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Enjoying Ommegang Belgian Abbey Ale tonight (Taken with Instagram)

Enjoying Ommegang Belgian Abbey Ale tonight (Taken with Instagram)

Ommegang Hop Chef: $65 Tickets to Brewery Ommegang's Hop Chef Competition on April 28th, 2012 (75 Value)

Ommegang Hop Chef: $65 Tickets to Brewery Ommegang's Hop Chef Competition on April 28th, 2012 (75 Value)

Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale. This Japanese brand produces a number of excellent beers with some creative ingredients. The Red Rice Ale is probably my favorite, despite its lack of strong hop characteristic. The rice is an interesting touch paired with the general maltiness of the beer. Slightly dry mouthfeel, pretty light. Definitely sessionable.

Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale. This Japanese brand produces a number of excellent beers with some creative ingredients. The Red Rice Ale is probably my favorite, despite its lack of strong hop characteristic. The rice is an interesting touch paired with the general maltiness of the beer. Slightly dry mouthfeel, pretty light. Definitely sessionable.

Prairie Ales Pirate Bomb - I have had several of the Prairie Artisan Ales stout series, but this was my first Pirate Bomb (rum barrel aged Russian imperial sout, 13 percent ABV). Who would have thought that a brewery in Oklahoma would be brewing world class stouts? But that’s what’s so great about craft beer.

Prairie Ales Pirate Bomb - I have had several of the Prairie Artisan Ales stout series, but this was my first Pirate Bomb (rum barrel aged Russian imperial sout, 13 percent ABV). Who would have thought that a brewery in Oklahoma would be brewing world class stouts? But that’s what’s so great about craft beer.

Barley Malt & Hops Cones: Ommegang Abbey Ale 2009-Areview from a Swedish fan

Barley Malt & Hops Cones: Ommegang Abbey Ale 2009-Areview from a Swedish fan

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