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Brewed By: Unibroue

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Number of Ratings: 955

Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale

Brewed In: 80, Des Carrieres, Chambly, Quebec, Canada

ABV: 10.50%

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Tasting Notes

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DTing profile pictureDTing - November 8, 2012
Simply awesome!
napalm211 profile picturenapalm211 - August 18, 2012
Would not drink it everyday, but a solid beer.
lord k profile picturelord k - August 6, 2012
It has a sweat smell, and a clean after taste for beaning fermented in it's bottle.
witchal profile picturewitchal - July 21, 2012
Translucent red brown pour with a thick head. Settle to an even bubbly cap. Complex smell of raisin, spice, dark malts, yeast and a "leather funk". Aroma translates into taste with rum soaked plum on the top, licorice and spice. Somewhat sweet. Malt and spice linger after the alcohol burn. Definitely made for sipping profile - July 18, 2012
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Helloproject profile pictureHelloproject - June 19, 2012
Strong flavor. You can really taste the lees. Not really a good beer to go with a meal.
jnkryan  profile picturejnkryan - June 9, 2012
Very rich, dark fruity flavor; slightly apple taste. Spices and raisins profile - June 8, 2012
Too strong. It's all booze and little flavor. Some spices and dark fruits work their way through, but overpowered by alcohol. Mouthfeel is great and appearance is elegant. profile - June 8, 2012
Very very strong. Not well hidden. Incredible mouthfeel, especially for something this strong. There is a smokey spiciness under the alcohol that is good an well developed.
sokjanan profile picturesokjanan - March 12, 2012
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