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Bornem Double Abbey Ale


Belgian Ale


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You might notice the dark red or brown hue of Bornem Double Abbey Ale, as well as the thick, frothy head. By no means a weak beer, at 8% ABV it certainly packs a punch. There are lots of fruit flavors, but they are not overwhelming like some Belgian ales. It is hard to find much fault in a beer that has been around since 1784.


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