Coarse-tongued Belgian-styled ale allows acrid oak-aged cherry waft and unripe white grape mouthfeel to glower tart candy sweetness. Blanched orange rind bittering and terse pineapple squint reach oats-toasted backend of inconspicuous 10% alcohol-doused dessert. Upon 2011 re-tasting, detected improved cherry-pureed orange bruise, funkier Belgian yeast peppering, and thicker malt liquor-like alcohol blast. Ripe peach, cantaloupe, melon, and banana illusions stretch across buttery caramel malting (with a hint of cornmeal in backend).

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