Style/ABV: Belgium Strong Dark Ale
Serve at 45-50 Degrees F
Enjoyed from a DFH Signature Glass
A: Pours a deep orange and copper color. One inch of off-white frothy head without much lacing.
S: Toffee, malts, caramel; kind of like a subdued scotch ale.
T: A very complex ale. The green raisins aren’t overpowering by any means, but there’s a nice alcohol burn in the back of my throat. It lends itself to wine flavors even.
M: Bitter, but with a nice medium carbonation. Very creamy without being too sweet. Nice touch.
O: A very nice DFH brew to have every so often. I couldn’t drink more than a couple at once, but that’s not meant to be an insult. Very nice on a cold winter night.