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Brewed By: Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)

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Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 379

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

Brewed In: 30 Germania St, Boston, MA 02130, USA

ABV: 9%

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Tasting Notes

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aaf145 profile pictureaaf145 - May 29, 2016
Man some negative comments on this brew, I don't agree... This is an impressive Belgian amber.. Boozy, sour, tart, subtle fruit notes, with a nice smokey backbone.. Flavorful, easy drinking, high abv.. That's all u need.. Easy 4 star rating.. Stop hating, Sam could produce solid beers outside their generic macro brew seasonals. profile - July 16, 2015
Sour & tart. Yuck! Just not my kind of brew. Cool bottle though. A 1/2 Star. (Popped a top)
bensology profile picturebensology - April 7, 2015
Defiantly a little tart. Very sweet also. It did grow on me, but not enough for me to drink it regularly.
Chef profile pictureChef - March 10, 2015
Just straight up nasty profile - March 8, 2015
This beer does have a lot of fruit flavor. profile - December 27, 2014
Yuck. U drinkable
alden18 profile picturealden18 - August 17, 2014
Perhaps the worst beer I've ever tasted. Too tart for my liking. Not a fan.
Baldydoublechins profile pictureBaldydoublechins - August 8, 2014
Reasonable red sour with a nice oak aftertaste profile - August 2, 2014
Had a really strong tart flavor accentuated by fruit flavors. It had a nice finish, slight vinegar after taste but not overpowering. Overall a good tasting beverage.
Borderking profile pictureBorderking - July 30, 2014
The sourness is more on the tart side, and it's almost vinegary, like a cider that sat out for way too long and went bad. Still, it's not all that unpleasant, and it's refreshing...There's just not a lot of depth to plumb underneath the surface of vinegary tartness.
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