Filed under: Belgian Ale (trappist, tulip, tumbler), St. Bernardus | Tags: beautiful packaging, beautiful scent, but obviously unfiltered, cherries, clean, cloves, crisp, deep and balanced, deep reddish brown, flowery, Fruity, hearty fruity malt, intricate fresh lace, lighter body than expected, longer fruit based finish, nearly opaque, oak, peach, simple, some fleeting hops, spicy, staying white head
Style and Glass: Belgian Ale, Trappist
ABV, Volume & Calories: 6% in 11.2 fl oz. estimated at 150 C
Purchased at: Joe Canal’s Lawrenceville, NJ as part of a $17.00 gift pack with glass.
Aroma: beautiful scent, flowery, cherries, peach, cloves, spicy, fruity, oak.
Visuals: simple, beautiful packaging, cloudy iced tea, deep reddish brown, nearly opaque, staying white head, intricate fresh lace.
Taste: deep and balanced, hearty fruity malt, some fleeting hops, lighter body than expected.
Palate: crisp, clean, but obviously unfiltered, longer fruit based finish.
Overall: A wonderful brew. A bit expensive for what it is, understandably so, but a very nice experience.
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