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Old 06-17-2008, 02:27 AM   #1
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I see not many people have tried the Andersen Valley Double... Pretty good! I would have another... If anyone does happen to pick one up, please post. I am interested in your opinions. I am also interested in finding recommendations for other non-lambic/sour beers.

I continued my belgian beer tour. Just tried my first Belgian Golden.. Duvel. Very nice! I really enjoyed it! A light bodied, but full flavored golden. I like this way better than a Kolsch. Kolsch is a bit mild for me...

Almost fruity, really clean flavor. Nicely balanced malt, not bitter.

Too bad this beer is a bit spendy... could be my session beer (but 8.5% is a bit high in ABV!)

I'd buy this one again!


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Old 06-17-2008, 03:20 AM   #2
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I think Duvel should be the standard of Golden Strong, if it isn't already. Supreme beer.

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