Category Archives: Belgian Ale

De Dolle Dulle Teve

Dulle Teve… never heard of it, but Mr. Dave thought it would be good and so he picked it up the other day… comes from De Dolle Brouwers in Belgium. I am as fond of a solid Tripel as the next … Continue reading

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Allagash 2009 Confluence Ale

Two Middle of the Roads for Allagash in the past on this here little blog, but Allagash 2009 Confluence Ale has turned the streak for them.  This is a pretty complex ale, featuring 2 types of yeast, 3 types of malts, … Continue reading

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Piraat Ale

Avast there, me hearties! There’s another drop of Belgian goodness passing my way, and boy is this one a winner… Piraat hails from the Brouwerij van Steenberge in what must be the fine town of Ertvelde – lucky, lucky people … Continue reading

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Leffe Blonde

Appropriately enough for a Sunday, this afternoon’s tipple is a perky little bottle of pale ale with a Belgian twist from the Abbey of Leffe,  who not surprisingly cash in on their medieval heritage with a stylish label that makes you … Continue reading

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Stone Cali-Belgique IPA

Had another solid round of tasting at the neighbors house the other day.  First on the list happened to be a new little number from Stone… Stone Cali-Belgique IPA.  This one looked really interesting when I picked it up at … Continue reading

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Delirium Nocturnum

You know this beer. You might not have drunk it yet, but you know you know it. You’ve seen it in the beer aisle in your local supermarket, the big creamy bottle with the wobbly pink elephant on the label. … Continue reading

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The Lost Abbey Inferno Ale

The Lost Abbey Inferno Ale The name of this beer stands alone as the introduction to this post and while I start to write, I feel a sense of internal conflict.  This is a wonderful beer… outstanding, IMO.  Maybe even … Continue reading

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