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Brewed By: The Lost Abbey

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7.10833

Number of Ratings: 240

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

Brewed In: 155 Mata Way #104, San Marcos, CA 92069-2983, USA

ABV: 6.25%

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Devotion Ale

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Tasting Notes

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jjoyce@bljcancerfund.org profile picturejjoyce@bljcancerfund.org - November 7, 2015
Great taste. Light and refreshing. Not a strong Belgian flavor which is good.
bockboy@att.net profile picturebockboy@att.net - July 25, 2015
C+. A bitter Belgian spiced beer. Not a fan of the lingering bitterness.
Petrass profile picturePetrass - May 17, 2015
Kinda like a heff, more hop. Belgian blonde ale
travelmad478 profile picturetravelmad478 - April 26, 2015
Pretty tasty beer!
undrling@hotmail.com profile pictureundrling@hotmail.com - January 18, 2015
Good but a lot of spice. In other words, a good Belgian not a "good try"
Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - July 16, 2014
Complex but light; smooth; good Belgian
LP1 profile pictureLP1 - July 13, 2014
Very good. Crisp and citrusy. Definitely have it again.
Swaryan profile pictureSwaryan - March 3, 2014
Don't remember need to try again
kenwilliamson88@icloud.com profile picturekenwilliamson88@icloud.com - March 2, 2014
It's an unassuming road leading to the priory. Here, off the corner of two intersecting roads, dedicated monks have been making beer for over 150 years. It's always been a simple life - the kind that requires they brew only enough to sustain the activities of their monastery In the silence of passing seasons, they pray, they brew and retire in a solitary existence behind the sheltering walls. They live a most interesting life. Most likely one we wouldn't sustain. Nearby, each summer, the trellised fields spring to life as rows of resinous green cones are trained toward the heavens. Rumor is some monks love these hops and being surrounded by budding yellow aromas and the leafy pungent fields inspires them. Since we weren't sensible enough to locate our brewery near hop fields, we can only offer this blond ale in celebration of our Abbey brethren and their steadfast Devotion.
jimortiz profile picturejimortiz - February 15, 2014
Floral scent. Clear amber color. Fast dissipating head. A little hop. Light carbonation. Dry earthy taste
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