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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Beer 101: Liefman Oud Bruin 2010 or The Worst Post Ever

I have precisely one minute and 37 seconds in which to post today's.  Apologies in advance for typos, nonsense and general disappointment. 

Tonight we drink the Liefmans Goudenband -- an oud bruin bottled in 2010.  It poured a chestnut color with ruby highlights.  It seemed on the flat side as I poured it and there wasn't a discernible head to speak of.  There was a thin ring of beige froth around the edge of the glass that left some lacing down the glass.  It smelled of mild vinegar.  The taste was tart, green, and a bit roasty -- kind of reminded me of sitting next to a hickory fire.  This is an unusual beer and quite tasty. 


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