Nommo Dubbel - Boulevard Brewing Co.
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4.88/5 rDev +26.1%
Poured into a snifter. Beautiful. Carbonation is visible with a great tan head. Ruby in color.
Banana and cloves with a nice amount a caramel.
The taste is absolutely amazing. Raisin, prune, and fig all together. Chewy mouthfeel and somewhat of a rye character. This must all be from the spices. Delicious tobacco notes and more breast notes.
12-08-2012 03:13:25 | More by stewart124
4.7/5 rDev +21.4%
Pour is deep amber - light tan head is rather frothy, nice retention throughout.
Love the nose, sweet malts, belgian yeast funk, anise, corriander and raisins. Nose really hits the mark to style.
Crisp, carbonic entry - sweetness builds on the palate - full, rich maltiness is held back by the carbonation. Quite complex, fruity, quite spicy but in a complimentary way - nothing dominates or overpeowers the malts. Tight hop bittering on the finish - probably more american than belgian tradition - but that works splendidly for me.
A beautifully crafted beer, true to the style's tradition, but with it's own direction. Complexity and depth of flavor make for an outstanding experience.
09-17-2011 01:27:51 | More by sweethome
4.55/5 rDev +17.6%
An enjoyable brew from Boulevard. Pours a slightly hazy amber with a two-finger, thick, creamy head; minimal lacing. On the nose, I got hints of spice - cinnamon, coriander, clove; sweet toffee and banana. The taste is extravagant - sweet and malty, a bit peppery with a boozy finish. Feel is medium-bodied; lightly carbonated.
Love Boulevard. This is yet another solid beer. I find that complex beers often go well with complex foods, and this one paired wonderfully with the pumpkin soup and garlic toast. Cheers!
01-20-2013 01:34:14 | More by bensbeers
4.55/5 rDev +17.6%
I was in KC for a wedding and stopped by a liquor store. When I was checking out the cashier eyed what I was buying and recommended this. Good recommendation my friend!
Pours a nice caramel brown color. Dense and delicate cream colored head which slowly recedes leaving a fair amount of lace sticking to the sides of the glass.
Smells very distinctively of caraway, molasses, and perhaps pepper (?).
All these aromas come through quite nicely in the flavor. Very smooth medium/light bodied for the style. A particular earthy dryness is apparent in the finish. This dryness is complimented nicely by the sweetness of the molasses. The carbonation is perfect on the beer and the mouth feel honestly couldn't be any better. This is definitely worth seeking out. I know I will be.
I've said it before, but this is the direction modern brewing needs to take. Inventing new styles and renovating older ones. A tip of the hat to Boulevard for this one. Cheers!
09-21-2011 17:22:09 | More by xuptygm
Nommo Dubbel from Boulevard Brewing Co.
87 out of 100 based on 375 ratings.