The Lost Abbey Devotion Ale

The Lost Abbey Devotion Ale

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After having a Trumer Pils, I head over to Eureka! with friends and first order a glass of The Lost Abbey Devotion Ale. It has a banana taste... a slight bitterness... and a pale ale aftertaste. As a whole, I like the taste of this beer.

Giving the beer a whiff, I find there's a light banana smell.

Going back to the taste, I can detect the presence of malts. Yeah, this beer has a nice overall taste. 8:25PM PT

Website Information:

It’s an unassuming road leading to the priory. Here, off the corner of two intersecting roads, dedicated monks have been making beer for over 150 years. It’s always been a simple life — the kind that requires they brew only enough to sustain the activities of their monastery. In the silence of passing seasons, they pray, they brew and retire in solitary existence behind the sheltering walls. They live a most interesting life. Most likely one we couldn’t sustain.

Nearby, each summer, the trellised fields spring to life as rows of resinous green cones are trained toward the heavens. Rumor is some monks love these hops and being surrounded by budding yellow aromas and the leafy pungent fields inspired them. Since we aren’t sensible enough to locate our brewery near hop fields, we can only offer this blond ale in celebration of our Abbey brethren and their steadfast Devotion.

ABV: 6.3%

AROMA: Designed to be a hop driven beer, the aroma presents mostly European variety hops with underlying notes of fresh hay and grassy fields. There is a very low level of yeast phenols present and much of this is subtle spice come from the aromatic hops.

TASTE: A lighter bodied beer that immediately makes an initial hop impression followed by a brief thinning layer of malt which is swallowed in the driest finish by a driven hop expression.

STYLE REFERENCE: Belgian Blonde Ale

PAIR WITH: Hop driven beers find excellent partners in spicy dishes ranging from Fish Tacos to Thai Food. As this is a very dry beer, it's best served with dishes that emphasize less robust flavors and are more spiced than savory driven.

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