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Don De Dieu

Don De Dieu
Unibroue
(Chambly, Quebec, Canada)


Tasting Notes

Style: Belgian Strong Pale Ale

Alcohol by volume: 9%

Appearance: Hazy straw yellow color with a snow white head on top. The head quickly dissolves to a thick ring around the surface.

Aroma: The aroma is very flowery with scents of honey, coriander, clove with some yeast and toasted malt mixed in..

Taste: This medium bodied beer gives you a nice tingle on the tongue with each sip. It begins with a nice honey flavor, which is quickly followed by a biscuit malt taste.  A fruity peach flavor finishes off each sip. A malty sweetness lingers after each sip.

Summary: A beer outside of the ordinary. It has a nice flavor, but is more for sipping with dinner than drinking with friends at a bar.

 

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