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St. Louis Gueuze Lambic

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Beer Style: 
Serving Style.: 
375 ml. bottle
Alcohol Content: 
4.5% abv.
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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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Holsten Festbock

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Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
500 ml. can
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Holsten Festbock

A coarse and short-lived head on a very dark red/brown coloured brew.
The aroma is quite malty with lots of roasted grain smells, some coffee and licorice with just a hint of citrus.

Feel is chewy and thick, quite creamy.
Tastes start with chocolate and coffee, the anise or licorice tastes are a nice touch, they are fairly faint and well in the background but noticeable. There is a light sparkling citrus like bitterness which lingers well into the finish. An alcohol taste is barely discernible when I think about it.
I think that it is the feel of this beer which makes it most successful. Thick and rich, perfect for cold weather drinking while the light and bright tastes in the finish don't bog it down like some heavier beers tend to do,
I like this one in the winter, for much the same reasons that I like a good Imperial Stout.

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