasty, overall is bitter, with a sweet dry end

3.1
Bontus (800) - Flanders, BELGIUM - JAN 2, 2012
Bottle, gift. pours brown. Nose uninteresting, aroma of pilsner malts with just the lowest amount of roasted malts. Taste well balanced, appearance ok, very standard dubbel. Boring, but flawless.

3.5
swoopjones (7020) - Buffalo, New York, USA - DEC 29, 2011
draft at Blue Monk, Buffalo. Chestnut brown pour, sweet caramel malt with some sweet sugary notes in the aroma. Decent flavor for a dubbel, sweet caramel maltiness, fruity yeastiness. Better than anticipated

3.2
BobEvers (370) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 26, 2011
Fles33cl Kleur: Roodbruin, met een flinke creme schuimkraag die snel verdwijnt. Veel koolzuur. Geur: Kruidig Smaak: Licht zoet, alcoholisch. Bittere nasmaak. Een vrij zwaar bier. Wel lekker!

3.3
MaartenRF10 (1950) - Wageningen, NETHERLANDS - DEC 25, 2011
Typical belgian abbey double. Dark brown with nice beige head. Not a lot of aroma. Taste is just as you’d expect from an abbey boudle, nothing special.

3.7
GSAP (746) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 18, 2011
UPDATED: APR 15, 2012 Sterk lychee met kruiden aroma, wat verrast, maar een exotisch tintje met zich meebrengt. De kraag doet zijn best en is wild van opbouw, door het rijkelijk koolzuur. Smaak is een mix van frisse appel, warme toast met roomboter (?), iets van melkchocolade en een beetje kruidnagel. Afdronk is lang en licht bitter. #2 Rozijn in aroma, en kruidiger van smaak, peperig, naast alle bovengenoemde.


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