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Around The World In 80 Beers Episode 70: Chimay Peres Trappistes Reserve

Chimay Reserve

Pours a very dark, cloudy brown with a thick tan head that slowly fades.

First sip: Dark roasted malts and a lot of mixed fruit flavours. There is a very faint hops after-taste. The alcohol taste is lurking in the background but it isn't pronounced. Nice mouth-feel: thick and smooth.

This is a very nice beer and is exceptionally easy to drink. It does taste a little alcoholic but once in the stomach it leaves a nice warm feeling, which is what you would expect from something that's 9% Definitely one to drink slowly. The flavours get better as the glass warms. Which is nice.

Chimay Peres Trappistes Reserve
Bières de Chimay (Abbaye Notre Dame de Scourmont)
9% alc/vol
330ml bottle

Chimay Reserve

Same again, sir? Yes please.
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