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Brewed by Friese Bierbrouwerij
Style: Belgian Ale
Bolsward, Netherlands

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RATINGS: 73   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
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4.1
markschiedon (682) - NETHERLANDS - APR 13, 2017
Drinking from a 33 cl bottle. In the aroma chocolate, caramel and roast malt. The clear brown beer has a medium off white head. The taste is soft, sweet. Milk chocolate. Medium carbonated.

3.1
Wim (3968) - Weelde, BELGIUM - DEC 2, 2016
At Home dark brown colored body with a off white head and a spicy malt fruity aroma a spicy fruity malt sweet caramel dry bitter taste with an alcholic bitter finish

3.7
chromeotaphor (169) - NETHERLANDS - APR 25, 2016
Amber kleurig bier met een vrij spice warme afdronk. Hinten van noten, caramel, bruine suiker, siroop. Verrassend goed. Mooie amber kleur. Krijg hier leuke herinneringen van aan Friesland. Erg mooie in balans met een zachte mooie zoet bitter met een lichte bite.

3.2
stijnemans90 (196) - - FEB 14, 2016
Ik Vind die helemaal geen slecht bier. Type dubbel maar amber kleurig. Smaak van kandijsuiker. Prima te drinken.

2.1
ElDesmadre (3626) - Mikołów, POLAND - DEC 28, 2015
Bottle. Nuts in honey, lots of floral notes, cloyingly sweet malt base. Not good.

3.7
blackisle (2531) - IJburg, NETHERLANDS - JUL 6, 2015
Bottle 30cl. Hazy medium amber, smal frothy light beige head, settles after a whike, good lacing; sweet malty aroma, caramel, raisins, brown sugar, Bastogne cookies, light licorice, bit honey, cinnamon, apple treacle (rinse appelstroop); taste light heavy sweet, medium bitter, toffee, treacle; meddium body, oily to sticky texture, aftertaste sweetbitter, bitter orange, bit toasted, spicy notes; a nice and tasty yet somewhat underrated Dutch speciality beer.

3.2
PeatyPete (1051) - NETHERLANDS - FEB 23, 2015
Dark amber brown color with cream-coloured head. Aroma of malt and liquorice. Taste of caramel, candied sugar and some spices.

3.2
Alengrin (5262) - BELGIUM - JAN 10, 2015
Frisian dubbel, one of the instigators of the revival of Dutch beer culture back in the eighties so in my opinion, an underestimated classic. Purplish, dark red wine colour, clear with good, finely structured fizz; medium thick, milky, modestly lacing head consisting of minuscule bubbles. Aroma of caramel candy, cookie dough, iron, candied cherries, raisins, tea, biscuit, liquorice, cardboard, brown sugar, ’speculoos’, a weak impression of pipe tobacco, a fortunately very faint sulphuric hint of menure (!) and some vague DMS (red cabbage). Sweet onset, candi sugar, raisins, candied figs, overripe pear, with a dull kind of restrained sourishness; smooth, somewhat oily mouthfeel with soft carbonation; middle phase brings a solid, slick caramelly and nutty maltiness with chocolatey hints but slightly metallic as well; finishes in more caramelly malt sweetness along with leafy hop bitterness achieving just enough balance, and a touch of warming, bourbon-like alcohol. Smooth, sweet and warming, not too complex but very enjoyable on a winter’s day. Reminds me of a top-fermented Dutch Bock. Not bad, but the iron is just a bit too explicit.

2.2
Holmen2 (3568) - NORWAY - JUL 19, 2014
Clear dark orange. White head. Aroma of malt and sweet bitterharsh carame ml. Very caramel sweet. Unfresh aftertaste.

2.7
tricksta_p (4561) - Steenwijk, NETHERLANDS - NOV 16, 2013
Pours a clear amber/brown with a beige head. Aroma of malts, liquorice, spices, somewhat sugary. Medium sweet flavour. Not for me.


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