Jefferson Dubl Kloster Abbey Ale

Jefferson Dubl Kloster Abbey Ale

Rated 3.160 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Ørbæk Bryggeri

Ørbæk, Denmark

Style:  Abbey Dubbel

6.8% Alcohol by Volume

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Jefferson Dubl Abbey Ale is inspired by the Belgian abbey beer, which is characteristic of their large mouth filling, mild slightly sweet flavor and high strength. Jefferson Dubl Abbey Ale has a mild sweetness from the many types of malt are used in this brew and a slightly bitter hop profile that makes this beer into a seductive pleasure. Jefferson Dubl Abbey Ale will be suitable for most meals and ideal for cheese and meat dishes.

ID: 39548 Last updated 10 years ago Added to database 11 years ago

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Overall Rank22541
Overall Percentile52.3
Style Rank225 of 365
Style Percentile38.4
Lowest Score3.1
Highest Score3.7
Average Score3.400
Weighted Score3.160
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • OH6GDX 8392 reviews
    rated 3.1 10 years ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 6 | Mouthfeel: 6 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 6

    Bottled@Fonefan. Amber colour, mediumsized beigeish yellow foamy head. Aroma is sweet matls, hops, caramel and quite spicy as well. Flavour is spicy, very sweet malty as well as slightly yeasty and earthy. A bit dry grassyness in the fininsh. Quite pleasant, but at the same time a bit boring.

  • SIGMUND 4279 reviews
    rated 3.7 11 years ago

    Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 7

    500 ml bottle, from Voldby Købmandsgård. ABV is 6.8%. Brown colour, huge off-white head. Malty aroma with notes of brown bread, caramel and slightly stale strawberry jam. Fairly light bodied for its strength. Moderately malty flavour, notes of brown bread and caramel. Not much of a hoppy bite, but definitely drinkable. As far as dubbels go, there are many "real" Belgian specimens that are better, though.

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