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St. Louis Gueuze Lambic

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Beer Style: 
Gueuze
Serving Style.: 
375 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
4.5% abv.
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
5

St. Louis Gueuze Lambic

Pours a deep gold with a medium white head and lots of lace.
Cloves are the predominant aroma.
Medium mouth feel.
Sweet at the start with a fruitiness followed by a citrus tartness and a very nice raspberry finish.
I could make a habit out of beers like this!




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Dieu du Ciel - Solstice d'Hiver

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
341 ML Bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating:
5

Dieu du Ciel - Solstice d'Hiver

Pours a very dark red/brown, against the light it is cloudy and garnet coloured, a thin head, slightly off white which leaves a ring and a touch of lace.

Aroma of raisins, plums, grapefruit citrus and alcohol.
Feel is very rich and creamy with a light alcohol burn.
Taste is quite full, lot's of toasted grain tastes amid various dark berries, raisins, plums, blackberries all come through. A light earthiness and a nice clean orangy citrus finish. The lingering aftertaste reminds me of port wine, or maybe sherry.
I like this one a lot, as a barley wine it has a lot of flavour going for it and makes a great sipping beer to enjoy while I watch the snowplow grind by for about the fourth time in the last two hours.






Dieu du Ciel - Solstice d'Hiver

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
341 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
4

Dieu du Ciel - Solstice d'Hiver

Pours a very deep red with bits floating in it. The head is almost non existent and it leaves no lace. Hmmm!
There is honey, soft fruit and some alcohol and a bit of earth in the aroma.
Full almost cloying mouth feel followed immediately by a citrus bite that washes that away.
I get mostly alcohol at the start with some honey sweetness and some fruitiness but a nice clean citrus finish. I like this but since moderation has never been my strong suit I will stop at one.




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