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Belgian beer review bonanza

A little while back I got a beer mail from the nice folks over at Belgianbeerz.com with some lovely Belgian beers. I was thinking of doing separate posts for each beer but as I started reviewing them I though I might as well pack them all up in one big review.

This post contains short reviews of the following beers:

  • Brasserie Lefebvre Barbãr
  • Brasserie Lefebvre Floreffe Prima Melior
  • Cantillon Kriek
  • De Dolle Oerbier
  • De la Senne Jambe-de-Bois
  • Girardin Framboise
  • La Ramée Amber
  • Oud Beersel Oude Geuze Vieille
  • Scheldebrouwerij Oesterstout
  • St. Bernardus Wit (Blanche)
  • Troubadour Obscura

So, without further ado, here are some reviews of a bunch of different Belgian beers, in alphabetical order:

Brasserie Lefebvre Barbãr, Belgian Strong Ale, 8% ABV

Looks

A golden clear color with an off-white head.

Aroma

Very sweet aroma with hints of honey and sweet malts. There are some yeasty hints as well, and as the temperature of the beer rises some hints of alcohol appear.

Flavor

As sweet as expected wit

Source: BeerNorway

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