tderoeck (10617) - Gent, BELGIUM - JUL 23, 2012
20/VII/2012 - 75cl bottle from Geers (Oostakker) @ home - BB: VI/12 - (2012-734) RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - JUL 28, 2012
Little cloudy red brown beer, creamy light beige head, unstable, non adhesive. Aroma: sweet malty, caramel, raisins, alcohol, dried fruits, little chocolaty. MF: soft carbon, medium body. Taste: dried fruits, oranges, sweet sugary touch, bit vinous, slightly sour, some caramel. Aftertaste: orange peel, bit sweet ,lots of raisins, dried figs, brown sugar and caramel, little bitter in the end. The bottle was a bit old, but it’s a mighty beer.
Bottle, Rehills, Ncl. Rich fruity aroma of raisins, plums and sweet malt. Pours a nice deep reddy-brown with a thickish off white head. Soft and warming, with sweetness all the way through. Plenty of bready flavours and red fruit leave a really satisfying aftertaste. Really pleased I picked this up. Senka (1097) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - OCT 20, 2013
33cl bottle. Pours in layers: yeast is of some strange gravity, that it floats 1cm under head - on of the best looking beers I have seen recently. Aroma of sugar, caramel, yeast, abbey cellars and bar beer cellars as well. Gently sweet, medium bitter and medium yeasty sour - extremely fine balance here. Medium to full body, oily, slick texture, carbonation, again, is observed from all the layers of poured beer (and not just from the bottom). Do not drink this beer as your fitst beer of the evening, have an apéritif lager or light dunkel. P.S. Reminds me of my first cider batch, that was as "organic" as possible - yeast is all natural here. Case (304) - GERMANY - NOV 20, 2014
Pours dark brown with medium off-white head. Aroma of plums, raisins, sour cherries. Taste is nicely balanced bitter sweet with loads of dark fruit and a light refreshing sour note. I’ve found the other Scheldebrouwerij beers I’ve had so far to be rather lackluster but Dulle Griet is a winner. DanielBrown (4563) - Birmingham (via Leicester), West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 24, 2015
Bottle from shop in Vlissingen. Lovely brown beer. Sweet, tangy, moreish. Very reminiscent of one of those reductions which are placed in a small jug, next to the plate of food, on Masterchef: the Professionals. You know, one of those succulent, port and beef stock bouillen things, which are extremely flavoursome and very glossy. Good beer.
Castelijns (3) - - MAY 1, 2016 does not count
Goed biertje om te drinken. Goed van smaak. Mooi van kleur. Heb het koud genuttigd.
eczematic (1326) - Adelaide, AUSTRALIA - SEP 7, 2002
good stuff. nice clear red-brown colour with big offwhite head. spicy rummy smell. tastes round, malty and fairly sweet, but with good zeeland saltiness in finish. note666 (1316) - Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS - MAY 24, 2008
330 ml bottle. brown red colur. creme head. nice caramel taste, sweet and bitter. Borresteijn (7602) - Zaandam, NETHERLANDS - AUG 7, 2008
Bottle @ home. Dark brown, off white head. Nose of brown sugar, dark fruits, chocolate. Taste is brown sugar, roasted malts, dark fruits and chocolate. Soft bitterness in the finish. Very smooth and really tasteful dubbel. Habanero (4911) - Tranbjerg, DENMARK, DENMARK - SEP 6, 2008
Bottle, Pours hazy cobber-brown with a nice tan head, mostly dimnishing. Malty nose with caramel, yeast and brown sugar. Sweet flavour with caramel, malt and dried fruit. Medium to full bodied. Slightly bitter finish. A realy nice brew