Beers

Belgian Amber

This malty ale is brewed with Belgian yeast and tastes like caramel spread on toast, with hints of pear and spice. Sweet and slightly fruity, but not cloying, a touch of bitterness makes this a well-balanced beer with a medium, dry finish. Though very drinkable, this is not your average liquid bread. Best consumed at a long rustic table spread with strong cheese, black bread, and a crew of motley bald-pated monks if you can stir one up. (If you can’t find the monks, a group of semi-irreverent friends will do in a pinch.)