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Saint Arnold Divine Reserve #2
A beer by: Saint Arnold Brewing Company
from Houston, TX, United States
 
Score:
3.61
ABV:
9.3%
Availability:
Unknown

Reviews:
7
IBU:
n/a
Last Updated:
8/18/2006 2:36:37 AM
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Beer Description:
This big beer goes beyond existing styles. It is best described as an Abbey American quadruppel. It was brewed with a combination of Maris Otter, Munich, Victory and Special B malts. This beer is also the first time we have used an adjunct, in this case brown sugar, in the brewkettle. It is hopped with Perle, Liberty and Saaz, going for a pleasant, balancing but not overly aggressive bitter. We then split the wort from the kettle into 2 fermenters, pitching one with an American Ale yeast and the other with a Belgian Trappist yeast. Near the end of fermentation, the tanks were combined to finish out. The beer was conditioned for 12 weeks and then packaged unfiltered.
 
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Beer vs Style
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Overall rank1734 of 43517
Overall percentile96
Style rank27 of 198
Style percentile86.8
Lowest score3.5
Highest score4.5
Average score3.871
Weighted score3.61
Standard deviation0.355
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