Fishing Beer Review: Troegs "Jovial" Belgian Style Dubbel Ale

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Brimming with optimism, Jovial reveals its enduring charm and infinite merriment with each passing sip. This enticing Belgian-style Dubbel ale features hints of raisin, fig, date and prune. As the flavor develops, traces of toffee, chocolate, and subtle spices emerge.


I have been very excited to try this one even though it came with a little disappointment. Disappointment in that it seems to have replaced one of my favorite beers to date "LaGrave" from the same brewer. This may or may not be true but it has certainly become hard to get in these parts. 
This beer came out a dark orange color and its very frothy it you pour to fast after opening it, common with this bottling method. It has a nice head on it as well that dissipates quickly. It tastes like any belgian ale I have had but it is very bubbly, Overall I am very pleased with this beer and it takes a little of my heartache away that the other beer has become hard to get.

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