Decadence 2015 Anniversary Ale from AleSmith Brewing

Decadence 2015 Anniversary Ale

By: AleSmith Brewing

Product Description: AleSmith's latest addition to their hand-forged, decadent Anniversary Ales. This is the 11th bottle from the series that originated back in 2005. Like all the rest, Decadence 2015 will only be brewed once and then it's gone.

This one has is heavily Belgian inspired. Pours a deep red amber with a huge fluffy head. Very complex aroma and taste. Rich and toasty, sugary Belgian Candi, caramel, Belgian yeast and biscuit maltiness. Hints of an assortment of different fruits.

The already substantial complexity may increase over time when cellared, which would make this quite a treat.

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  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: Belgian Strong Pale Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 10.00% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

AleSmith Decadence 2015 Anniversary Ale. Belgian Style Amber.

Great American Beer Festival 2008 Small Brewing Company Of The Year

Alesmith Decadence Anniversary Ale was originally brewed in 2005 to celebrate our first decade in business. Each year since, our brewers have commemorated our anniversary with a special beer of a new style. Now, ten years after brewing our first beer of the Decadence series, we're proud to present another hand-forged addition, AleSmith Decadence 2015.

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In the spirit of traditional Belgian brewing we've departed from style-constraints to bring you a fresh take on the popular European style, the Belgian Amber. This big, complex, amber-hued ale was brewed with a substantial amount of Belgian and European malts that complement the spiciness imparted by Belgian abbey yeast. The result is a perfect balance between rich, toasty maltiness, Belgian Candi sugar and the light, floral profile of European hops. Enjoy this hearty Belgian-inspired brew now or age at a cool temperature to increase its complexities.

Serve in Belgian Chalice at 50-55 degrees.

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