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Brewed By: Brewery & Blenderie Ommegang

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7.29568

Number of Ratings: 2452

Style: Belgian Amber Ale

Brewed In: 656 County Hwy 33, BOX 656, Cooperstown, NY 13326, USA

ABV: 6.5%

IBU: 21


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Tasting Notes

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gflock profile picturegflock - August 15, 2012
A very fine offering from Ommegang. Viva Cooperstown!!!
quara0 profile picturequara0 - August 9, 2012
Marvelous blend of citrus toffee honey. Light bitter after taste.
KANGAfat profile pictureKANGAfat - July 28, 2012
Sly Fox.
witchal profile picturewitchal - July 26, 2012
Pours a orange gold with a huge off white head. Malt and cider nose with pepper hints. Mellow & spicy(?) taste of yeast, apples, cloves. Stayed carbonated and heady throughout the drink. Dry.
kansasyankee@hotmail.com profile picturekansasyankee@hotmail.com - July 15, 2012
Darkness 45 Rating 78 Page 142
agillis22@gmail.com profile pictureagillis22@gmail.com - June 30, 2012
Good, but could have a stronger orange blossom finish
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - June 18, 2012
it was good, if well overhyped for me personally! It has citrusy and bready aromas, but they are dominated by the yeasty sweatiness. It is lightly cloudy and spotty on the surface, while light amber in colour with a fine white head that boasts excellent lace and retention. A hoppy pine quality not present on the nose comes through on the tongue, as does some yeasty spice. It is bold and very, very dry nearly to the point of astringency, yet in an odd way: it is the combination of sweaty yeast and piney hops that dries as if merging the Belgian and American Pale Ale styles, but is closer to what could be called a Belgian/India Pale Ale possibly. It has a medium body and a low carbonation that, if higher, could suit the dryness a bit better. Grade: B-
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - June 18, 2012
it was good, if well overhyped for me personally! It has citrusy and bready aromas, but they are dominated by the yeasty sweatiness. It is lightly cloudy and spotty on the surface, while light amber in colour with a fine white head that boasts excellent lace and retention. A hoppy pine quality not present on the nose comes through on the tongue, as does some yeasty spice. It is bold and very, very dry nearly to the point of astringency, yet in an odd way: it is the combination of sweaty yeast and piney hops that dries as if merging the Belgian and American Pale Ale styles, but is closer to what could be called a Belgian/India Pale Ale possibly. It has a medium body and a low carbonation that, if higher, could suit the dryness a bit better. Grade: B-
fish1950@comcast.net profile picturefish1950@comcast.net - May 31, 2012
Enjoyed thoroughly at the BO outside of Cooperstown. Smooth, balanced, delicious spice. One of the best.
dlitolff profile picturedlitolff - May 6, 2012
Smooth Belgian amber ale. Good.
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