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Brewed By: Dogfish Head Brewery (Boston Beer Company)

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Average Rating:
6.84293

Number of Ratings: 4170

Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale

Brewed In: 6 Village Center Blvd, Milton, DE 19968, USA

ABV: 8%

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Raison D

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Tasting Notes

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gegowha profile picturegegowha - June 13, 2012
Very fruity. Dry finish. Ok
smells like poor profile picturesmells like poor - May 28, 2012
Brown/amber, tan head that quickly dissipates, no lacing Raisins, malt, brown sugar, candy-like aroma that can't be placed Raisins, spice, sugar, malt, very slight alcohol warmth Thin body, moderate carbonation Easy drinking, but very odd for a bsda
bobbyhickory profile picturebobbyhickory - May 28, 2012
Decent aroma. Definitely strong flavor. Tastes like its about 20% alcohol. Not smooth at all. It has an awful aftertaste that lasts for minutes after you take a sip. Hopefully it goes away soon. This is not my style. If you want something strong and heavy, I'd go with the Dogfish Palo Santo Marron over this any day.
EL HINO profile pictureEL HINO - May 15, 2012
Smells like a cinnamon bun!!! Delicious
HoppiHeadz profile pictureHoppiHeadz - May 13, 2012
Pairs well with a delightful coconut glazed donut! Mmmmm!
aquilafisher profile pictureaquilafisher - May 11, 2012
Very interesting, stronger than you might expect.
romanbrew profile pictureromanbrew - May 4, 2012
Subtle grape flavor aftertaste. Nice aroma; couldn't imagine having more than one of these. Sweet.
roc_rktec profile pictureroc_rktec - May 3, 2012
Sweet, robust, crisp finish with definitive raisin overtone. Not as full bodied as a good stout, but then again, that is not what it's supposed to be.
selively profile pictureselively - April 24, 2012
Can't go wrong with anything from dogfishhead!
krebsrob profile picturekrebsrob - April 11, 2012
Smooth, smooth, smooth! Starts with a hint of raisin, then comes in with a brown sugar maltiness that finishes nicely. Would definitely recommend with grilled chicken or beef. Also goes great with Mexican food.
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