Abbey Dubbel

Abbey Dubbel

609 beers | 3.737 Avg Score

Originating from Belgian monastic brewing traditions of the Middle Ages, abbey dubbel ales are now produced by many secular commercial breweries in addition to some of the "authentic" Trappist (real Belgian monasteries) brewers. The dubbel is a double fermented ale that is dark amber to brown in color with a long lasting dense head. Dubbels often have low bitterness and reveal rich malt flavors of dark fruits, dry fruits, chocolate, nuts, and caramel. Yeast aromas and flavors are common along with the imprints of their fruity ester (banana perhaps most common) and spicey byproducts of fermentation. Like other Belgian-styled ales, candi sugar is normally used to produce a dubbel. Abbey dubbels overlap some examples of both dark Belgian ales and strong ales in maltiness, complexity, and alcohol strength, normally nestled right in between the two.

Beer | Location Reviews Score
Noon Whistle Escape Wheel
IL, United States
0
0.000
Transmitter Brewing A2 Dubbel
NY, United States
0
0.000
Buzzsaw Dubstep
OH, United States
0
0.000
Lunn's Mill Hoppers' Bazaar
Canada
0
0.000
LoveShack Libations Double Double
Canada
0
0.000
Holy Trinity Jesus-Claude Van Damme
OH, United States
0
0.000
Lost Cabin Fortunado No. 4
SD, United States
0
0.000
Native Brew Belgian Dubbel
AL, United States
0
0.000
Twisted Irons Noelle's Noel
DE, United States
0
0.000