A smooth black ale with mild roast and a soft Trappist yeast character. (Description provided by company)
Belgian Dark Ale
The color generally ranges from a medium amber to a dark mahogany brown, and the flavor and aroma profiles can vary widely - although usually bitterness is low. Aroma and flavors can be dry, spiced and yeasty or malty, floral, and sweet.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, in a beer snifter, a stemmed tulip glass, or a large wine glass.
The flash of this spinnerbait stimulates the senses with its sweet malty currents and deep red hues. Our BA reels with fruity esters and spicy notes from the Ardennes yeast which swirl through the Belgian rock candy, casting the perfect presentation for the hops to set the hook on this big boy.
Here at Left Coast we pride ourselves on our seasonal program. Red Tide is our Spring brew and this American Belgian-Style Red Ale blends West Coast hops and caramel roasted malt with a Belgian yeast character. Hoppy, spicy, slightly roasted with a dry malt finish.
Leffe Brown is an authentic abbey beer. Both its deep, dark brown colour and its full, slightly sweet flavour can be ascribed to the use of darkly roasted malt, making every sip just as exceptional as the last. (Description provided by company)
Born of a flood and centuries-old Belgian text, 1554 Enlightened Black Ale uses a lager yeast strain and dark chocolaty malts to redefine what dark beer can be. In 1997, a Fort Collins flood destroyed the original recipe our researcher, Phil Benstein, found in the library.