Alphadelic (2249) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 11, 2015
A truly mysterious smell. Deep, dark toffee with some fruit that I can’t place. In the mouth it is light and dry with that fudgey flavor again. I’d buy this again for certain, big flavors presented in a delicate way. mR_fr0g (14241) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - SEP 12, 2014
Bottle at home split with Sarah. I’ve been sitting on this for a while. Nice clear chestnut / red coloured pour with a lasting cream coloured head. Aroma is woody, musty, touch of brett like funk and some choc. Flavour is composed of earthy hay, caramel biscuity malts, musty, touch of apple. Definitely a bit of infections, but it remains an interesting drinkable beer. Paalte is effervescent, touch of sweeetness. Lingering funk and woody grains. Stuu666 (15522) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 11, 2014
Bottle at home. Pours ruby brown, sweet, light fruit, dry, hint of chocolate. MissPxx (991) - Greater London, ENGLAND - APR 23, 2014
Actually rating the new partizan abbey beer from keg. Very new, so not sure it's on rate beer yet. Gorgeous cloudy dark red amber colour. Deep fruity smell with a hit of hops. Well rounded flavour. Delicious.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone leaparsons (10906) - Wigston, Leicestershire, ENGLAND - APR 19, 2014
Bottle. Dark brown with an off white foam. Aromas are chocolate and raisins with spices. Cola and toasted malts with peppery alcohol. Fairly plummy with yeast. Flavours are sweet cola and toffee with a woody bitterness. Spicy with raisin fruitiness. Spritzy yeast on the palate. Pretty good.
Ragnampiza (757) - Rome / Lecce, ITALY - MAR 11, 2014
330 ml bottle from Ales By Mail, served in a Teku glass. Bottled on 19-08-2013. Beautiful dark copper, with some purple and magenta tinges, with big, frothy, forever lasting yellow-ish head. Intense aroma of burnt caramel, warm toffee, dark fruits, coffee powder, light spicy yeast notes. Very nice coffee bitterness during the taste, less spicy and more earthy compared to the aroma, with a toasted malts and caramel component. Dark fruits flavour follow suit, with some grapes and red berries notes. Slightly warming, but no presence of the alchool at all. Dry and moderately sweet finish. Average to lively carbonation, light to medium body and oily texture. Not a typical dubbel, that’s for sure, but I quite like it to be honest! Solid. JohnRMurdoch (5202) - Glasgow, SCOTLAND - FEB 15, 2014
330ml bottle from BeerRitz. Dark brown, ggod beige head. Spicy yeasty caramel aroma. Toasted yeasty coffee flavour. Coffee aftertaste. This one is a mix of styles. I don’t really like it. Beersiveknown (5324) - NORTHERN IRELAND - FEB 7, 2014
Bottle at home from ales by mailghendrix (171) - Rochester, New York, USA - JAN 8, 2014
hazy chestnut with fluffy tan head with rich Belgian esters, tart edge, citrus, yoghurt. Spiky carbonation, a lot of burnt toast. Shredded wheat, sweet cocoa treacle sponge. Dry finish. Unusual take on a dubbel.
Bottle at home. Pours hazy dark reddish brown with a beige head. Aromas of roasted malts, Belgian yeasty funk, caramel, chocolate, dried fruits. Taste is quite bitter and slightly spicy and sweet. Medium-full body and medium length finish. A bit disappointed actually. DanielBrown (4578) - Birmingham (via Leicester), West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 27, 2013
Bottle from Cotteridge Wines, Birmingham. Is this a Dubbel? Maybe it is. Sweet, caramel. Belgo yeast. Cola; nut; slight roast. Quite nice really. A bit fruity, a bit bitter.