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Brasserie Duyck

Saint Druon De Sebourg (French Abbey Ale)

11.2 oz bottle. Interesting. Very nice golden color with a fairly fast fading head and some lacing. A little chill haze. Nose is sweet and sugary but not much else. Nice thirst quenching qualities but with that comes a lack of body. A little apple and citrus tang, but very little in the way of flavorful malt and hops. A very lightweight beer but quite nice to drink quickly for a refreshing feel.

Jenlain Ambrée

$2.49 Ziggy's, Chattanooga, TN, USA, single 11.2 fl oz bottle. Poured into the Trois Pistoles chalice, we get an amber pour with some soapy like head and very little lacing. Aroma is excellent with a lot of sherry and rum like aromas. This is both a good and a bad thing. It's good because it smells delicious, but bad since it creates a mental picture of the taste that is richer, thicker and more complex than the mouthfeel, and ultimately the taste, delivers. Taste is alcoholic liquor, that...