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Grimbergen Dubbel: A Belgian brown ale with dark fruit flavors of fig and raisin and a backbone of toasty caramel.
La Trappe Quadrupel: This is a Trappist-brewed strong ale coming in at 10% ABV with huge plum, toffee, and burnt sugar flavors.
Orval: Also a Trappist beer, this one is dry, hoppy, and uses a touch of wild yeast for a pleasant amount of funk.
Tripel Karmeliet: A strong Belgian golden ale with hints of white pepper and lemongrass on the nose, followed by bright fruity flavors. This beer is gorgeous, but at 10% ABV, you better be careful!
Monk’s Café Flemish Sour Ale: Barrel-aged and partially fermented with bacteria as well as yeast, this beer is slightly tart and acidic. You’ll also enjoy flavors of sweet raisin and passion fruit. Highly complex and sure to impress any wine lover.
Tilburg’s Dutch Brown Ale: From Holland, the only non-Belgian beer in the pack is a toasty, caramel ale with hints of dark fruit.