Joined: June 2006
As for the sweeter beers, I like them as well, though I can't just pound them down like some others either. A list of some nice sweeter beers I like:
Old Engine Oil (Harvestoun Brewery; Dollar, Scotland) A fine example of a Scottish Ale: burnt caramel, fairly malty.
Kelpie (New Alloa Brewery; Kelliebank, UK) While not strictly a sweet ale, this has a chocolate palate that is nice. Sold in the US under the Froach Historic Ales label.
Rochefort #10 (Rochefort Trappist Brewery, Belgium) a stupendous beer, get some if you can. You'll probably have to order directly from the brewery (and live in an alcohol in the mail friendly state), but your finer liquor stores may be able to get it in as well. A very complex beer, very malty. My favorite part is the port wine and dried fruit flavor. My least favorite part? The silly European 375 ml bottle--not even 3/4 of a pint!
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