Ashmans Abbaye Dubbel - Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery
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Ratings: 2 | Reviews: 2 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by cretemixer:
4.03/5 rDev -3.8%
Deep chestnut in color with a thick, creamy, dense head reminicient of a nitro pour. Very thick lacing left behind.
Aroma of dark fruits, raisins and a slight mineral tinge.
Initially dry and fruity, roasted malts lend a caramel taste to the flavor profile. Sweetens as it warms, but then the alcohol becomes more apparent and dries things up a again. Very nice.
Medium-full body with a creamy quality, but lacking a bit in the carbonation.
Overall I would recommend this beer, but who knows how much longer it will be available as Todd Ashman has left for other endeavors.
10-20-2003 02:53:01 | More by cretemixer
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4.35/5 rDev +3.8%
(2003 vintage). Ah, if I am fortunate in one thing in life, it's that my work/home situation means I can hop off the commuter train at one of America's finest brewpubs on my ride home.
I'm no Belgian expert, but this I do know: It's dark brown, with a thin, less carbonated mouthfeel like a session bitter. Nicely matly with roasty and coffee aspects, and a slight "juicy fruit" or cherry aspect.. It reminds me of a hearty porter or even a Russian Imperial Stout, under a thin, lacy Belgian head. Finishes just yummy, too! Take the Metra Electric from Michigan Avenue to beer bliss!
11-20-2003 13:51:35 | More by DrunkMcDermott
Ashmans Abbaye Dubbel from Flossmoor Station Restaurant & Brewery
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