15. BELGIAN ALE

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15.1. Saison

Most commonly, a pale, refreshing, highly-attenuated, moderately-bitter, moderate-strength Belgian ale with a very dry finish. Typically highly...

15.2. Bière de Garde

A fairly strong, malt-accentuated, lagered artisanal beer with a range of malt flavours appropriate for the colour. All are malty yet dry, with clean...

15.3. Trappist Single

A pale, bitter, highly attenuated and well carbonated Trappist ale, showing a fruity-spicy Trappist yeast character, a spicy-floral hop profile, and...

15.4. Belgian Blond Ale

A moderate-strength golden ale that has a subtle fruity-spicy Belgian yeast complexity, slightly malty-sweet flavour, and dry finish. Commercial...

15.5. Belgian Dubbel

A deep reddish-copper, moderately strong, malty, complex Trappist ale with rich malty flavours, dark or dried fruit esters, and light alcohol blended...

15.6. Belgian Tripel

A pale, somewhat spicy, dry, strong Trappist ale with a pleasant rounded malt flavour and firm bitterness. Quite aromatic, with spicy, fruity, and...

15.7. Belgian Golden Strong Ale

A pale, complex, effervescent, strong Belgian-style ale that is highly attenuated and features fruity and hoppy notes in preference to phenolics....

15.8. Belgian Dark Strong Ale

A dark, complex, very strong Belgian ale with a delicious blend of malt richness, dark fruit flavours, and spicy elements. Complex, rich, smooth and...

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