Welcome to a thread dedicated to Belgian beers! Belgium is home to many famous styles of beer, such as lambic, saison, and big quads, but this isn't limited to Belgium! Lots of North American breweries are producing great Belgian-style beers, such as Lost Abbey, Ommegang, The Bruery, and Unibroue. So, grab an Orval, a Duvel, a Cantillon, a St. Bernardus 12, or anything else in the categories below! Post a review, along with a photo. Share a story about a recent (or upcoming) trip to Belgium. New releases from North America or Belgium? Post them here! Here are the styles covered in this thread, although a couple of others might be considered. I might start a monthly theme in February, but it’s wide open for January. Belgian Blond Ale Belgian IPA Belgian Pale Ale Belgian Strong Dark Ale Belgian Strong Pale Ale Dubbel Flanders Red Ale Flanders Oud Bruin Lambic Quadrupel Saison Trappist Single Tripel Witbier Belgian Stout (although not officially a category) Santé! And here's my first Belgian beer for the thread, with my favorite glass! Duvel - a Belgian Strong Blond. The nose is full of biscuits, orange, wheat, malts, sourdough bread, and some sweet caramel. The taste follows the nose. Lovely caramel notes, paralleled by slight hoppy notes, bready malts, wheat, lemon peel, Belgian yeast, and a nice grainy note. Dry and medium bodied. Lovely overall.