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RATINGS: 306   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.16/5   SEASONAL: Summer   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Rolle Bolle is a wonderfully fun Belgian yard game and a delightfully easy summer ale. Brewed with monk fruit and soursop it stays true to the Belgian tradition of playing with beer and all that goes into it. Roll on.

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2.8
maekchu (3847) - Hirakata, JAPAN - AUG 22, 2013
Bottle. Dark, slightly stinky seaweed nose. Very light lemon juice color. Malty with some grass and sourish notes. Thin-medium body. Well, I suppose it’s a seasonal.... something. I have no idea what soursop and monkfruit are, or why they belong in a beer. Not impressed.

3.9
alexandersh (196) - Gilbert, Arizona, USA - AUG 20, 2013
Bottle; Pours pale yellow with large whitish head. Aroma: light / citrus/ bread/ vanilla. Flavor: Very refreshing, tastes of bread and yeast with a hint of citrus. Also has a note of vanilla bean.... Very good

3.5
WillRunForBeer (2623) - Massachusetts, USA - AUG 15, 2013
Pale gold with a white head. Aromas of cereal and tropical,fruit. Tastes like a standard pale ale hiding behind a bit of tropical fruit. Slightly bitter finish. A nice summer brew.

3.4
Geokkjer (7627) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 15, 2013
Bottle. Pours golden with a white head. Aroma of fruitiness, some spicy notes, malt and tropical fruit. Flavor is sweet and fruity with some tropical fruits, malt and floral notes. Medium body, average carbonation.

3.2
yngwie (17038) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 15, 2013
Bottle, 12oz. A clear, golden beer with a small, dense, white head. Lightly hoppy aroma, some pale malts and piney, fruity notes. The flavor isn’t pronounced enough I think, but still with enough bitterness compared with the sweetness and other flavors. Still, not enough flavors and aromas. Full body, soft carbonation. Bitter finish, but as the rest of the beer, a bit weak. Well, I might moderate myselv a bit. The beer presents itself as a boring IPA or APA when drank, but then the brewery seems to sell it as a pale Belgian Ale. Not sure what to think, It works only halfways as both. But it’s a decent beer anyway. 130815

2.9
Meilby (11366) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 15, 2013
Bottle 355ml @ Hotel Room, Hampton Inn, San Marcos, CA
Pours clear pale yellow with a white head. Arona has notes of malt, yeast and hint of fruits. Taste is light sweet and light bitter, Body is light, texture is thin, carbonation is soft.

3.1
GJF (1520) - Mount Vernon, Iowa, USA - AUG 14, 2013
Light straw pour, small white head. Sweet and fruity aroma. Flavor is generally sweet with some straw and light fruits. It’s very drinkable, not particularly belgian though, and not a whole lot to it.

2.8
spasticbeast (21) - Indiana, USA - AUG 13, 2013
Bottle- Pours a hazy pale yellow with white head. Smells like sour tropical fruit with some floral notes. Tastes bland with a little fruit stripes gum and some lingering bitterness. Medium carbonation with a dry finish. Overall, it was a very average beer with an interesting fruity something thrown in the mix.

3.2
AmEricanbrew (6878) - Same Trailer, Different Park, Louisiana, USA - AUG 13, 2013
Tap pour. Clear light golden color with white head. Nice floral, ganja bud aromas. light body, average carbonation. Dry spices, dusty pale malt flavors with some herbal essence--not bad.

3
cmonster (1000) - Portland, Oregon, USA - AUG 12, 2013
Bottled. Pours pale gold with a light haze. Minimal head but leaves a nice spotty froth. Nose is light pilsner malt and fruit. Light sweet, slightly tart fruit flavor. Light body, thin-sticky texture, and a dry, crisp finish. Good summer drinker.


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