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Community Level 5Muddy250

Muddy250

It's Alive!! Review with images

Advantagestaste

Disadvantagesnone

"...old glass either, a real Duvel tasting glass, huge tulip shaped thing with Duvel in gold on the front. Damn those marketing guys! Back home, everything packed away I read the box. Covered in information and a bright yellow flash proclaiming that Michael Jackson (not the scary one) a well respected beer and whisky expert, had put this brew in his top ten Belgian beers. A winner then! About the Beer The beer itself has been called the champagne ..." Read review
07.12.2003

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The DUVEL made me drink it

AdvantagesInterestingly different, beautiful taste and readily available

DisadvantagesLet me think......NONE

"...marketed under the name of DUVEL (Flemish for devil). Due to the top quality of this unique beer, sales have increased year after year. OK. You've skipped past the boring bit so here's the joke. ------------------------------------------------------ A police officer pulls a bloke over for speeding and has the following exchange: OFFICER: May I see your driver's license? DRIVER: I don't have one. I had it suspended for speeding. OFFICER: ..." Read review
26.10.2002

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The champagne of beers

AdvantagesGreat taste

Disadvantagescan be hard to find

"...Although not made by monks Duvel is the undoubted King of the Belgian Beers. ***A BIT OF HISTORY*** Duvel is produced by the Moortgat Brewery in Breendonk. Jan-Leonard Moortgat first established the brewery in 1871. Moortgat gradually with the help of his two sons Albert and Victor expanded the family business. The Moorgats were always looking for ways to improve their product and in 1918 Albert decide to try and brew a new kind of beer based ..." Read review
08.02.2002

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Starköl-III 1654-03. What the devil is this

AdvantagesA strong, pale Belgian with a thick head

DisadvantagesBeware the over-indulgence

"...using a top fermentation process. Duvel is not pasteurised and so is entirely pure and natural. It contains no additives or preservatives. Secondary fermentation and long maturation take place in the bottle, giving the beer its highly distinctive taste. The yeast created by this (secondary) fermentation forms a sediment in the bottom of the bottle. The rear label again notes the alcoholic strength and gives a “best before” date. Surprisingly the ..." Read review
02.03.2003

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Community Level 1Hank11

Hank11

Duvel - A nice beer

AdvantagesNice taste

DisadvantagesNever on sale

"Duvel - this is a nice beer that doesn't seem to know how to sell itself. If you like Leffe you will like Duvel. It is a similar beer more lagarish but with that Belgian feel. It is for sale in supermarkets but only in 330ml bottles, but only for about about £1.80 and never seems to be on sale. You can buy it in a special pack with a glass which is value for money, but without the glass is just too expensive. The taste is typical belgian ..." Read review
10.06.2009

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