Saxo from Brasserie Caracole is a very complex artisanal Wallonian blond ale with an unusual hoppiness, bitterness and a touch of spice. Bizarre grainy punch of taste preceding hops and waves of flavors whizzing over the tongue.
Price CategorySpecialty, Import
Beer StyleBelgian Blond Ale
Alcohol By Vol.8%
CharacteristicsVery complex Wallonian blond ale with a seductive fresh fruitiness reminiscent of bananas and cherries in cream
1 x 11.2 fl. oz.699176-253312
12 x 25.4 fl. oz.699176-107516
6 x 4 x 11.2 fl. oz.699176-283340
5.2 gal. kegNo UPC code
Val-Dieu Grand Cru from Brasserie De L’Abbaye Du Val-Dieu is the latest addition from Cistercian abbey of Val-Dieu, has a deep dark color, is quite oily and spicy, with aroma of roasted malt, chocolate and port wine; finishes slightly dry.
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