Tagged: Belgian Pale Ale

Allagash Sixteen Counties

Allagash Sixteen Counties

Allagash Sixteen Counties is a Belgian Pale Ale, 7.3% ABV. This tribute to their home state of Maine is brewed with with malted Maine-grown barley, unmalted Maine-grown red wheat, and Maine-grown organic oats. I...

Sweetwater 19th Anniversary

Sweetwater 19th Anniversary is a Belgian Pale Ale, 7% ABV. The website and bottle states: This Golden Belgian style Ale matured for over a year on brett in Merlot and Cabernet barrels, then was blended with a...

The Bruery Jardinier

The Bruery Jardinier is a Belgian Pale Ale, 4.9% ABV. Described on the website as a… sessionable beer[s] so often found on the Belgian dinner table. Bright and flavorful with an assertive hop character…...

Spencer Trappist Ale

Spencer Trappist Ale is a Belgian style Pale Ale, 6.5% ABV. Brewed by The Monks of St. Joseph’s Abbey. Spencer is the first, and currently only certified Trappist beer made in the USA. The...

Three Taverns Single Intent

Three Taverns Single Intent is a Belgian style Pale Ale, 5% ABV. Not a style you see very often, this is brewed in the tradition of the Belgian Single, a beer normally brewed by...

Bell’s Mercury The Winged Messenger

Bell’s Mercury The Winged Messenger is a Belgian Pale Ale that is a part of the Planet Series. Bottled on 12/04/14, thanks to Raymond for the bottle! This looks nice enough with a slightly...

Evil Twin Joey Pepper

Evil Twin Joey Pepper is a Belgian Pale Ale that is actually a collaboration with Sante Adairius Rustic Ales. This is easily one of the boldest Belgian Pale Ale I’ve had. I was expecting something more...

Ommegang Hop House

Ommegang Hop House is a Belgian Pale Ale. This is a tasty new addition to the Ommegang family of beers. First thing I notice is the nice active carbonation and light golden color. The taste...

Affligem Blond

Affligem Blond is a Belgian Pale Ale. I’m surprised by the 7% ABV on this, about as high as you can go before it becomes a “Strong” Pale Ale. Not exactly sessionable but well worth...