We picked up the Bede’s Chalice – Belgian Triple from The Durham Brewery a little while ago.
Yesterday we decided to enjoy it with lunch. I opened the bottle and there was a big rush of froth. A very lively beer indeed. In poured into the glass with a big foamy head. On the nose there are aroma’s of bread dough with a little peach. On the palate it pacts a big punch with notes of spice, peach and mango. The 9% ABV holds all these flavours on the palate. There is a pleasing semi sweet alcohol finish with strong notes of orange peel that lasts and lasts. A great beer for these cold days.
Blog post by Richard Randall