Scaldis Blond Ale Triple by Brasserie Dubuisson Frères

262738_10100964263659860_902611297_nRating: 4.75/5

Scaldis Blond Ale Triple by Brasserie Dubuisson Frères is a 10.5% ABV Belgian Triple

Label:
Scaldis Blond Triple is brasserie Dubuisson’s golden ale. Sharing the finesse and balance of all the delicious Scaldis beers it is an elegant and dry ale with wonderful orchard-fruit aromas of orange and peach. And because it is refermented in the bottle, it has the natural sparkle that perfectly compliments its flavors. Suitable for cellaring!
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Reminds me of the Cent Cinquante by Chimay. Smells like citrus, peach, pepper corns, honey, bread, biscuit. The flavors are of champagne, citrus, honey, biscuit bread, apples, peaches, grapes, little bit of banana, caramel, herbs, coriander, peppercorn, cloves, and other spices. This beer is quite like Allagash Fluxus and the Cent Cinquante by Chimay. Not as full bodied as some of the other Tripels I have tried but still very good. Lots of honey and citrus in the after taste. Give it a try if you love Belgian Beers. You might like this one 😛

Bush de Noël (Scaldis Noel) by Brasserie Dubuisson Frères sprl

Rating: 5/5

Bush de Noël (Scaldis Noel) by Brasserie Dubuisson Frères sprl is a 12%ABV Belgian Strong Dark Ale.

Label:

“Brewed especially for the Christmas period, Scaldis Noel is a brilliant red amber ale that will delight the most demanding connoisseurs.”

The Prequel to the Scaldis Prestige De Nuits (https://brewerianimelogs.wordpress.com/2012/11/05/scaldis-prestige-de-nuits-cuvee-speciale-2009-by-brasserie-dubuisson-freres-sprl/)
Like it’s epic counter part, this beer has fragrances of banana, caramel, some dark fruit noted, nutmeg, cinnamon and all spice. This awesome beer is only a small sample of a strong Belgian beer that screams with flavors like a quad or a Dubbel. There are some flavors of a litle bit of bourbon, cinnamon, banana cloves, coriander spice, all spice, nutmeg, sweet bread like, citrus, raisins, blueberries, pilsner grain, vinous grapes, and graham crackers. It is indeed a lighter version in terms of flavor complexity than what is found in the aged version. Still complex and strong though. A strong Christmas beer with a lot of delight. Drinks like a Trois Pistoles as well. So yeah, I think I am being reasonable to say that is is worth a try and a sipper :P. One if the best Christmas Belgian beers for sure.