Belgian Dark Ale

Belgian Darks offer a massive range of characters. The colors play within the amber to light brown and even deep garnet range of hues, topped with thick, rocky heads of great retention. Aromas can offer anything from traces of yeast, spices, malt, floral attributes, and on occasion, slightly intoxicating notes. Flavors run the gamut from dry and spiced, to sweet and malty. Most examples of Belgian Dark Ale have a low level of bitterness.

ABV: 4.5–7.5% | IBU: 15–25 | Glassware: Goblet (or Chalice)

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Name Brewery ABV Ratings > Avg
Dry Hopped Belgian DarkDe Steeg Brewing Company5.4000
Nondenominational Festive AleAbe Erb Brewing Co.6.5000
Belgian Black Wheat Table Brewing Co. ? 00
SurveillanceSchilling Beer Co.5.6000
Black Blues AbbeyBirra & Blues6.2000
CorpulentStrong Brewing Company8.0000
der AbgrundAtwater In The Park5.0000
Brune De MetropoleBrasserie De Metropole6.5000
Red Crown RedAtwater In The Park5.3000
Rousse ElfiqueAu Grimoire Des Légendes6.5000
Subsonic B-StoutClandestine Brewing Company9.8000
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