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Brewed by Brouwerij Malheur (formerly De Landtsheer)
Style: Belgian Ale
Buggenhout, Belgium

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RATINGS: 294   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.28/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
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In a country with beers named after the Devil, or called "Sudden Death", one called "Misfortune" (Malheur, in French) is just another wry jest. The beer itself is no joke. On the contrary, it is an inspired beer. Malheur is made in a new, revivalist, brewery.

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Storm (2684) - Amager, DENMARK - MAR 17, 2006
33 cl bottle. Yeast at the bottom. Cloudy golden colour with a nice white head. Aroma of yeast, malt and hints of complex spices. Nice smooth light flavour of yeast, malt and ends up quite dry, very drinkable.

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kook (2033) - Perth, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA - APR 17, 2006
Bottle (Utobeer): Golden clear with a medium white head. Fruity, estery pepper aroma with pinapple and a touch of yeasty bread. Flavour is a little simple, mild fruits, dry spicy estery finish. Not bad.

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txspartan (1061) - Berchem, BELGIUM - MAR 10, 2011
A decent ale in its class. Blond and refreshening, has the potential to become a standard.

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Davros (3282) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - MAR 24, 2011
Pours hazy amber with a small lasting head. Nose shows doughy yeast and loads of herbal funky notes. A bit weird. Some hints of spices. Similar herbal notes follow through as flavours alongside the doughy Belgian yeast and soft phenols. Carbonation is pretty high, unnecessarily so.

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cgarvieuk (25987) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 26, 2011
bottle at home ... golden yellow ... big bubbly white head ... soft grassy yeasy hop nose ... banana and light salty hop flavour ... light dry yeast ... soft fruits ... ok... but not exciting me.

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lusikka (7833) - Tampere, FINLAND - NOV 15, 2011
250 ml bottle.
Pours a golden colour with a large white small head. Aroma of light spices, honey and herbs. Flavour of light spices such as cinnamon, sweet toffee, malts, herbs and mild dark fruits. Medium bodied, high carbonation and a sweet, fruity, slightly warming finish. Too sweet but pretty straightforward and well done.

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Palme (4823) - Bergen, NORWAY - JUL 22, 2013
0.25l bottle. This is a near clear, light blurry golden one with a big lasting white top. It smells really classic Belgian this. Belgian yeast, bright candied sugar, green sweet apples, something almost herbal and traces of some canned fruit-juice. Really lightdrinkable, somewhat fruit-sour sweet like glucose. It has a average+ carbonation level and a light oily mouthfeel. Again some light apply thing in the taste with hints of canned peaches. It’s actually not all that exciting his, but it’s not totally boring either. Just a bit generic perhaps? Lightdrinkable and definitely a Belgian taste over it. 16.05.2013

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visionthing (5533) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - JUL 24, 2013
From bottle at a tasting at Bar & Cigar. Almost clear golden with a white head. Fairly mild fruity and yeasty aroma with spices, malt and hints of hops. Moderate sweet, yeasty and fruity with some acidity and bitterness. Well balanced. Nice and easy drinkable Belgian ale.

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paulvanpelt (660) - Reusel, NETHERLANDS - OCT 29, 2013
Bleekgoud bier, flinke witte kraag. Aroma is fris, citrus, licht hoppig en bloemig, gist. Medium bitter, licht droge nasmaak. Levendig co2, licht tot medium body.

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Beerhunter111 (22513) - P´Castle, GERMANY - MAR 8, 2014
Ins Glas ergießt sich ein leicht trübes goldenes Bier mit ordentlicher Schaumkrone. Geruch hefig, malzig süß, leicht würzig. Geschmack leicht hefig, fruchtig malzig, Gewürze, blumig.


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