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95
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Brewed by Unibroue (Sapporo)
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Chambly, Canada

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RATINGS: 1666   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.68/5   IBU: 10   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Don de Dieu means "Gift of God". The Don de Dieu was the ship of Samuel de Champlain as he was commissioned by the King of France to explore the vast and inhospitable land called America.

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4.1
mkobes (2142) - paramus, New Jersey, USA - JAN 18, 2004
Peachy aroma and flavor. Cloudy yellow in color. Pleasant aroma. Malty. Very nice beer.

3.8
MaiBockAddict (1497) - Good Beer Bar Deprived, New Jersey, USA - JAN 17, 2004
UPDATED: JAN 18, 2004 Pours a cloudy yellow with a slight head. Plenty of carbonation. Pleasant peachy aroma. Malty flavor with a slight alcohol burn. This is nice and pleasantly drinkable.

3.6
argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - JAN 17, 2004
Mostly clear golden body with small white head. Aroma is medium sweet, yeasty, herbal, peach, light banana. Taste is light-medium honey sweet, peach, herbal, mild alcohol, finishing with medium alcohol warming. Medium body, acidic in the finish.

3.7
Goblincat (399) - Petersburg, Michigan, USA - JAN 15, 2004
Hazy wheat color with a short lasting white head. Citrisy aroma. Light refreshing flavor, with hints of wheat, malt, and fruit. Quite good, will drink again.

3.6
Dogbrick (14287) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - JAN 14, 2004
Sampled at From The Vine beer tasting Jan 9th, 2004: This brew pours a slightly cloudy dark yellow color with a thick white head. Fair lacing. Sugary sweet malt and fruit in the nose. Medium body with a nice blend of malt, citrus (mostly lemon) and yeast flavors. The alcohol is nowhere to be found. The finish is fruity with a touch of malt. Pretty good overall.

4
tidiaguy (168) - Hawley, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 8, 2004
Golden orange color, big suddsy white head settles fast with good lace. Spicey citrus aroma with light hints of yeast. Flavor was initialy spicey with more citrus fruit flavors and a sweetness like white grapes that have just a little bit of tartness. These initial flavors faded into a slighty yeasty phenolic taste. Mouth feel was quite lively with carbanation and spice. The after taste calmed down the palate with a nice slightly sweet malt smoothness.

4.3
raindog (560) - Evansville, Indiana, USA - JAN 6, 2004
12oz. BB date 06: Hazy golden,with streaming carbonation. Frothy head,settles,leaves lovely lace. Aroma is yeasty,quite hoppy,with supple amounts of aromatic malts. Full mouthfeel,kind of fizzy,big body. Chewy pale malts and wheat are followed with tons of yeasty esters. Finish starts with breadiness(malt) and ends quite hoppy. So very,drinkable. Haven't had this in a couple years,going to have to keep this one around. Might be my fav from Uni.

4.1
ukoolaid (580) - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA - JAN 5, 2004
Bottle. Hazy yellow/orange color with large white head. Aroma is a nice balance of malt, hop, and sweet fruit. Taste is nicely malty but has a nice dry finish. Flavors are fruity and spicy. I would really like to have this again because I was just trying a friend's glass to rate this. I want one of my own damn it. Good stuff.

3.7
Jayb0 (1218) - Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA - JAN 5, 2004
Surprised I never rated this. Lovely beer with flavors or orange and honey, almost liqueur-like in the middle. Spicy finish. Yellow-gold, quickly receding head. Aromas of yeast and citrus.

3.6
y0cola (361) - fremont, California, USA - JAN 3, 2004
Creamy wheaty golden yellow color. Nothing really new but a solid beer. Has an alcohol smell and taste.


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