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Brewed By: North Coast Brewing Co.

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Average Rating:
7.2725

Number of Ratings: 2022

Style: Belgian Golden Ale

Brewed In: 444 N Main St, Fort Bragg, CA 95437, USA

ABV: 7.60%

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Tasting Notes

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seamaid@att.net profile pictureseamaid@att.net - September 6, 2012
strong start, covers the whole tongue, doesn't hang around.
aalekna@hotmail.com profile pictureaalekna@hotmail.com - July 30, 2012
Has that typical Belgium floral nose. Great yeast strain by the flavor. The expected fruit taste, but suttle.
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - July 19, 2012
18JUL12, Flying Saucer, Nashville, TN Draft. 3.85 Light-colored Belgian strong ale. Fruit flavors are evident in the aroma and flavor, but it seems to be the mild spices that take the forefront. Almost like a pale ale, but has the much sweetness from the Belgian style. A bit of Hefe flavor is evident, almost like a golden-pale ale-hefe blend.
lyricaljmack@gmail.com profile picturelyricaljmack@gmail.com - July 18, 2012
More crisp than scrimshaw. Same flavor. Delicious
erinmckenna21 profile pictureerinmckenna21 - July 12, 2012
Refreshing. Had with burger at jacks for Karl's bday
erinmckenna21 profile pictureerinmckenna21 - July 12, 2012
Refreshing. Had with burger at jacks
edwinjcreque@gmail.com profile pictureedwinjcreque@gmail.com - July 5, 2012
A bit sweet
ishkybob profile pictureishkybob - May 25, 2012
Tastes like a tripel, but cloyingly sweet.
johnniepants profile picturejohnniepants - May 4, 2012
Great tartness and smooth Belgian finish.
dogfishfan profile picturedogfishfan - April 14, 2012
Little bit of spice in the nose. Sweet with a little bitter on the back end. Light
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