Beertography Subject: Unibroue Maudite

Pours a clear copper with ruby highlights; 2 fingers of bubbly white head that dissipates slowly. Good lacing and moderate carbonation.

Nose is of plum, raisin, banana, coriander and that Belgian barnyard-funk!

Taste pretty much follows nose. Ripe plum, raisin and molasses that fades into rich bread, black licorice, banana, a hint of apple and finishes with some lingering phenols and coriander spice.

Mouthfeel is  light bodied, bubbly, clean and smooth.

Overall, this has just become a new favorite of mine! I don’t know why I waited so long to try this. Complex, easy drinking, smooth and refreshing! Incredibly balanced and falls under the category “dangerously drinkable.”

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