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3 French Hens - The Bruery

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Ratings: 388
Reviews: 229
rAvg: 3.82
pDev: 12.3%
Wants: 102
Gots: 369 | FT: 22
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California, United States

Style | ABV
Belgian Strong Dark Ale |  10.00% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: claspada on 10-08-2010

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

Three French Hens is the third in the 12 Days/Years of Christmas Series. We again drew some inspiration from the name and decided that at least a portion of this beer had to be aged in French oak barrels. What we came out with is a bold and spicy Belgian Dark Strong Ale, 25% aged in oak. This beer is designed to take the journey through time until 12 Drummers Drumming, but is a delightful holiday treat right off the shelf.
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Ratings: 388 | Reviews: 229
Photo of Wisconsinality
2.53/5  rDev -33.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

Bottle poured into Delirium tulip.

A- Pours a deep molasses brown that lets a small amount of light in around the edges. A small half finger worth of head dies down quickly and leaves no lacing.

S- The Belgian yeast is pretty dominant. There is a bit of a tart note hiding in there to go with some candi sugar. I seem to pick up a little bit of cotton candy and that is about it.

T- The Belgian yeast isn't nearly as dominant but still on the forefront. The malt comes in and again, the little tart note. The alcohol never appears.

M- A little thinner than I like for the style, medium to lighter bodied. Some crisp carbonation but it just feels watered down.

D- This one becomes really sweet to the point where it is hard to drink more than a glass, which is unfortunate because it comes in a bottle that is more than 12oz. Not impressed with this beer at all. Not even going to bother getting another bottle to age.

Photo of cosmicevan
4.17/5  rDev +9.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

A-poured as an amber but filled my oversized snifter as a ruby purple with a thin yeasty head which was gone almost immediately after forming (I find that this is what typically happens with most BA beers, but that's just what I've noticed, don't know if there is any validity to that though?). Lacing is pretty slick sliding on the glass and sparse to ever appear.

S-very festive. medley of dark and tropical fruit with vanilla peppery clove-ish spicing. the vanilla oak is very present and really adds a nice element to the beer. reminds me of Adoration Ale but sweeter.

T-not your typical BSDA. very good though. wine-like grape flavor with figs and plums. the alcohol is pretty present...sort of...it must be the barrels (which I can't pick out in the taste, but would make sense) but the alcohol has a different kind of quality to it that is a bit wine-like. kind of tastes like a cross between a BDSA and a white wine. different, but I kind of wish I could taste the beer without the artifact. the hints of normal BSDA flavors are really nice and I feel like this wine-like alcohol flavor/feel detracts a bit from it.

M/D-the first thing I noticed about this beer when I took my first sip was the drinkability. this is possibly the smoothest easiest drinking beer I've ever had. it sits in my mouth like a glass of juice and goes down like a glass of water. what the wine-like thing does to the taste, it does the opposite to the feel and drinkability (and smell). glad i tried it and looking forward to trying it with some time on it. aftertaste is like a sweet wine. leaves a bit of a tingle in my mouth.

Photo of RedBrewer83
4.3/5  rDev +12.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured into tulip...

A: Pours a dark chocolate brown bordering on black, small one finger frothy tan head falls into a thin foam on top.

S: Smells like coke with hints of figs, raisins, hint of booze and mocha.

T: Follows the nose with added depth of flavor especially in the areas of fruit. The coke factor is wild but pretty tasty and that combined with the flavors of raisins and a hint of bready malt.

M: Smooth medium body with light carbonation and a smooth dry finish. Would never guess this has 10% sitting beneath the rich flavors...

D: Incredibly drinkable for the strength and style, very smooth and lots of depth. Curious to see what this will be like in a decade!

Photo of Billolick
3.87/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Typical Bruery bottle

Mahogony in color, minimal head, short staying, just barely a sign of a film, thinnest of collars and def. no lace after 2 minutes.

Booze, cola, raisins, smoke, sawdust and figs in the nose.

Slightly low carbonation is I problem I have with this one. Somewhat dull in the mouth. Flavorful but dull.

Rich notes of rum soaked raisins, figs, more cola, light smoke, toasted coconut. Dense and complex brew.

Nice cold weather sipper.

Not up to the hype.

Plenty of other BSDAs out there, many of em less expensive and plenty of em regularly available.

Photo of SkunkWorks
3.83/5  rDev +0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Had on tap at Bobbique in Patchogue, New York. Served in a small Imperial pint glass.

