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Brewed By: Brouwerij Westmalle (Adbij der Trappisten van Westmalle)

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Number of Ratings: 1446

Style: Dubbel

Brewed In: Belgium

ABV: 7%

IBU: 32

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Westmalle Trappist Dubbel

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Tasting Notes

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Zie profile pictureZie - September 16, 2015
Dark with quickly dissipating head. Roasted yeasty smell. Roasted nutty anterior with low bitter and low alcohol finish and heavy carbonation throughout. Ok beer, poor example of a Trappist beer.
BethsBeer profile pictureBethsBeer - August 29, 2015
Dark, hard to describe. Not bitter. Good.
artesadambar profile pictureartesadambar - July 6, 2015
Me ha gustado bastante
jmile profile picturejmile - April 10, 2015
Dark light robust malt
thebigernied profile picturethebigernied - April 1, 2015
Taste isn't bad but wayyy over carbonated.
Pedestria profile picturePedestria - November 29, 2014
Good dark ale, if a tad watery. Slightly but not overly fruity. Not very strong alcohol flavor. Bottle. Ghent, Belgium 11/2014
skywriter1 profile pictureskywriter1 - September 20, 2014
Best served just below room temperature - if you have it in the fridge take it out 15-20 minutes before serving. If it's room temp, fridge it for the same amount of time before serving
boltach profile pictureboltach - June 7, 2014
Not overwhelming, flavor is there but not prelevant, and tastes like a above average beer
TearsforBeers profile pictureTearsforBeers - May 20, 2014
Good spice,slight bitter note at the End..Some oak flavor I'm getting.. Enjoyed this beer very much!!
Rebel Rocketman profile pictureRebel Rocketman - May 9, 2014
Deep maltiness with heavy, raisin/prune notes and notable caramel flavors. Spicy yeast character emphasized by spritzy carbonation. Slight noble hop presence, but no noticeable bitterness. Definitely one to be savored.
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