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Brewed By: Brouwerij Westmalle (Adbij der Trappisten van Westmalle)

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Average Rating:
7.77902

Number of Ratings: 1430

Style: Dubbel

Brewed In: Belgium

ABV: 7%

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Westmalle Trappist Dubbel

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Tasting Notes

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edwinjcreque@gmail.com profile pictureedwinjcreque@gmail.com - October 21, 2012
Similiar to a bland sour beer. Nice aroma
Atlien2317 profile pictureAtlien2317 - October 5, 2012
Ok
thabeers profile picturethabeers - July 29, 2012
Nice malt backbone. A bit tart sweetness. Overripe red grapes comes to mind at first Then candy sweetness which leaves a caramel sweetness in the finish. Alcohol tickles the tongue. Great beet
kansasyankee@hotmail.com profile picturekansasyankee@hotmail.com - July 18, 2012
Darkness 15 Rating 58 Page 158
dmarijan profile picturedmarijan - July 11, 2012
Second time I've had this, sweet, malty and fantastic, a little less carbonation might make it perfect.
pagnani  profile picturepagnani - June 19, 2012
Malty Trappist Dubbel. Prune and fig tastes, slight carbonation. Let it warn up a bit. Very nice
pagnani  profile picturepagnani - June 19, 2012
Malty Trappist Dubbel. Prune and fig tastes, slight carbonation. Let it warn up a bit. Very nice
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - June 18, 2012
dark fruits up front but there is also some cherries, perhaps even smelling like a candied variant - sort of like a cross between maraschino cherries and what cherries would be like if candied like a candy apple. I wasn't crazy about this artificial sweetness scent (or flavour) but did mostly enjoy it nonetheless. This beer pours a darker brown than the Achel, but with a whiter, if equally creamy, head that also expressed excellent lacing and retention. Though still sweet, it is more dissimilar in flavor to the Achel than in aroma insofar as raisins, molasses and pumpernickel bread flavourings were more predominant. Likewise, this is also medium bodied and nicely creamy with a perhaps slightly drier finish, yet I found it to taste boozier despite a lower ABV. Overall, a very good beer (in a style I enjoy) but one that was simply bested by Achel according to my tastes. Grade: A-
lknothe@gmail.com profile picturelknothe@gmail.com - June 10, 2012
Dark amber color; malty and dark fruit taste; complex; great Trappist ale; a favorite
Ryan1223 profile pictureRyan1223 - June 8, 2012
Absolutely delicious malt profile, but it's a little light on the mouthfeel. I love Belgian dubbels!
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