Product Type: Duvel Beer
Description:Brand: Duvel / Type: Ale / Strong Golden Beer, 8.5% easy to drink so beware percent Alcohol, brewed in Belgium.
Newest Review: ... its more expensive. (Prices will follow.) The bottles have a white label with the word "Duvel" on it, and a fair ... more
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Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
by - written on 08/12/02, updated on 08/12/02 (Very useful, 1436 readings)
Hello, and welcome one and all to an alcohol opinion. I'm going to be giving my thoughts on Duvel beer. Well, the beer is brewed in a place called Breendonkdorp in Belgium, but I do apologise for stating the obvious LOL. Its a wheat-like beer, and is bottle conditioned, which means that when you buy a bottle of it, there will be little bits in the drink. These bits are generally bits of yeast which continues to ferment the beer whilst in the bottle. Theoretically then, you could lay this bottle down for a while, and drink a more refined beer months down the line. But why wait? Its tastes blinking lovely already. Unlike most British bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/01, updated on 25/03/01 (Useful, 69 readings)
I tried Duvel for the first time last night, after discovering the delights of Belgium's wheat beers and traditional ales over the past few months. This one's an absolute beauty - full-flavoured, fruity and designed to be savoured. This isn't a beer you can glug to quench your thirst. It's heavy, thanks to its 8.5% of alcohol, and drinking it is more akin to sipping a big Burgundy than gulping down a light Chablis. I probably don't need to write this, but if you're looking for a Stella-ish lager, stay well away. Duvel is cloudy, thick and syrupy in comparison; a totally different style of beer, although one which is far more interesting. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/02, updated on 10/01/02 (Useful, 383 readings)
Duvel is probably the bestlager in... OK, you've heard it, but this time it's true. A lot fruitier than most "normal" lagers (though not sickly after a couple of pints like Hoegarden), Duvel (pron. Doo-v'l) is a true great. Introduced to me by a Belgian Uni friend, it tickles the taste buds to hysteria, but is suprisingly strong. It's taste is fairly sweet (in comparrison to most lager), quite crisp, and it goes down like a plane in the Bremuda Triangle (easily and quickly) - and there is still a bang at the end! Duvel is suprisingly strong, and you have to be careful to remember that you are drinking a very potent beer. No ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/01, updated on 21/04/01 (Somewhat useful, 86 readings)
duvel is a smooth and cheeky brew with a kick like a mule. It is fruity and goes down very easily and does not leave you feeling bloated or as hungover as some british brews tend to do. I would advise people to invest in a duvel beer glass if a taste for duvel is acquired as it tends to add to the drinking experience and I believe makes the beer taste even better. So in a nutshell 'you would do well to invest in a duvel.' ... Read the complete review
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