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Brewed By: The Bruery Terreux Tasting Room / The Bruery

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Number of Ratings: 467

Style: American Brown Ale

Brewed In: 737 Dunn Way, Placentia, CA 92870, USA

ABV: 10.0%

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Greybeard51 profile pictureGreybeard51 - December 28, 2016
Odd profile - October 22, 2016
Not. Bad. Slight pumpkin taste not too heavy.
jmile profile picturejmile - October 5, 2016
Sweet great Belgium. Mellow malts
superdeckman profile picturesuperdeckman - January 24, 2016
Just delicious ! Smell some fig and spices. On pull I got fig, plum, raisin, cinnamon, yams on back end. Sticky sweet finish. As it warms a little the maple comes in high in palate and flows to the end of the pull profile - January 10, 2016
Amber brown, think head dissipates quickly. Hoppier than expected. Burnt molasses and spices. Lingering finish
fermentor profile picturefermentor - January 1, 2016
Not too sweet. Good.
ashes91 profile pictureashes91 - November 9, 2015
I caught some hints of candied yams and malt but I mostly tasted maple and molasses. The body was surprisingly light, which I wasn't expecting due to the fancy description and the fact that it was a brown ale (not to mention a whopping 10% abv). There was barely any hop. My biggest complaint was that this beer was too sweet. Over all I gave it 3 stars because I appreciated it's unique qualities and was able to enjoy it as a fun fall time beer. I don't know if I will drink it again though.
Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - October 31, 2015
Great Belgian dark fruits taste; slightly sweet caramel taste; potent but smooth; complex and enjoyable; dark clear Amber color
mbaver profile picturembaver - October 26, 2015
Too much spices flavor
brewbaker profile picturebrewbaker - October 1, 2015
Interesting! Malty and smooth, big like a strong ale. But breweries with yams and traditional fall spices. Then fermented with a Belgian style ale yeast. This has a lot going on but blends it well.
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