Modifications to this record on February 23, 2011
Reason for change:
Apostrophe was taken out by mistake.

Beer name Anderson Valley Brother Davids Double Abbey Style Ale modified to Anderson Valley Brother David's Double Abbey Style Ale Translated name changed from to Null
 
Modifications to this record on February 23, 2011
Reason for change:
Updated name.

Beer name Anderson Valley Brother Davids Abbey Style Ale modified to Anderson Valley Brother Davids Double Abbey Style Ale Translated name changed from to Null
 
Modifications to this record on February 23, 2011
Reason for change:
Name

Translated name changed from to Null
 
Modifications to this record on February 23, 2011
Reason for change:
Name

Beer name Anderson Valley Brother David's Abbey Style Ale modified to Anderson Valley Brother Davids Abbey Style Ale Translated name changed from to Null
 
Modifications to this record on January 4, 2011
Reason for change:
Updated name.

Beer name Anderson Valley Brother Davids Abbey Style Ale modified to Anderson Valley Brother David's Abbey Style Ale
 
Modifications to this record on January 4, 2011
Reason for change:
Updated name change.

Beer name Anderson Valley Brother Davids Belgian-Style Double modified to Anderson Valley Brother Davids Abbey Style Ale ABV changed from 8.5 to 9 IBU changed from 0 to 27
 
Modifications to this record on October 28, 2005
Reason for change:
Updated

Beer name Anderson Valley Brother Davids Belgian-Style Doubl modified to Anderson Valley Brother Davids Belgian-Style Double
Beer style changed from legacy style #1 to Abbey Dubbel

 
Modifications to this record on March 5, 2004
Reason for change:
Beer was added to the database by JaIce (ID# 1469)

Beer name: Anderson Valley Brother Davids Belgian-Style Doubl
Brewer: Anderson Valley Brewing Company (ID# 63)
Style: legacy style #1
ABV: 8.5%
Beer Description:
Brewed at the Anderson Valley Brewing Company by David Keene, the owner of the legendary San Francisco beer-bar, Toronado, this double-style ale features the huge fruit flavors combined with yeastiness and spiciness that Belgian ales are known for.