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Formerly brewed at Riva Brouwerij (Duvel-Moortgat)
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Dentergem, Belgium

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RATINGS: 566   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.22/5   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A Belgian golden ale. On the nose it is lightly hoppy and yeastily spicy, with faint caramelly malt notes and a touch of citrusy and estery fruit. The head tastes extremely bitter, as is often the case with this style. Surprisingly fruity, but with a strong hoppy bitterness. There is a warming, malty, vanilla quality to it, which develops into an alcohol kick towards the end. Secondary fermentation in the bottle.

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bkuzmin99 (20) - Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 1, 2002
Like its name suggests, this stuff is wicked!! Real smooth and fruity taste, but after 2 of them you start to buzz.

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SJP (483) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 2, 2002
Really an excellent Belgian. Definately a yeasty nose, but it has nice fruity tones throughout and a good hop bitterness that I enjoyed. Decidedly one of the better Belgians.

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thehoff (598) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - MAR 5, 2004
Pale gold, lacey white head. Smells strong, sweet, citrusy. Nice flavor. Good little burst of sourness and then leads lightly into a good bitter finish. Clean taste. Nice name.

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Cornfield (5569) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - SEP 20, 2004
Drinking one of these from a fresh bottle as I type. It poured a cloudy yellow with a tightly bubbled head. Solid carbonation. Great fruity, spicy aroma. "Sweet" fruity taste with a spiciness and a citric hoppiness. Bubbly mouthfeel with a mild alcohol presence. A friendly warming drink with a pleasantly bitter finish. Unfortunately, this was the last one in my ’fridge.

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deprogram (115) - Renton, Washington, USA - DEC 16, 2004
12 oz bottle Blam. This beer packs a velvet punch, masked by a slightly sour aroma. The frothy, fine-grained head gives way to a pale, yellow liquid that bites the tongue nicely on the way down. The taste is pure sweetness, but not overwhelming - just enough to dampen the burn of the alcohol and balance the bite of the hops.

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Tripplebrew (778) - Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA - FEB 8, 2009
Pours a copper honey with thick cream-colored head. Aroma is mineral caramel, clove and banana. Flavor is caramel hops with vanilla and malt undertones. Body is medium with high carbonation.

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Kristall-König (2820) - Oldenburg, GERMANY - AUG 9, 2011
Schöne weiße und feinporige Schaumkrone. Farblich bernsteinmäßig. Fruchtige und malzige Düfte, etwas alkoholisch. Antrunk perlig. Anschließend hefig und fruchtig mit einer Ahnung nach Pflaumen, beinahe die Zunge betäubend. Malzig und leicht brennend im Abgang. Ein sehr gutes Bier. 6666 - extra evil!Test vom 22.4.2007, Gebinde: Glasflasche

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stevoj (5367) - Boise, Idaho, USA - AUG 3, 2012
Rating the 2012 batch from Het Snker. Pours with a towering head, and nice golden color (tulip glass). Closely resembles a Duvel in taste and body. Sought this one out and was rewarded with a nice drink!

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Bamaboy1975 (242) - Suffolk, Virginia, USA - FEB 3, 2014
A: Light golden pale color, slightly cloudy S: Mild clove spice scent along with banana and fruit T: The taste of cloves translate from the nose to the palate strongly, not foreign to these types of beers. I generally don’t like Belgian beers, but I really enjoyed this one. The alcohol content warms as it goes down. O: I liked this beer a lot, I knew I couldn’t go wrong with a name like “Lucifer” and I was right. It was refreshing, clean and light, I look forward to drinking it again ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


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