Abbaye de Forest

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Type: Belgian Pale Ale
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  • 6.50% 
  • 1226/3686 
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Lightly scented aroma followed by a subtly bitter taste. It leaves a subtle raisin fruitiness on the palate ending with a pleasant bitter tonic when swallowing.
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Reviews: 3

  • Feb 10, 2011
    gillonbeer (2)Rank: Beer Novice
    3.9
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    Any beer served in a chalice is a winner. This carries the old hoppy taste of a refined European ale. If you like a good tasting beer, and you're in Belgium, get this over the Stella.
  • Nov 19, 2009
    sandra430 (57)Rank: Beer AmateurGroup: Fall beer lovers
    3.9
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    A hazy orangey yellow ale with a large dense foamy white head and fair retention. Nose of brown sugar and creamy vanilla with a light citrus hop presence and a hint of coriander leaves. Palate is biscuity sweet with dry orange flavours predominating and a smooth mouthfeel. It is medium to full bodied. Finishes quite dry with a gentle bitterness that nicely balances out the initial sweet fruity flavours. Well worth seeking out if you are tired of the more mainstream sweeter Belgian ales.
  • Nov 2, 2009
    Jay17k (8)Rank: Beer ExplorerGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    This beer is pretty good - but I wouldn't recommend ordering at a bar - way too over priced!

    What you should try are some other belgium ales which are very very cost efficient.