Belgium is known for waffles, chocolate and beer. Why are we not all living there again? Anyway, as you can imagine, the country has a long and rich brewing history. Which leads to a wide variety of Belgian Ale styles for you to taste. Here are a few: Belgian Blonde Ale, Belgian Strong Pale Ale, Belgian Strong Dark Ale, Belgian Pale Ale, Belgian Abbey Ale…you get the idea. While they can vary wildly in color, strength and flavor, Belgian Ales are typically easy-drinking (think less hoppy) with varying levels of fruit notes. With such an enormous assortment to choose from, they're perfect for beer newbies and veterans alike.
Ideal Serving Temperature:
Cool (40-50 degrees)