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Old 19-04-2017, 10:49 AM   #11
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Hi EZ,

unfortunately they are out of my grasp (just as well really as they'd not last to xmas otherwise.) The put aside beers are returned to me in December

What I can say is that it is sweet when young but I didn't find it cloying. The Belgian yeast is good for 14% so it reduces the sweetness significantly. I'd imagine if you used a standard yeast it would be sickly sweet. There was no clove or banana in them, dark fruits yes.
I sense a yeast experiment coming on. Might split the batch, fire Belgian at one and English Ale at the other.

Plans are afoot.
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