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Bought at La Bodega from Riverside, California for $13.99, Skipping Stone is a Belgian style Quadrupel ale aged in bourbon barrels brewed by Jackie O’s Pub & Brewery from Athens, Ohio.

The air yields caramel, dark fruit, bourbon, and vanilla as you drink. The appearance is a dark brown that pours a low beige head that dissipates quickly. When held up to light, the surface shows dark mahogany and carbonation. When light reflects off the beer, dark mahogany shows. The alcohol content is 13%.

Caramel is relatively rich and smooth to the mouthfeel. Molasses brings a slight thickness and sugary touch to the comprehension. Chocolate malt imprints upon the caramel frame and enriches the molasses. Bourbon boozes the feel and broadens the caramel and chocolate complexion. Vanilla creams the drink along with the Trappist yeast and fluorescent during the finish.

Licorice gently spices the take and lingers into the finish. Cherries are noted as the beer warms and softly tarts the take. Oak colors and accents the caramel and chocolate malt blend. Figs are sensible with the caramel and bourbon sensation. Raisins are felt during the finish along with the bourbon touch. Plums are distinguished with the Trappist yeast and caramel feel.

Skipping Stone is an outstanding bourbon barreled aged Belgian quad. The caramel, molasses, chocolate malt, bourbon, vanilla, Trappist yeast, licorice, cherries, oak, figs, raisins, and plums blend into a tasteful craft beer. The caramel, molasses, chocolate, and bourbon overture delights the experience. The Trappist yeast, caramel, and vanilla makes this beer incredibly easy to drink. Bourbon, cherries, and licorice excites the take and become prominent as the beer warms. The Trappist yeast, caramel, and chocolate reminds me of drinking Trappist ales when I was visiting Trappist monasteries in Belgium. I cherished every single drink and enamored by the complexity and depth to this Belgian quad.

Cheers. Prost. Drink for the love of beer.

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Acquired at Liquor Depot from Temecula, California for $2.99, Blood Orange Wit is a Belgian-style fruit beer with oranges and coriander brewed by Refuge Brewery from Temecula, California.


The scent of Belgian yeast, lemon, and blood oranges are noted as you drink. The appearance is a slightly hazy yellow that pours a finger of white head. Light brightens the yellow and reveals carbonation. The alcohol content is 5%.


Oranges are juicy and citrusy to the complexion. Blood oranges fairly enrich the orange zest. Lemon lightly tarts the drink and underlines the orange and blood orange body. Belgian yeast smoothens and creams the take along with a banana touch. Coriander compliments the yeast tone. Clove softly spices the take and sensible upon the wheat and Belgian yeast frame.


Blood Orange Wit is a gorgeous Belgian style wit. The orange, blood orange, lemon, Belgian yeast, coriander, and clove blend into a delicious craft beer. The blood orange, lemon, and Belgian yeast combination is scintillating to experience. The clove becomes more prominent over time to go with the lemon and carbonation. The Belgian yeast and coriander harmonize beautifully together. I enjoyed drinking this brew and can see how it won gold at the 2017 The Great American Beer Festival.


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Gifted for Christmas from Doug Theresa Aadland (purchased at BevMo from Redlands, California for $9.99), Trois Pistoles is a Belgian style dark ale brewed with spices crafted by Unibroue from Chambly, Canada.


The air yields cocoa, brown sugar, plums, Belgian yeast, and cherries upon the nose. The appearance is a dark brown that pours a finger and a half of beige head. When held up to light, a dark reddish brown shows. Light reflects dark mahogany as well. The alcohol content is 9%.


Brown sugar textures the mouthfeel followed by a cocoa hue. Caramel malt compliments the brown sugar complexion. Roasted malt is drawn out by the cocoa. Plums are domineering to the body and felt to the touch. Belgian yeast spices the comprehension and earthy to the malt frame.


Cherries slightly tarts the take and lingers into the finish. Licorice bitters the drink and assists the brown sugar texture. Clove has a distinguishable tone to the finish. Cardamom colors the plum and caramel finish. Raisins gently sweetens the body.


Trois Pistoles is a marvelous Belgian style dark ale. The brown sugar, cocoa, caramel and roasted malts, Belgian yeast, plums, cardamom, and licorice combination separates this Belgian beer from the pack. The brown sugar and licorice leaves a lasting impression and feel to the drink. The earthy and spicy Belgian yeast plays hand in hand with the licorice and the tart cherry. The cocoa and roasted malt adds depth to the body. I treasured each drink and impressed by its complexity and depth. Drinking this Belgian beer is like listening to music from verse to chorus, as in from take to finish. The finish expresses another theme that hooks you replaying over and over again every time you drink.


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As my father and I watched the Seahawks and Packers game, we drank Red Headed Stranger, a red Belgian style farmhouse ale with spices brewed by Brasserie Saint James from Reno, Nevada. It is available for purchase at Total Wine & More for $11.99.

The smell of prunes, caramel, pepper, and Belgian yeast are felt upon the nose. The appearance is a copper amber that pours a low beige head. When held up to light, a hazy ruby amber shows. The alcohol content is 6.6%.

