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Brewed By: Unibroue

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8.09542

Number of Ratings: 262

Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale

Brewed In: 80, Des Carrieres, Chambly, Quebec, Canada

ABV: 10%

IBU: 35


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Unibroue 17

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Tasting Notes

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Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - July 5, 2017
Dark, smooth, malty and complex
publicaldo profile picturepublicaldo - October 10, 2015
I prefer the other Unibroue offerings, particularly Fin du Monde. This wasn't really special.
telder0115 profile picturetelder0115 - September 7, 2015
Decent head, lighter body than expected. Good beer
hb829@aol.com profile picturehb829@aol.com - July 4, 2015
Flat
Sir profile pictureSir - August 7, 2014
Heavy malt deep fruitish dark ale aged in French oak. 10% but still somewhat kind in the bite dept. no headache resulted. Would surely get again. Unibroue wins again.
chefjb1 profile picturechefjb1 - July 11, 2014
Why am I surprised? By now I should have know that everything Unibroue does, regardless of my personal taste, is going to be a quality example of its type and the Grand Reserve 17 is no exception. Heavier than their Trios Pistoles with a fuller flavor. Another winner from Unibroue.
dlitolff profile picturedlitolff - March 28, 2014
One of the better Belgian beers I've had so far. Fruity plum and raisin taste, great balance, slippery. Very good beer.
pmockler1@gmail.com profile picturepmockler1@gmail.com - January 1, 2014
August 2013 SFS
TheClosetBrewer profile pictureTheClosetBrewer - August 9, 2013
Fruity nose, piney, warty notes as well. It is robust. Oaky, raisins and dark fruits. Some chocolate in the finish. Very nice brew!
bobbyhickory profile picturebobbyhickory - April 11, 2013
Complex aroma of dark fruits, Belgian yeast, warm alcohol and something else that I can best describe as minerally. Definitely some bite to the flavor. The yeast flavor is kind of sharp and it lingers pretty long. If you aren't a fan of Belgian beers steer clear. If you want a Belgian strong ale that isn't as sharp, go for Gulden Draak.
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