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Brouwerij Corsendonk
Brewed at Brasserie Du Bocq

Style: Abbey Dubbel
Turnhout, Belgium

bottled
common

on tap
available

Broad Distribution

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RATINGS: 1720   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.66/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Bottle conditioned.
Marketed as Corsendonk Abbey Brown Ale in North America.
Launched 1982 by Jef Keersmaekers as Pater Noster. Brewed by Brasserie Du Bocq since launch.
Ingredients: Caramel, Pilsen and Munich barley malts, and Saaz, Kent and Hallertau hops
Brewed with roasted malt, hence its deep dark reddish colour. It is a mellow, dark, top-fermented beer, refermented and matured in the bottle to obtain a lively, bubbly beer with a rich head

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4.2
jonsiii (165) - Fredericia, DENMARK - SEP 23, 2005
UPDATED: SEP 29, 2005 [email protected] Punch in taste and aroma! Good sparkling carbonation almost like wine. One of my favorites. I’ll definitely rerate later. :)

4.5
hughie (3996) - Bedford, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 20, 2005
Dark brown and cloudy with a huge beige head that lasted well. Yeast in the aroma, some plum as well perhaps. Quite an unusual vegetal background. Interesting. The taste was wonderfully warming with alcohol, fruit and liquorice. More sourness than sweetness in my opinion. A little gentle bitterness to finish. Very, very good.

3.9
clifford0163 (93) - Maryland, USA - SEP 18, 2005
nice red brown color to it has a nice sweetness and bitterness to it but does not really stand out in the crowd but is a great beer reguardless

3.7
SSSteve (4006) - - SEP 15, 2005
alcohol, cherry, plastic aroma. cloudy reddish brown color. no head. didnt notice a chocolate flavor but more raisin and dark fruit. excellent dubbel.

3.2
Sten (752) - Westerlo, BELGIUM - SEP 14, 2005
Deep brown colour with a white head. The aroma is malty and yeasty. The taste is sweet and a bit acidic. (Bottle 33cl)

3.7
Bart (2938) - Brussels, BELGIUM - SEP 13, 2005
tap, drown coloured, average head, toasted aroma with some sweet chocolate touches. Creamy smooth taste with a soft bitter after taste. A good beer!

3.5
tronraner (2459) - Walland, Tennessee, USA - SEP 12, 2005
UPDATED: JAN 29, 2011 It has been a long time since I’ve had this, so it’s due for a re-rate. (initial rating, 7/3/7/3/17=3.7, 9/12/2005). Pours a dark brown with amber highlights, some floaties, and a fizzy khaki head. The aroma is spritzy lemon, quite a bit of dusty yeast, slight notes of dark chocolate and toasted almonds, and some very distant prune. The flavor is dusty and slightly nutty. Pumperknickel, toasted almonds, faint wood, and a little bit of raisin come to mind first. There’s an ever-so-subtle burnt note in there. Toward the finish it gets a little bit of a caramel character that seems to become more noticeable after several sips. Then another dose of that dusty taste. The aftertaste is mild and short-lived. It still drink pretty good, but isn’t particularly impressive overall.

3
harrisoni (18572) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - SEP 10, 2005
Bottle. Dark brown with tinge of red, thickish tan head. Nice dark beer with slightly sweet fruit but nice hop finish. Smooth in mouth. Does everything you would expect, but doesn’t have any distinctive character

4.1
MmmmCheese (29) - Columbia, Maryland, USA - SEP 9, 2005
Very uniform brown color that’s nice to look at. Ample head that reminds you of the top of a root beer float. A crisp smell to it. Excellent, well balanced taste. One of the best beers I’ve ever had.

3.9
kevin62 (267) - New Jersey, USA - SEP 5, 2005
a rich,dark color with flavors of both raisins and chocolate.Very good but I liked the pale ale better.


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