To match Anderson Valley’s dazzling variety of foods, the Anderson Valley brewing company diversified its lineup to include two Belgian Abbey styles: Brother David’s Double and Brother David’s Triple.
Brother David’s Triple features a bright, dry fragrance, with aroma overtones of malt, fruit, and freshly mown fields. A 10% ABV ale, it is balanced by a rich malt backbone, spicy hops, and fruity yeast esters. Surprisingly light bodied, the brewers add candy sugar during the brewing process to add alcohol and a medium-high carbonation.
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