Look: dark red, chestnut brown, with a thin layer of head at the top that doesn't have a great amount of retention but there's still a decent amount of lacing left behind considering the fact that this is a 10% alcohol by volume beer. Looks like a nice Belgian dark and also a nice holiday beer.

Smell: smells quite fruity with dark fruits like purple grapes, some plum and fig. A bit of alcohol sneaks through but not a whole lot. Some yeasty spiciness also.

Taste: follows the nose with fruity, dark fruit and spices from the yeast. It lures you into a false sense of security because surely this cannot have 10% alcohol by volume because the alcohol is hidden so well. The alcohol only comes out when I let it get to room temperature and then it's quite warm. Very malty and I'm not getting a whole lot of hoppiness. There's a bit of oakiness but not as much as I would expect from a barrel aged beer. That is something I like; when a brewery ages only a portion rather than the entire beer, which seems to prevent the beer from becoming overwhelmed by wood. I like this beer and will be interested in seeing what some age does to it.

Feel: medium tending towards full bodied, not a whole lot of carbonation, some alcohol warmth as it warms but not a whole lot. Tends towards malty, fruitiness without much bitterness.

Drink: I could drink this all night... if I wanted to die. Quite drinkable for a 10% alcohol beer.

Overall, I liked this one. This is one of my favorite holiday beers now. I will be trying to acquire two bottles of this; one to try and compare to the tap and one to age until I can set up a vertical. The Bruery is certainly a very exciting emergent craft brewer and I was very happy to see this on tap, especially so far from California! I would give this a try! Cheers!

Photo of rigdont
4.3/5  rDev +12.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A- Pours a mahogany color with a cream-colored head that is about a finger thick.

S- Dried fruit, cherries, golden raisins, Belgian yeast, and oak

T- The taste is much like the smell. The taste is of dried fruit, Belgian yeast, and oak and ends with a hoppy bitterness.

M- The carbonation is well done for a BSDA, it is a smooth feel on the mouth, almost silky, but with a fair amount of carbonation.

D- This beer is very drinkable for being 10%. Almost dangerously.

This beer was good at such a young age. I am very excited to see how this beer will be in 9 years. Such a long time to wait....

Photo of Gmann
3.9/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a dark brown color with ruby hightlights at the edges. A decent sized head which is dense and creamy and settles into a sparse cap.

The aroma is a touch nutty with a sour cherry or cranberry essence; some medicinal notes (band-aid and clove) from the belgian yeast.

The base of the beer is of a solid brown bread malt flavor with a spicy yeasty clove character. This is followed by vinous notes as well as a sour cherry presence from the oak.

The feel is light to moderate with tingly carbonation, good balance between sweet and sour; finishes dry and a touch astringent.

Overall a good beer. It is a bit too dry on the back end and perhaps a touch too sour for my liking.

Photo of dirtylou
3.87/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle, split and paired with some fresh pasta

appearance: served in my great lakes christmas chalice (this glass is the most interesting thing that brewery has released in a while), dark mahogany body, light tan cream head with no retention

smell: lots of dark fruit - plum, grapes, figs, booze, raisins, wood, spice, rye

taste: Big flavor profile - plums soaked in rum, figs, dates, brown sugar, belgian yeast, caramelized sugars and lots of alcohol. I really liked 2 turtle doves - this is a dissapointment by comparison

mouthfeel: boozy, medium-heavy

drinkability: ok

Photo of GbVDave
4.05/5  rDev +6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 750ml bottle into two St. Bernardus goblets and a small snifter. Special thanks to HeatherAnn and HollyAnn for the assist!

A: Pours a hazy, reddish-brown with a short lived layer of creamy, light-tan foam. No lace was left behind and there was a bit of suspended sediment visible in the glass.

S: Neat mixture of caramel/tootsie roll, tart berry, fruity Belgian yeast, cocoa, dark fruit, cherry, and citrus.

T: Just as above with the addition of oak and more emphasis on the tart berry/tangy fruit flavors.

M: Starts off like a typical Quad. Big, sweet, and delicious. This quickly turns a bit tangy and dry. A slight hint of a white pepper finish? Fantastic.

D: A excellent winter treat with nary a hint of its' 10% to be found. Very nice!

Photo of Beerenauslese
4.2/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours dark brown/almost black with a slight head that dissipates to a ring of fat bubbles.

Nose has malt, sour cherry, vanilla, oak, toffee, sugar, and spices.

Taste is malty and a bit sour, chocolate, holiday spices. Sweet finish. This is so much better as it warms up with the vanilla and oakiness coming through.

