Terrapin Double Feature

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Type: Dubbel
  • Brewed by: Terrapin Beer Co.
  • Availability: Special
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  • Region Available: USA - Southeast, PA
  • Aroma: Malty
  • Aroma Description: Light
  • Serve at Temperature: Cool
  • Container: Snifter and Tulips
  • Website: www.terrapinbeer.com
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  • 07.70% 
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Dubbel Feature “Belgian Style Dubbel” is the second of four beers in Terrapin’s Georgia Theatre Sessions. It is brewed with 100% Belgian Malts, an authentic Trappist yeast and Golding and Hersbrucker hops. This deep caramel colored brew has a delicate balance between sweet malt, estery yeast, a subtle bitterness and mellow alcoholic warmth. All the characteristics of a fine Trappist Ale.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Georgia Historic Trust for Historic Preservation Fund to rebuild the Georgia Theatre. To make things even more interesting, there is one Golden Ticket hidden among each of the Georgia Theatre Sessions brews. This means that four lucky winners will receive a lifetime pass to the new Theatre.
S.G. 17.2 F.G. 3.2 ABV 7.7%

MALTS: Belgian Pilsner, Belgian Munich, Belgian Aromatic, Belgian Biscuit, Belgian Crystal 45, Belgian Special B

HOPS: Goldings, Hallertau Hersbrucker SUGAR: Belgian Candi Syrup Dark, Belgian Amber Candy Sugar

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