Delirium Nocturnum from Huyghe Brewery is a Belgian Strong Ale, dark amber in colour, turning brown with a light beige foam.
The aroma features red fruit, bread, berries and dates with notes of chocolate, toffee, malt and spices. The taste, on the other hand, has notes of honey, banana and anise with a slight, persistent astringency. The beer in the mouth has a pleasant, creamy structure with medium saturation, all of this effectively camouflages the quite high% alcohol content of the beer. The finish is long, warm, slightly bitter and fruity
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