Monkless Belgian Ales
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Malty and hints of toffee. Slightly watery and thin, but not enough to detract from the flavor
Was really good at 1st (4.75 stars); the water it's brewed with is so pure tasting, similar to Ashville NC. But as it warms up and you drink more, the spices become overwhelming.
powerhouse of a Belgian style ale. dry and spicy up front, with the sweeter malt coming later. long finish. wish I had gotten more of this.
as on the mark as any American brewery has gotten in a while. not at all over-hopped or other pungent off flavors I’ve come to expect with the word/label Belgian on any American craft beer. it has the ethyl flavor profiles derived from candy sugar typical of a Trappist dubbels and is the right balance in the spectrum of dry to sweet. quite strong as can be expected with this style. bravo monkless!
I wanted to love this, but it kind of fell flat for me.
Party in my mouth
very mild dubbel. not as sweet as the real stuff but darn tasty
Flavor opened up after it warmed up. Very nice!!
I like this a lot. it reminds me a lot of the Grimbergen Double Ambrée which is not a bad thing!!
I have had this on tap before and bend brew fest and it was the best of the fest.. But super watered down light body and flat and the flavors were mute..I hope the second can is better?
Kinda thin. Not overly flavorful. Not my favorite.
smooth and drinkable Belgium
tastes as if it needs more effervescence, the taste was malt, caramel, cocoa
Nice, malty prune with a clean finish. very tasty
balanced and tasty. should have bought more than 2.