Body is light and carbonation is light, giving this a spritzy mouthfeel.

A nice holiday ale, although not exceptional.

Photo of gford217
3.53/5  rDev -7.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750ml bottle.

Pours a dark reddish brown with a thick tan head that doesn't leave much lacing except when swirled a few times.

Aroma is sweet with lots of caramel malts and dark fruits, raisins, plums, and some candi sugar. There is some spiciness but it's very subtle as is the oaky notes.

The taste seems a little spicier. It starts with the sweet sugary fruits with vanilla and caramel but the finish is where the spices come out, almost herbal, with some oaky tannins.

The mouthfeel is medium bodied with soft carbonation and very sticky sweet overall.

It's a decent beer though not all that drinkable due to the overwhelming candied sugar character.

Photo of emmasdad
4/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Although I was not at all impressed with Partridge, I enjoyed 2 Turtle Doves, and with that in mind, I was really looking forward to trying this one. Saw it on the shelf at Argonaut the other day, picked it up, and here we are.

A mildly aggressive pour straight into the snifter yields a ruddy brown beer, with a quickly disapating finger of tan head on top. Aromas of oak, caramel, rum soaked raisins and baking spice. On the palate, medium bodied and lightly tart, with Belgian candi sugar, wood tannins, caramel apples, leather and tobacco. A very enjoyable and somewhat complex beer. These holiday beers seem to get better every year.

Photo of nrbw23
3.9/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A- Pours a dark brown color with a tannish colored head. Head has pretty good retention, turns into a layer of bubbles on top and leaves very little lacing.

S- Smells of toasted bread and brown sugar. Caramel and toffee come through as well. Some belgian yeast fairly dominante and give off some scents of cherry, raisin, fig, and dates.

T- Quite a bit of taste comes from Belgian yeast. Cherries, dates, figs, and plums shine through along with raisins and toffee. A bit of woody and spices also come through.

M- Medium in body and a bit higher in carbonation.

D- Fairly easy to drink. We'll see how this one is in 9 years.

Photo of Bmoyer0301
3.56/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5


Tonight I reached for a new glass in my collection, a super cool Westmalle Belgian goblet that was made just for these styled ales. It has all different kinds of leafs and designs cut into the very thick glass which just adds to the overall beauty. As I popped the cap off there was a generous amount of hissing coming from the large bottle. On the pour I decided to go a little slowly because this glass has etching on the bottom to help entice a thick head. It appeared I was slightly incorrect, there really was not much of a head forming and I was left with a cocoa colored one finger thick prickly head that diminished quickly. As I hold it up to the light the color reminds me of root beer with some reddish and orange tints thrown in and comes off pretty clear. As I give a slight swirl the viscosity appears to be pretty low and it is not sticking to the walls of the glass.


In the front end there is a load of brown sugar with some of that wood from the barrel pushing through. There also is a large amount of plums, raisins, and some cinnamon spice wrapping around all the caramel and specialty malts. Very solid but there isn't anything outrageous here, very typical for the style.


Right off the start I am pulling out a lot of fresh cut apples that have been sprinkled with cinnamon and caramel. The carbonation in this beer is very sharp and almost tingles when it hits your tongue, then it delivers the dark fruits that I mentioned in the aroma. The oak aging that was done is very faint but it is still there and it adds a certain amount of earthy spice complexity to the overall package. In my opinion the mouth feel comes across as a little bit thin for the style but it is still a well made Christmas ale. In the finish you are left with no signs of the alcohol and a very dry taste which makes you want to keep coming back for more.


Overall this was a great addition to the twelve beers of Christmas series and I think this has great potential to age. Based off a fresh tasting, compared to the other two this one fell a little short in my opinion. If you are collecting this series be sure to go out and grab this one before it all goes away because as the trend catches on they will become much harder to get. I hope I get to keep posting a review every year until I hear the twelve drummers drumming and complete my personal collection.

Photo of BeerNemesis
4.26/5  rDev +11.5%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 4.5

3 French Hens | 750 ml. | 10.0% ABV | 2010

Brewer: The Bruery
Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale
Glass: Duvel tulip

[The third brew in a 12-part annual installment]
75% Belgian-style dark ale
25% ale aged in French oak barrels

The Bruery's signature label design is eye-catching. And the pale green and pastel orange color scheme works remarkably well. This is one of those beers that you would choose solely for its good looks. But does it live up to the label?

A vigorous pour produced one heck of a towering cream head. It frothed and seethed for about a minute before it was in any shape to drink. The body was chestnut brown and just a bit translucent. Decent lacing, mediocre head retention.

