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  • Belgian Dark Strong Ale

    Belgian Dark Strong Ale

    Most versions are unique in character reflecting characteristics of individual breweries.

    Authentic Trappist versions tend to be drier than Abbey versions, which can be rather sweet and full-bodied. Higher bitterness is allowable in Abbey-style beers with a higher FG. Barleywine-type beers (e.g., Scaldis/Bush, La Trappe Quadrupel, Weyerbacher QUAD) and Spiced/Christmas-type beers (e.g., N'ice Chouffe, Affligem N̦el) should be entered in the Belgian Specialty category, not this category.

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    1.075 - 1.110+ 1.010 - 1.024 15 - 25+ 15 - 20 8 - 12+%
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