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Ommegang BPA – Belgian Style Pale Ale

Name – Ommegang BPA – Belgian Style Pale Ale
Country – United States
Type – Belgian Pale Ale

Appearance – Poured a slightly hazy orange color with a big foamy white head.

Smell – The Belgian yeast stands out but you also get some lemony scents and citrus hops along with it.

Taste – Grapefruit and other citrus hops mix well with the yeast.  Lemony and a bit of clove presence there as well.  Very refreshing.

A limited edition brew from the folks at Ommegang this is a very easy to drink Belgian pale ale.  Oh so refreshing.  I think this should have waited a bit to come out for the summer and it would be great after being in the sun all day.  Definitely a must try.

Overall Grade – A-

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  • Reply Scott-TheBrewClub

    Wow, that does sound good. I think you’re right about the summer release – maybe I’ll pick up one for now and one for later on in the Summer!

    March 17, 2010 at 12:35 pm
  • Reply BonBeer

    Great pick!! & a great BSPA made on this side of the pond too. As for the summer part, well this would be great to drink in the summer, But I can drink a BSPA all year long. It is the syle which got me into drinking craft beer… yummy!!

    March 17, 2010 at 11:04 pm
  • Reply nate

    I’ve been looking for this. I brewed up 10 gallons of BPA that is great and want to compare it. We’ll eventually get it, just gotta keep my eyes out. I think Ommegang is a solid US brewery.

    March 19, 2010 at 10:00 am
  • Reply Mike

    @Scott – Definitely should.

    @Mike – Oh I too could drink this all year round. It just would taste even better in the hot summer months.

    @Nate – I really like Ommegang and their products. That would definitely be an interesting comparison.

    March 19, 2010 at 10:46 am
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