Brewed by Brouwerij Hof Ten Dormaal
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Tildonk, Belgium


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RATINGS: 72   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.38/5   EST. CALORIES: 360   ABV: 12%
Brew N°1, Limited edition of 1755 bottles

The first beer made in our new oak aged gamma has been aged on Belgian Gin barrels. The aroma searches a balance between caramel, toasted bread and some fruity aspects such as apricot and plum. Also there is some form of spices, tasted as pepper and safran. The taste itself is mainly exotic fruit flavours, cassis and caramel. We end with a pure beer taste with a royal dose of heating alcohol.

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Martinus (4692) - Baarle-Nassau, NETHERLANDS - JAN 14, 2015
Clear golden colour, white head. Aroma of apple, yeast, jenever. Light bitter flavour, yeast, jenever. Sweet malty finish, jenever, wood. Nice.
(from 75cL bottle @ The Lounge, Baarle-Nassau)

DwarfeD (3540) - Amersfoort, NETHERLANDS - DEC 24, 2014
75cl bottle at home. Clear golden with almost no head. Medium to full body with low carbonation. Quite sweet with some bitter tones. Orange, apricot, sugar, caramel, some jenever and herbs. A nice sweet brew, but not too special.

teorn88 (7687) - Rimini, ITALY - NOV 4, 2014
Keg at the Kings Arms. It pours a hazy amber color with a small off-white head. Creamy foam that lasts quite long. Aroma Is sweet sticky juicy fruits, light woody alcohol and light gin herbs. Taste is mostly sweet, with juicy notes of orange and mango, more herbs and estery peppery yeast quality. Medium to full bodied with soft carbonation. Overall, interesting but a sipper.

RW80 (2703) - Hoogeveen, NETHERLANDS - NOV 1, 2014
0,7 l Brew No. 9 Appearance: Hazy deep golden, with a midium sized head. Aroma: Grains, citrus, candy sweetness jenever., some apricots, alcohol. Taste: Sharp Powerfull brew. Starts with bread, apricots, grain some sharp peppery notes and alchol in the finish. Thin-medium body with quite high high carbonation, but suprisingly working ok.

omhper (25541) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - SEP 11, 2014
Bottled at Pressklubben, Stockholm. Hazy deep golden, mid sized head. Buttery gin aroma with some marzipan. Sweet with full body and well rounded mouthfeel. Bread, ripe fruit and marzipan. Peppery warmth, honey in the finish. Unusual and interesting.

bierkoning (13598) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - AUG 22, 2014
Corked bottle. Golden color. Jenever, oak and a soft juniper aroma. Sweetish, alcoholic. Strong genever and juniper flavor. Oak. Sticky mouthfeel. Lovely.

sic1314 (4775) - Leiden, NETHERLANDS - JUL 6, 2014
Shared by Kermis. Poured a murky medium brown with an off white head. Aroma of dark fruit, citrus, candy sweetness and the jenever. Medium body, flavour is bitter, alcoholic burn, sweet fruit. A bit unbaanced.

MarcoDL (5295) - NETHERLANDS - JUL 6, 2014
This one didn’t work as well for me. With this powerful aging, it’s important to like the liquid it has aged on. Since I don’t really like jenever, I found this beer too sharp and boozy. Perhaps it’s better for jenever lovers.

kermis (14478) - The Hague / Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - JUL 5, 2014
Draft at the Kaapse Beer festival. Pours cloudy golden brown with an off white head. Aroma of light fruits, vinous aspects, jenever coming out but not as obnoxiously as I thought it might. Flavour is light moderate sweet and moderate bitter. Medium bodied with light carbonation.

JefVerstraete (3556) - Oosterzele, BELGIUM - JUN 11, 2014
Bottle from Ben. Hazy amber colour, thin white foam. Soft carbonation. Fruity aroma with notes of brown sugar and apricot. Very sweet boozy aftertaste. Alcoholic finish. Too sweet and boozy, not very well balanced.

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