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.)