I was very impressed with the aroma from the moment I popped off the cap. It's light and airy, with teasing hints of fig, raisin, plum, and Belgian candi sugar.

There's a wonderful interplay of flavors from the get-go. The figs, raisins, plums, prunes, dates, caramel, and Belgian candi sugar deliver a sweet and warming taste (that's the alcohol) that begs to be swished and savored in all its complexity. The aftertaste is a touch herbal, oaky, and flecked with hints of brown sugar.

As enjoyable as the taste is, it's hampered by a subpar mouthfeel. The carbonation bursts and crackles at the back of my throat, but aside from that bit of liveliness, the requisite heft just isn't there.

A very palatable brew, 3 French Hens has a complex flavor profile and a subdued sweetness that keeps me coming back for more. However, there are times when it verges on cloying, and the thin mouthfeel leaves something to be desired.

Would I get it again?:
Yes, but it's unlikely considering this is a one-off brew.

Bottled: ? unfiltered/bottle-conditioned
Served: December 6, 2010

Will it age gracefully?:
Yes. Allegedly it can be cellared for up to nine years (i.e. from Dec. 2010 to Dec. 2019).

Price = $10.99 at Witherspoon Wines

Photo of codewarrior
3.65/5  rDev -4.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

750mL Bomber poured into a snifter. No freshness date, but I know this was bottled in 11/2010.

Was happy to find a lot of this at Lukas Liquors, and snagged an appropriate 3 bottles of the 3rd installment of the 12 years of Christmas.

L: Deep nut brown, like a cross between autumn maple and rochefort 8. Tiniest bit of wispy yet thick head. Looks a touch under-carbonated, but still good. Touch of sediment in the glass (my pour could be off here).

S: Delightfully sweet and deep in its spices. Yeast adds that trademark bruery funk, resolves in the middle to a bold boozy fatness and fades into a lingering sweetness.

T: Sweet up front, wonderfully rich in spice and booze. Middle is a roasted rich booziness fading into a lingering funkiness.

F: A might under-carbonated, but smooth.

D: Damn good beer here. Wonder how it will hold up to 9 years in the cellar.

Photo of pmlondrigan
3.94/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

3 french hens pours a deep garnet red color with a off white head that fades pretty fast for a bsda. No lacing to speak of. Very familiar bruery yeast aroma on the nose coupled with dried fruits, cherries, and a faint bit of woody grape aroma. The flavor is dominated by chewy malts, nice spice notes, and alot more dried fruit raisins, plums and cherries, figs etc. I do detect some vinous oak, but faintly. 3 french hens drinks surprisingly well for the size of the beer, and has a nice full and round mouthfeel. A nice offering from the bruery overall.

Photo of jamie2dope
4/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The third installment from the Bruery in their holiday series of beers. Thanks to Justin from WWS for putting this aside for me. Poured directly in to a balloon glass, the large amount of fluffy white heading springs up. Color is very murky light brown/dark orange. The French Oak comes through nicely in the nose, giving off vanilla, a toasted character, as well as a bit of cinnamon and other holiday spices. More of the same from the flavor, with the wood becoming more pronounced. The mouthfeel is light to medium bodied, and is extremely elegant. All of the flavors work together in a really soft, not overbearing sort of way. The alcohol is not detectable in the flavor at all as far as I can tell. This one seems to be bordering on the Belgian Strong Pale/Dark front, which is fine by me. Final thoughts are that the 12 Days of Xmas beers keep getting better every year. I am fully planning on grabbing one more of these, as well as some 2 Turtle Doves before they both become whales like PiaPT.

Photo of alpinebryant
3.95/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pours a chestnut brown with a white dusting of a head. Smell of figs, raisins, plums and belgian yeast.

Taste of mostly dark dried fruits. Raisins, prunes, figs and a slight white pepper flavor edges its way out. Slight cocoa and cherry. There is a brown sugar feel mixed with slight booziness although as warming, brown sugar and caramel flavors become more pronounced and mellow the beer out.

Not bad overall, not as good as 2TD, but it is hard to live up directly after last years christmas annual from The Bruery.

Photo of alcstradamus
3.91/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Huge thanks to Scott for snagging these for me to continue the 12 year adventure!

Pours a very deep murky brown with two fingers of head that dies down to a nice collar and some lacing.

The aroma has a dose of alcohol heat up front with oaky dryness and some light raisin and brown sugar. Notes of banana, yeast, and peppery spice.

The flavor is more rich than I expected, with deep raisin and cocoa notes as well as a bit of alcohol burn. Some wateriness, but still flavorful. A light burn in the bottom of my throat begging me to take another sip.

The body is medium and maybe a tad watery at times. Carbonation is at appropriate levels for the style.

Overall this beer is good at this age and I can see it improving for a year or two. But I don't think it has the legs for the 9 year journey. Can't wait to find out!

Photo of impending
3.56/5  rDev -6.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750ml into a tulip. Pours a deep dark ruddy mahogany with garnet highlights. Dense two finger head subsided slowly, decent lacing.

Delicious strong dark aroma. Lots of candied sugars with caramel, vanilla and pleasant spices plus the addition of the barrel is quietly perceptible.

Dark dense bread with dark rum notes and generic anonymous dark fruits.

The dominant characteristic is the long slowly subsiding aftertaste which unfortunately I didn't find too appealing as it is dull muted spices wrapped in alcohol, blunt as if drunk from a steel can. Creamy mouthfeel.
wish I liked this more

Photo of KickInTheChalice
3.85/5  rDev +0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 750 mL bottle into a pint glass.

Appearance: Pours a soft walnut brown color, opaque in the middle but somewhat transparent around the dges. A bubbly tan head forms with a good pour, staying around for a bit and leaving a few touches of lacing.

Smell: Caramel malt, dark fruit - figs, dates, and raisins, and an herbal hop presence.

Taste: This starts out really sweet, almost cloyingly so, with dark fruit - mostly the same fig,date, and raisin that was there in the aroma, almost with a caramel sweetness. It turns actually citrusy and tart, which I would not have expected. A dash of spice and herbal hops at the end provide for an interesting finish.

Mouthfeel: Oily and sticky at the same time. Lemony mouth pucker.

Drinkability: One serving is enough, although I liked the unique flavor. Maybe some time on it would help out?

Photo of NCSUdo
4/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750 mL bottle

A: Dark brown body under a good sized light tan head. Good retention and decent lace.

S: Malty, sweet, floral a bit, fig, nutty, hint of oak, rather complex aroma.

T: Sweet malt up front before giving way to toasted and roasted hints, bit of chocolate, decent bitter finish, alcohol is only slightly apparent, grassy hints.

M/D: Medium to full bodied, carbonation is high. Drinkability is good. A good beer, even tends to show some character of a lighter Belgian ale at times.

Photo of glid02
4/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

On-tap at the Porter Beer Bar in Atlanta.

Pours a very dark purplish-brown color with a half-finger off-white head. The head recedes into a thin layer on top leaving solid lacing.

Smells of large amounts of fruits - partly dark grapes but also plums and figs. Also present are sweet and dark malts with mild amounts of spices.

Tastes similar to how it smells. Sweet dark malt flavors with a hint of caramel malts kick things off. Joining in shortly thereafter are sweet dark fruits - crisp dark grapes with ripe plums. Near the end of the sip hints of indistinct spices make a brief appearance before fading out into a mildly sweet ending leaving a bit of alcohol burn on the back end. As the beer warms the influence of the spices increases.

Mouthfeel is good. It's got a nice thickness with solid carbonation.

Drinkability is also good. I finished my glass without a problem and could have another.

Overall this was certainly one of the fruitiest BSDA's I've had in a while, most skew toward heavier malt and spice profiles. Worth a shot.

Photo of Bitterbill
3.97/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

My 8th beer from The Bruery.

750ml capped bottle.

A very dark red coloured brew with a smallish head of foam, good lacing to start. Man this is a dark brew that doesn't let much light shine through...if any.

The smell seems quite tart and woody with notes of dark fruits. A bit of vanilla mixed in there. I'm digging the aroma big time.

The taste is oaky with dark fruits, plums & raisins, good note of vanilla, slight tartness compared to the smell, interesting. Oh, now the alcohol is kicking in giving me a lot of warming. It finishes a bit on the bitterish side.

I'm kind of undecided right now as to how I'm going to score the taste. A & S were easy.

I waited a while to let this warm up some more. Now I'm getting some real spiciness that I didn't notice when it was colder. Initially, I felt the flavours were on the too smooth side, if you catch my drift. With some extra degrees, it's starting to shine. It's still a beast alcohol wise. ;^)

The body is on the light side for the style and the carbonation is medium and right for this beer.

Drinkability is okay. Definitely hot for me but slow sipping will work..I reckon this should be a good one to cellar for quite some time. A nice brew.

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