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Product of: Belgium
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Naming a beer after a football club has to be a sure way to generate sales and ‘Standard’ is named after Royal Standard de Liège, commonly referred to as Standard Liège, a Belgian football club from the city of Liège. Standard players are nicknamed the "Rouches" due to their red jerseys. Read more
Sampled on 30/01/2012
Clear, golden with heavy sediment coating the base of the glass. Thick head which subsides to lasting creamy layer depositing thick lacing.
Yeasty malty, bready dough nose with faint herbal pear skin fruity aromas.
Creamy mouth feel, slightly sweet caramel palate. Fresh pear and grape fruity notes sit well with doughy maltyness and mild hop coriander spice.
Crisp apple skin and pear finish with subtle herbal spicyness.
Closure: Crown cap