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The term '''Strong Ale''' can be used to describe any high-alcohol, top-fermented beer.  However, it can also be used to describe a number of more specific [[beer styles]], including:
 
The term '''Strong Ale''' can be used to describe any high-alcohol, top-fermented beer.  However, it can also be used to describe a number of more specific [[beer styles]], including:
  
*'''Belgian Strong Ale''' is a catch-all term describing several Belgian styles, including [[Belgian Strong Pale Ale]], [[Quadrupel|Belgian Dark Strong Ale]], and sometimes [[Quadrupel]], [[Tripel]], and [[Dubbel]]
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*'''Belgian Strong Ale''' is a catch-all term describing several Belgian styles, including [[Belgian Strong Pale Ale]], [[Quadrupel|Belgian Dark Strong Ale]] (Quadrupel), and sometimes [[Tripel]] and [[Dubbel]].
 
*[[English Strong Ale]] is a high-alcohol, intensely malty English ale.
 
*[[English Strong Ale]] is a high-alcohol, intensely malty English ale.
 
*[[American Strong Ale]] is a high-alcohol, highly hopped American ale.
 
*[[American Strong Ale]] is a high-alcohol, highly hopped American ale.

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The term Strong Ale can be used to describe any high-alcohol, top-fermented beer. However, it can also be used to describe a number of more specific beer styles, including: