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Inferno Ale - The Lost Abbey

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343 Reviews
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Reviews: 343
Hads: 760
Avg: 4.01
pDev: 14.71%
Wants: 74
Gots: 108 | FT: 5
Brewed by:
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California, United States

Style | ABV
Belgian Strong Pale Ale |  8.50% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: scottoale on 05-04-2008

Corruption, Greed and Lust, they’re all represented on he books today. Tomorrow they’ll be stringing Gluttony, Desire and Sloth. Go ahead, tell yourself you’re better than all of them. But you can’t. Hell can be funny like that. Down here it’s all just sin. Everyone here is screwed just like you. They don’t care who you sliced, diced or cheated. No one is escaping this heinous place.

Your roommate is an axe murderer. Eerily, he’s not threatening. How can he be? The Fallen Angel owns your body, mind and soul. As such, no one can take your life. It’s already been taken. Or was it given? Neither matters. Did you seriously think you were living a virtuous life? At least Satan serves beer in Hell. He brews it himself right there in that flame stoked cauldron. Rumor has it the beer is straw yellow, bone dry and simply labeled Inferno.
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Photo of billab914
4.19/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a 750 ml bottle into my Lost Abbey rastal glass. Pours orange in color with a fluffy white thick head. The head retreated to the edge of the glass but left decent lacing on the sides.

Aroma is strong with Belgian yeast flavors. There is a good amount of citrus, fruit and spice to it. Taste is similar in that it is dominated by the Belgian yeast. it's citrusy and spicy as you would expect from a Belgian Pale.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied with moderate carbonation. Drinkability is good, it was a very good tasting Belgian ale. Belgians beers are not my favorite style but this was a very good one.

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Photo of GClarkage
4.38/5  rDev +9.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

08/09/08- Purchased at Ledger's in Berkeley, CA.

Presentation- 750ml bottle, both caged and corked. Didn't happen to look for freshness info. It is, however, a 2008 release.

Appearance- Lightly clouded and golden colored pour. Good one inch plus creamy style head that leaves behind fine lace chunks and patchwork.

Smell- Duvel-like in the nose, but quite sweet with a confectioniers sugar nose along with corriander, white pepper and some mild citrus fruits.

Taste- As told it tasted like Duvel, I would have to agree, but with considerable more citrus and sugar in the flavor. Just a wee touch too much sugar kept it from being about perfect. A good amount of corriander and a nice orange-lemon fused flavor throughout the entire beer.

Mouthfeel- Not as highly carbonated as would have thought. Medium level at best...which works out perfect for me. Mild sugary mouthfeel, but very crisp and easy drinking.

Drinkability- I will be getting one of these again. Wonderful output from Port Brewing.

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Photo of Mora2000
4/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

The beer pours a hazy yellow color with a white head. The aroma is very different. I get some smoke, caramel and biscuit malts as well as wheat. The flavor is Belgian yeast, biscuit malt, wheat, honey, caramel and toffee. I didn't expect the caramel and toffee notes in this beer since it was yellow in color, but they are a welcome surprise. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation.

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Photo of smakawhat
4.03/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Seems like I haven't had this style in awhile, and my first Lost Abbey beer. Let's see how this goes poured into a tulip glass.

A nice golden light pale orange amber body, somewhat opaque but also some real nice column rising tiny white carbonation bubbles. Head forms nice and evenly with a rocky character, white and bright, clumpy and lumpy. Real nice looking.

Notes of pear and sweet green fruit seem to hit on first whiff. Some light sweetness and a sense of yeast. Smells fairly straight forward but good.

Tight noticeable carbonation but doesn't take away from the palate. Some slight thickness but a bit subdued, seems to bring the taste of a sweet malt and very prickly, fruit hints seem to turn to more lemon and citrus, but finish with a real nice crisp tang character. Dry as it mentions, but not nearly as bone dry as the bottle suggests. A nice lingering aftertaste mixing with a faint icing sugar.

Overall pretty solid beer and a fun one to drink. Carbonation seems to hint at a displeasure but even this big it's actually feels like an enhancement. I would have this again.

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Photo of Billolick
4.45/5  rDev +11%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Typical L.A. bottle, caged and corked, w/o freshness/vintage info...pours light yellowy apricot, cloudy, huge off white head, rocky cap, merainge, tons of lace, the whole nine! nice...fruity, yeasty, flavorful on the nostrils..yummy..tasty, fruity, complex, flavorful, thoroughly enjoyable, pineapple, candied apricots, vanilla, honey, lemon/lime initially, then more hoppy, some alcohol and gin notes floating around...love the style, the Port beers in general, so this one is a natural for me...wish I could find Port offerings closer then Massachusetts!

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Photo of Gavage
4.33/5  rDev +8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: pours a cloudy orange color with a nice fluffy 2" head. Mild lace appears.

Smell: lemon, fruit sweetness, and some spicy yeast creates a nice aroma.

Taste: nice malt sweetness with some lemon zest, pepper, pear, green grapes, and golden apples. Moderate bitterness.

Mouthfeel: medium bodied beer. Crisp to start, less crisp at the finish.

Overall: a very good belgian ale that is refreshing and very flavorful. Superb beer.

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Photo of Gueuzedude
3.96/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A soft pour produces a fat, two-finger thick, pale, off-white colored head in my 25cl tulip glass. The beer is a hazy honey color and shows a fully hazed (the haze is substantially, though not completely contributed by chill-haze), yellow-gold color when held up to the light showing a fair amount of carbonation winding its way up through the haze. The head leaves some spotty, layered lacing on the sides of my glass as I work my way through this beer. The aroma has a light floral character to it that is evocative of light honey notes, soft pear, a touch of sour plum and apple aromatics and a touch of an herbal edge. Sweet grain aromatics combine with a touch of a cracker-like, lightly toasty grain character. A touch of spicy phenolics and esters seem to contribute more to the floral character than being particularly noticeable in and of themselves, though there is a soft vanilla note here.

Pretty dry tasting, but there is a touch of malt & alcohol sweetness towards the finish. The flavor is led in by a dry, cracker like grain character, then some honey like malt, some warming & spicy higher alcohols, including a bit of sharpness (not quite harshness) of alcohol in the finish. While pretty light bodied, it does have a touch of weight to it that clings just a bit to the palate, the carbonation adds a nice persistent tickle of texture. Some fruitiness comes in towards the finish where a mix of green apple, aromatic pear, a touch of almost-ripe honeydew melon and perhaps a hint of star-fruit. The finish definitely has a pepper character to it, it is also slightly phenolic with a light turpene-leaning clove character and a touch of dried ginger.

As the beer warms up the aroma opens up quite a bit; I really like the mix of substantial pale malt aromatics and how they mix with the aromatic floral notes, honey aromas and substantial pear-like fruitiness. The general fruitiness seems to pick up in the flavor over time as well. This definitely is a good Duvel-inspired interpretation, it captures quite a bit of the best characteristics of the style, though it can be a touch hot at times. I still prefer Vinnie's interpretation (Damnation), but this could probably use 6 months to a year of bottle age before it peaks.

Purchased: Plaza Liquors, Tucson AZ

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Photo of DoubleJ
4.38/5  rDev +9.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

....and I thought only a few of the Lost Abbey beers were bottled in 375 ml bottles. This bottle of Inferno is also a 375, bottled on 10/6/11. Let's give hell a taste. On to the beer:

Some Belgian blondes are a beautiful sight. Inferno is no different from that. With a fluffy bone white head, great retention, and a hazy goldenrod color, it looks almost like a Duvel (is it a coincidence that this is also being served in my Duvel tulip?). The nose offers dry aromas. Wild flowers. Soft yeasty background, bread dough. Gettin' thirsty now...

It's dry, and it's very appetizing. The taste is soft all around and well balanced. Just a little sweet pineapple runs through, cidery too. Floral. Slight pepper. Vague citrus. It also seems to have some funk as well. Not to be overshadowed is the texture, which is an airy full-bodied beer with a creamy feel, and a dry, bittersweet aftertaste.

We have yet another winner from the Lost Abbey line of beers. Now I'm a little upset at myself for purchasing the smaller bottle and not the larger 750.

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Photo of dcmchew
4.37/5  rDev +9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Hazy yellow with a nice two-three finger fluffy white head that lasts quite some time.
Big spicy yeast in the smell, honey, sweet yellow apple, fresh hop, herbs, orange. Quite intense tho, with some acidity and alcohol floating up from the glass.
Crunchy fruit up front, with nice apple and pear, bringing in a bit of tartness. Some bitter orange peel, a bit of apricot sweetness too, laced with honey. Yeasts are really busy, but not doughy, bringing lots of white pepper, coriander seed, clove, crunchy herbs, faint lemongrass. Hops wrap it up, a bit grassy, floral, hinting some grapefruit too, with a really nice and surprisingly dry finish.
Aftertaste has spicy yeasts, a bit of sweetness, a bit of apple peel and bitter hops. Medium body and prickly carbonation, enriched by the overall spicy feel. Alcohol hidden impeccably.
A really great Belgian-styled beer from Lost Abbey, a drier, hoppier alternative to the original ones, without ignoring the rich yeasts.

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Photo of tempest
4.15/5  rDev +3.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Split a 750 ml bottle with friends.

This is a well-balanced Belgian that shows a good range of phenol-produced spice flavors. The appearance is a mostly clear gold with a short, white head and the aroma has a hint of bubblrgum that the flavor lacks. Otherwise the taste and smell share a slew of white and black pepper notes with a touch of clove. The beer finishes with a bit of herbal, slightly grapefruit hops. All in all, a tasty and spicy beer. Worth a try for something a little different.

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Photo of Halcyondays
3.66/5  rDev -8.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

25.4 oz. bottle, bought at the Hi-Time Wine Cellars in Costa Mesa, CA,

A: Pours a hazy translucent yellow, with a big, white rocky head, good head retention, solid lacing.

S: Light overall, but get peppery spice, sourdough bread.

T: Interesting mix of flavours. Have the prerequsite peppery spice, definitely spicy for the style, light yellow apples as well. Secondarily, there is this wheat character at the back end that is quite tasty, not unlike a witibier.

M: Overall medium body, prickly carbonation, lightly chalky, light solvent.

D: A good BSPA, the flavour is tasty, though overall I found it kind of light to style, but still enjoyable - the actual content of the flavour profile makes it work. Another good one from Lost Abbey.

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Photo of GarthDanielson
4.15/5  rDev +3.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a bottle into a pint glass. The beer pours a cloudy golden-orange with almost brown tones in the deepest parts. There is a large, foamy, light head, approx 2". The beer has citrus notes on the smell, with a hint of some spices to balance. The flavors are of very light citrus, with a blended spice tasting of coriander and nutmeg. Very smooth in mouth, and a crisp, light finish. The alcohol helps balance the sweet and spice flavors, and the spice follows through to the aftertaste. Almost peppery notes on the aftertaste, also. Very tasty, and very easy to drink. Kind of wishing I had grabbed a few more bottles of it while we were at the brewery.

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Photo of liamt07
4.33/5  rDev +8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Bottle shared by Steve, 12.7oz popped for my birthday. 2010 vintage, into a tulip.

Poured a hazy brownish orange, immense offwhite head that's dense, soapy with huge lacing. Nose is yeasty and fruity, quite Duvel-like. Great hop notes, light grassy and green apple notes. A bit of alcohol and general sweetness. Taste reflects the nose, great fruitiness, a little spice in the finish. Yeasty and lightly grainy finish. Dry and gentle effervescence. A very nice golden strong, stands up nicely to Duvel and I would revisit this regularly if available locally (yeah right). Impressive.

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Photo of Georgiabeer
4.32/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a slightly hazy golden with a pretty good initial head that ultimately fades to a thin ring. Smells quite fruity with tropical fruits, juicy and a bit sweet while maintaining a decent balance. Tastes quite nice. Smooth and even a bit waxy with some restrained fruitiness, some firm malt, a touch of sweetness and a bit of short, sharp bitterness that is pretty well integrated to the overall taste. Very smooth and even a touch soft in the mouth. Not at all too sweet. Very nice. Starts more like a tripel but mellows into a more Belgian pale taste as it opens up.

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Photo of Zorro
4.2/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Clear golden colored ale with a good white head, looks a lot like Duvel.

Smell is sweet and fruity with a spicy granny-smith apple aroma. Malty and spicy with a little coriander in the nose this is best summed up as spicy. Bit of herbal hops but really this is quite spicy.

The taste starts out malty and spicy but not as sweet as you would expect. Tart and herbal in the mouth this much more heavily hopped than expected it even numbs the mouth a bit. Spicy herbal and tart the apple seems to have gone hiding in the taste. An extremely spicy version of the beer style.

Mouthfeel is good.

Quite a tasty beer and one of the better Lost Abbey beers. If you like a spicy and hoppy version of the style this is your beer.

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Photo of Gobzilla
4/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured a hazy pale golden orange in color with yellow highlights that had a thick finger of head and left plenty of bubbly lacing sticking to the glass. The aroma was pretty fruity belgian yeast upfront alongside citrus, slight spice, apple esters, and mild hop notes. It also had a good malty presence. The taste was also pretty fruity from the belgian yeast with clove spice, apple, pear, and citrus accents. There was plenty of malts and a touch of underlying hops to cap off the flavor. The brew was medium in body with a good amount of carbonation which had a sweet, fruity, spice, citrusy, and malty finish. It drank real good and really did some justice for the style. I've had this brew a few times know and each time has been solid without the LA carbonation issues.

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

Inferno Ale doesn't seem like it was brewed in a flame stoked cauldron. Its complexion is perfectly clear and is darkened only by a lucid and sharp-cut tone of gold. Its head is cottony smooth and snowy white although it doesn't posses quite the same body (or tack on the same lace) as an authentic Belgian ale. Still, this looks pristine and appetizing.

The aroma is potent and ripe with notes of orchard fruits and savory spices. In particular, I'm noting an abundance of apple and pear and a peppery, herbal spice coating them. The sensation of honey-coated grains seems to give it a little more maltiness than I recall from the traditional Belgian Strong Pales. I don't mind having this in front of my nose one bit!

'Delicious' is not typically a word I'd use to describe the style but Inferno Ale tastes better to me than most. Gentle, sweet honey-glazed grains, crisp straw and toasty biscuits are what make up the malt bill while a light zestiness unravels from the yeast and an herbal, earthy hoppiness comes compliments of the hoppiness. There's an almost garlicky flavour that leads me to believe this would suit a great number of dishes.

Don't bother getting out the fire extinguisher, Inferno Ale may be 8.5% but it certainly doesn't let on. In fact, this isn't 'hot' at all, rather it is quite refreshing. The mouthfeel seems to be just right (or how I like it, anyways) with maltiness, hoppiness and spiciness all evening each other out. It's far more biscuity (and even hoppy) and nowhere near as dry as most examples but that seems to work for me. Thank God for 750s!

Even if it was supposedly brewed by the Devil, you'd swear Inferno Ale was a gift from the heavens. It is tasty, palatable and refreshing. My mouth waters at the thought of how this would fair with a number of my favourite dishes. Tomme Arthur will surely go down as one of the most talented and inspirational brewers even in an era that knows no lack of talented and inspirational brewers. I hope we see this one again.

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Photo of weeare138
3.8/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to egajdzis for this...
Appears a hazy, light gold with a small white head that slowly fades into a collar. Scattered spots of lacing are left around the glass.
Smell is of spicy, doughy, Belgian yeast with hints of tropical fruit, vanilla, poached pear, and apple.
Taste is of the mentioned aromas with a sweet and spicy flavor that reminds me of a cross between the Westmalle strain, and the Unibroue strain.
Mouthfeel is medium bodied, mildly spiced, and hoppy in the finish.

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Photo of lacqueredmouse
3.96/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Uncorks with a sound like a gunshot, surprising, as up until the point at which it uncorked it was difficult to pry out.

Pours a pale golden colour, with a slight haze from the voluminous sediment in the bottom of the bottle. I poured off the top of this, but still some managed to be agitated enough to enter the glass. Head is a crackling mess of white, voluminous and exciting. Lace is excellent as this crackles down. Body is extremely slippery and fluid, although it looks like it has a bit of heft to it. Overall, it's a great looking beer.

Nose is crisp and dry, with hints of crackling champagne yeast and a dry sweetness like apple cider. Some spicier Belgian yeast notes come through, giving a slight phenol and pepper note to the mix. Very distinguished, if extremely dry.

Taste is smoother than I expected, with more pepper notes on the back. On the front we get a surprising sweetness from the apple characters, matched with a cutting segment of Belgian yeast phenols. The spicy bite on the back is pleasant enough to cleanse the palate, but never gets too brash or astringent.

Feel is great. Incredibly smooth, but staying light throughout.

This was a very nice beer, and a great Belgian-from-a-non-Belgian. This had style and sophistication far above its genesis. Good work.

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Photo of John_M
4/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Many thanks to Dyan for the opportunity to try this "new to me" beer from Lost Abbey. Was told this is Port Brewing's take on Duvel, and one can definitely see the similarity in the two beers.

The beer pours a hazy honey color with good head retention and lacing. I don't get a lot on the nose, but there is some noticeable honey, white pepper and even sour funk. On the palate this beer is quite intriguing. While moderately sweet, there is considerable spice in the flavor profile with some noticeable white pepper in the finish. As a result, this beer has a fairly dry finish, and it really does remind me of the duvel. The beer has a medium bodied mouthfeel, and for the most part the alcohol seems pretty well disguised in this beer.

A very interesting beer, with one of the more complex flavor profiles I've come across. While very good, I have to say that there are other Lost Abbey beers I've liked more then this one.

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Photo of JohnGalt1
4.3/5  rDev +7.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Corked 750 received from tradehops way back in July.. Thanks Eric.. I can't believe this one has lasted this long.. The bottle has been in the upstairs fridge for 6 months now!! I am sharing this one with my bro while we bitch about our new boss.

Poured into my New Belgium snifter... very nice 3 finger foamy white head.. the brew is a crystal clear gold.. great lace and cap for pretty much the entire glass.

Nose is very traditional BSPA with a nice punch of citrus hoppiness.. peppery and lite orange zest.

Flavor has all the expected BSPA elements.. pale malts with yeasty fruitiness and a great overall American hop component.. very nice and hugely drinkable.. the body is more thick than Duvel.. and the carbonation is lighter too..

Thanks again Eric.. I really appreciate the super cool trade.

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Photo of vfgccp
4.32/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A – Fluffy white head with great retention and lace. Pale yellow gold with a nice visual effervescence.

S – Soft citrus: more pineapple than orange. Malt and honey sweetness, zesty lemon and sage, and a touch of pepper spice. Smooth and beautifully integrated.

T – Opens crisp with cracked black pepper and lemon, into a light, almost pita-bread like malt. Bright herbal middle with sage and tarragon. The herbal note dries in the finish with a soft bitterness, and pulls back to reveal a mineral and lightly acidic foundation.

M – Lively carbonation. Crisp, medium body.

O – Herbal throughout. Does an incredible job of hiding it’s booze at 8.5%.

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Photo of jdhilt
4.05/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pours a five+ finger thick, white head that fades very slowly leaving a good lace. Cloudy light amber color, ton of yeast left in bottle. Good carbonation and medium bodied. Nose is tart fruit, flavor is sweet and tart fruit, smooth. Higher ABV is hidden. $10.99 for a 750ml bottle from Julio's Liquors Westborough, Ma.

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Photo of LiquidAmber
3.95/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured into a Black Raven pint glass. Exploded out the bottle, losing about 10%. Pours a medium yellow-orange amber, lots of carbonation. Massive thick white head and lacing. Aroma of Belgian spices, yeast and light fruit. A light metallic component to the aroma. Flavor is dry, spicy with light fruit and a hint of Brett or wild yeast. Dry peppery finish. The wild yeast component is mild enough that I enjoyed this ale. I'd probably choose a Belgian over this because of the dryness, but it is well made and enjoyable.

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Photo of akorsak
4/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to throwitallaway for this 750 mL corked and caged bottle.

A: The ale is a straw yellow color , augmented with a few drops of orange food coloring. The orange-yellow combination yields a mild haze that hangs in the glass, partially obscuring the objects on the other side of the glass.

S: The nose is yeasty with a peppery flair. Pear and apple aromas come from the yeast. The overall scent is very sweet but from the yeast and not sugar additions.

T: The ale is very fruity, deliciously so. Berries and apples drive the initial sip with a pleasing kick. Peppery heat soon follows, acting as a palate-cleanser of sorts. After the fruitiness, a distinct doughiness follows, bready like a cookie dough, very sugary. Boozy strength is evident throughout. The combination of flavors makes this the bastard offspring of d'Achouffe's Gnomette and Duvel.

M: The mouthfeel is Belgian, devilishly good with a wicked finish that hits you about 5 minutes after your first glass. The yeast-driven berry flavors seal the deal with their sweetness.

D: The ale is only 8.5%? It feels like an 11% behemoth at the midpoint. I was looking forward to this beer but walk away underwhelmed (and with a B+ rating, that is sayin' something).

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Inferno Ale from The Lost Abbey
90 out of 100 based on 343 ratings.