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> Bell's Third Coast Old Ale, Old Ale/Barleywine
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tjthresh
post May 9 2005, 07:37 PM
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12 oz bottle pured in a Duvel glass.
Toast, honey, nuts, toffee, and some light vanilla come through in the BIG malt nose. Alcohol come through pretty good too. The malt way overpowers any hops that would be present. Copper orange, and opaque. No real haed formed to speak of when poured. If I give it swirl if froths up real good, and fades to a dusting. Toffee, light chocolate, caramel, and alcohol dominate. Plenty of bitterness. SWEET.
Very mouth filling and chewy. Alcohol evident all the way through. Personally, I could drink this every night. Outstanding beer. Will re-review after it gets some more conditioning time. I may need to go buy another sixer for that though.
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deejaydan
post Jul 23 2005, 12:30 AM
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It's good stuff. Just watch out in the store, as there is also a Third Coast Beer as well, and that's kinda ho-hum.
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