Murky brown with hints of red and amber.
Murky brown with hints of red and amber. Belgian yeast and toffee malts. dates, figs, and that wet cardboardy aroma. smells like a standard dubbel. Much more robust than the nose; leather, nutty, and figs right away, almost smokey as well, with a mild noble hop presence. The caramel/toffee presence is there, but a little thin. Finishes with something like tobacco and figs. This is a little more bitter than your normal dubbel. ABV: 7.3%