New Belgium Grand Cru Abbey Ale Grand Cru/Abbey Ale [Type 29] 9.5% ABV Vital stats from New Belgium: ABV - 9.5% IBU - 20 Calories - 270 Hops - Willamette, Target, Liberty Malts - Pale, Chocolate, Carapils, C-80, Munich OG - 16.2 TG - 2.6
Beers of Central and Eastern Europe Baltika #5 Gold 5.3% ABV, Euro Pale Lager. [Type 12] A pretty good lager, tastes a lot like a Heineken. 3 beers. I'd drink it. Stout homebrew More delicious homebrew that we have had in months past. Czechvar 5.0% ABV, Czech pilsner
Belgian Ales Always a favorite of mine, we return again to Belgian Ales. We had a particularly good selection this year, with two kinds of Golden Carolus, a new front runner for my favorite Belgian brand. Belgian Ales February 2011Cuvee van de Keizer Rood 10% ABV Golden Ale [Type 3]
Strong Ales This month's theme was beers of greater than 10.0% alcohol by volume. This means lots of flavor and thick mouthfeel. There are a number of styles that find their way into this category. There are barleywines, Belgian ales, and imperial styles that have extremely high alcohol contents.
Noel de Calabaza Belgian Dark Ale, [Type 29] 9.0% ABV This beer shares sour notes with its close neighbor, the Flanders Red style. The sour flavor is foremost, but not overwhelming. Some fruity sweetness is also present. No noticeable hop flavor. Dark brown, with an impressively fluffy head. Aged
Brown Ales November 2010 Lineup Brown ales originate in England. The original brown ale style is made from 100% brown malt. There is some difference between American brown ales [Type 33] and English brown ales [Type 47], with the American styles tending to be drier and hoppier. New Belgium La