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From the Van Steenberge Brewery in Belgium, this 10.5% ABV pours a heavy, dark reddish brown with a sweet aroma.
Well carbonated, there is a sweet, herbal mouth feel that finishes with a strong malty after taste. Belgian style Tripel from the Riverhorse Brewery in Lambertville. I like my New Jersey Breweries, Riverhorse, Flying Fish, Climax.
I guess what I am getting at, is it's pretty cool to see an Imperial Pumpkin Ale or an Imperial Double Bock, but have we "jumped the shark," so to speak? I enjoy all styles of beer, I appreciate the effort, skill and creativity of our hand crafted brewers in all that they do.
If the shark was jumped, I think for me, it was when I saw my precious summer time favorite session beer turned into an Imperial...... I'm probably just thinking out loud and my thoughts shouldn't have made it to the written page, but I was wondering, what do you think?
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will review the pubs and taverns that please or displease his palate. J's beer selections are without borders, as beer from the United States and all around the world will be placed under the brewing microscope. Lately, though I seem to be getting tired of a trend that I see forming in the craft beer camp. It's a word that is popping up in front of more styles of beer than I can count.
I even enjoy all the different Imperial beers that have been served my way.
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