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Santa Fe Viszolay Belgian
A beer by: Santa Fe Brewing Company
from Santa Fe, NM, United States
 
Score:
3.28
ABV:
7.5%
Availability:
Unknown

Reviews:
2
IBU:
n/a
Last Updated:
8/30/2009 10:59:42 PM
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Beer Description:
Viszolay is a distinctly continental ale with a hint of the southwest. Belgian malt, Bavarian and Czech hops, and a secret blend of German and Belgian yeast strains provide this beer, inspired by the Trappist’s Dubbel style ale, with a strong traditional base, while a hint of New Mexico wildflower honey infuses it with that ethereal quality that we New Mexicans simply call, “enchanting”. Like the Trappist ales from which it sprung, Viszolay is light and refreshing. The hop’s subtle notes are overpowered by complex fruity flavors derived from the Belgian yeast, leaving Viszolay a very drinkable (yet rather potent) addition to the Santa Fe Brewing Company’s family of beers. Malts: Pilsner, Wheat, Chocolate, Vienna Hops: Saaz
 
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Overall rank10404 of 44612
Overall percentile76.7
Style rank115 of 360
Style percentile68.2
Lowest score3.7
Highest score3.7
Average score3.7
Weighted score3.28
Standard deviation0
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