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Brewed By: Bières de Chimay (Abbaye Notre Dame de Scourmont)

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Number of Ratings: 7575

Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale

Brewed In: Route de Charlemagne 8, Baileux (Chimay), 6464, Belgium

ABV: 9%

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Tasting Notes

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SFNinerz4Life profile pictureSFNinerz4Life - May 27, 2017
Good beer. I am more of a hefeweizen guy but this beer isn't too bitter and has a nice taste to it.
nil profile picturenil - May 18, 2017
How can one not appreciate the uniqueness of this beer from one of six remaining brewing monasteries in the world? Proprietary yeast and water combine to create this velvety smooth dark ale with a complex, candied caramel character.
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - April 30, 2017
Pours dark with a thick, frothy tan head. Light smell of bubblegum. Tastes of bubblegum, oak, plum, figs and alcohol. Creamy feel with a light alcohol burn. Good beer! profile - March 22, 2017
Good for a Belgium, esp at 9%; birthday beer with D & J Freeze
rossmcc64 profile picturerossmcc64 - January 10, 2017
Heavy, malty, Trappist ale. Good for sipping.
nants profile picturenants - January 4, 2017
Loved this beer. Dark but smooth. Pricey though
brookenicole profile picturebrookenicole - November 27, 2016
Not bad. Couldn't drink more than one at a time. It was a little bitter, but not too bitter.
uabmedic profile pictureuabmedic - November 13, 2016
Love it, my fav so far
Bkapp profile pictureBkapp - November 4, 2016
Medium carbonation, light mouthfeel. Notes of raisins and plum but not too sweet. Aspects of toffee. Strong taste. Must try. There is some mild to moderate bitterness, which is nice and not overwhelming. The beer is malt forward. Unbelievably delicious. Incredibly smooth.
afterhim profile pictureafterhim - October 7, 2016
Light, crisp and more malty than I'd prefer from a clean Belgian. Mouthy and thinner than the other Chimay varieties. Letting it warm a bit now. After warming this smoothed out a bit. Slightly carbonated but more even. Good beer.
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