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This Belgian blond ale’s grainy, bready aroma easily adopts the addition of sweet gale (also called bog myrtle), which reads as heather and rosemary in the nose. On the tongue, sweet gale evolves fluidly as ginger tang, earthy basil and sweet rosemary, which ride alongside doughy malts. Sharp white pepper pops along the way. Although the herb commands the profile, its complex flavor makes it a sip to contemplate.


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