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For me, going through the (mostly Belgian) trappists was a nice way to (re)taste classic blondes, doubles, triples and quads. For example: Chimay, Westmalle, Orval and Rochefort. After that, I tried more beer styles, in autumn/winter bocks, porters and stouts, in spring/summer wit, weizen and saisons. And always IPA's .
Bitter, fruity, hay-y. 6%, but tastes like an imperial.
^ Kees used to be Emelisse's brewer.
A thankyou from a friend:
Good. Waiting for colder weather to try that one.
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