The Belgian Dubbel is a beer with a storied past. This beer has been brewed by Trappist Monks since the middle ages in monasteries throughout Europe. These monks have a long history of producing artisanal goods like cheese and .....BEER! This Belgian dubbel is reddish brown in color, full bodied, with hints of plum. It is higher in alcohol and you can smell the dark candi syrup you add at flame out. This beer gets better with age. Take a trip back in time and enjoy this classic.
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- Mash at 149 degrees
- Est. Original Gravity: 1.068 SG
- Est. Final Gravity: 1.010 - 1.012 SG
- Est. Alcohol by Volume: 7.4 - 7.7%
- Bitterness: 22.0 IBUs
- Est. Color: 24.7 SRM
- Ferment at 64-66 Degrees
- Pilsner Malt
- Cara Vienne Malt
- Dark unich Malt
- Special B
- Dark Belgian Candi Syrup
- East Kent Golding Hops