Caramel malts colors the frame. Toffee compliments the caramel body and sensible on the mouthfeel. Belgian yeast creams the drink and dries the finish. Banana adds a mellow tone to the yeast. Crystal malt is sensible with the malt comprehension. Clove casts its character to the malt feel. Prunes grows in prominence as the beer warms. Saison becomes noticeable in the finish. A faint yeasty tart is discerned with the finish.

Red Headed Stranger is a voluptuous red Belgian style farmhouse ale. The Belgian yeast is what sets this beer apart; it does not produce acidity yet tart. The caramel malts and Belgian yeast blend remind me of a Trappist ale. The prune, saison, and soft peppery finish is the highlight. I cherished every single drink and mesmerized by how this beer evolved over time.

Cheers. Prost. Drink for the love of beer.

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Gifted from Doug Theresa Aadland for Christmas (bought at BevMo from Redlands, California for $10.99), Rince Cochon Cuvée Speciale Sur Lie is a Belgian blonde ale bottle refermented crafted by Brouwerij Haatch from Aalter, Belgium.


The air yields Belgian yeast, lemons, and pear as you drink. The appearance is a clear yellow with a finger of white head. The alcohol content is 8.5%.


Belgian yeast has a moderate creamy tone, buttery upon on the lips, and accompanied by a lightly sweet banana. Peppercorn accents and spices the yeasty comprehension. Pear is prominent as the watery aspect grows. Green apples assists with the fruity pear body. Lemon makes the drink crisp and drawn out from the grassy hops used. Honey sweetens and applies its touch to the yeast and lemon combination. Bready malt provides a soft texture to the mouthfeel.


Rince Cochon Cuvée Speciale Sur Lie is a spellbinding Belgian blonde. The Belgian yeast, peppercorn, pear, green apples, and lemon blend into a voluptuous drink. This is not my first time drinking and writing (2016) about this beer. From years of loving Belgian beers, the buttery aspect and sweet banana sets this Belgian beer apart from its style. The green apples and lemon colors the lemony and yeasty dry finish. The creamy yeast dampens the malt and peppercorn texture. After drinking this the second time around, I appreciate it more and understand why this brew matters amongst the catalogue of Belgian beer that are available on a regular basis. The only thing left I need to do is drink it after aging it.


Cheers. Prost. Drink for the love of beer.

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Purchased at Smart Time Food from Grand Terrace, California for $14.99, Cask Aged Tripel is a golden ale aged in whiskey barrels brewed by Rockmill Brewery from Lancaster, Ohio.


The aroma of whiskey, Belgian yeast, and honey are discerned while you drink. The appearance is an orange amber that pours barely any head. When held up to light, a cloudy aspects shows. The alcohol content is 10.5%.


Whiskey boozes and smoothens the drink. Belgian yeast compliments the whiskey and accents the take. Vanilla is tangible to the whiskey and creates a cream like tone. Honey sweetens the complexion and felt upon the mouthfeel into the finish. Caramel malt is sensible with the honey and whiskey comprehension. Lemon has a mellow citrus touch that is distinguished with the water quality of this beer. Oak colors the honey and yeasty feel.


Cask Aged Tripel is an enticing barrel aged Tripel. The whiskey, vanilla, Belgian yeast, honey, caramel malt, and lemon blend into a savory craft beer. The OYO Whiskey barrels from Middle West Spirits provides a beautiful whiskey tone complimented by the vanilla. The honey gleams the mouthfeel and dazzles upon the cusp of the drink. The water quality brings out the yeast and lemon characters. I cherished every single drink and mesmerized by its vibrant bouquet. Belgian beer is my favorite style; the complexion of this brew stands out from what I have drank.


Cheers. Prost. Drink for the love of beer.

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Purchased at La Bodega from Riverside, California for $5.99, Thai Thai is a spicy tripel with Thai flavors crafted by Oedipus Brewing from Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The aroma of Belgian yeast, lemongrass, and orange peel are noted as you drink. The appearance is an orange amber with a low white head. The alcohol content is 8%.

Belgian yeast creams the body followed by a chili complexion. Ginger spices the take and lingers into the slightly dry finish. Lemongrass livens the complexion and compliments the ginger. Orange peel flavors the yeasty and lemony composition. Coriander adds tone to the Belgian yeast profile. Malted barley is distinguished with the orange peel finish.

Thai Thai is an appetizing spicy Tripel. The Belgian yeast, ginger, lemongrass, orange peel, chili, and coriander sets this beer apart from the market. The chili and ginger are gentle and beautifully accent the body. At room temperature, the orange peel becomes prominent to the yeasty mouthfeel. The water quality is excellent and brings out the chili flavor. I enjoyed drinking this beer and impressed by its depth.

Cheers. Prost. Drink for the love of beer.

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Taras Boulba - A fairly light Belgian Pale Ale with a bit of euro funk in the initial whiffs. Settles down to a dry and hoppy ale with a moderate body .
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