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Brewed By: The Bruery Terreux Tasting Room / The Bruery

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Number of Ratings: 467

Style: American Brown Ale

Brewed In: 737 Dunn Way, Placentia, CA 92870, USA

ABV: 10.0%

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Autumn Maple

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Tasting Notes

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dwpike profile picturedwpike - January 21, 2013
Flavor notes of brown sugar and yam complement the higher abv and Belgian style and provide great balance
HunterDuke profile pictureHunterDuke - January 4, 2013
A lot of molasses and spice accompanying a large mix of yeast and esther. Not much maple or yam, but definitely tastes like a good Belgian. Best kept chilled, if you're drinking it alone.
zomerhouse profile picturezomerhouse - December 21, 2012
Raisin and yeasty nose. Sweeter than expected at first taste, get the brown sugar...less on the maple. Yams are also strong at tasting, adding more sweetness. High alcohol content is masked by sweetness. A nice bitter Belgian finish makes it even better. Aroma gets better and more complex as it warms. Good Shit!!!
BeermanChad profile pictureBeermanChad - December 16, 2012
Lots of flavors from the maple and molasses and still retains Belgian style
mouland profile picturemouland - December 16, 2012
Worst place. Christina favorite beer. Tasted terrible
TheAnc profile pictureTheAnc - November 23, 2012
All I tasted was the alcohol. Didn't enjoy it
DaxAttack profile pictureDaxAttack - November 22, 2012
Different than I'd thought - not as thick or syrupy. Pumpkin and yam aroma and overtone (which I prefer as opposed to a strong pure taste). Spices to the max, even a sip of the head. Great after taste, nice maple and winter autumn flavors. Belgian style, a pinch of sour is cool for the winter style. Good malt, good after meal beer, though not as extreme or maximized in characteristic as I'd expected. Vast flavor layering. Not boozey, but you can taste the 10%(tastes like 8 but its not unbalanced). Better nice and cold. profile - November 22, 2012
Definite disappointment. Nose is almost all Belgian yeast. Maybe a bit of molasses or clove. No trace of the legendary amount of yams. Taste follows the nose. Yeasty notes, warming esters I think. A clusterfuck of spice on the middle. Mostly molasses. Yeast again at the end. Where are the yams? Can I drink Celebration now? profile - October 29, 2012
Good Belgian accent to a brown ale. Tastes like fall
BBrewster profile pictureBBrewster - October 6, 2012
While the fact that this was a Belgian was nice, I feel like more time and $ might have been spent on the nice bottle and label rather than the brew inside of it.
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