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"List of Draft Beer Stella Artois (5.2% abv) This highly drinkable, refreshing Beligian beer has universal appeal. Chimay Triple (8% abv) The Cisterian Trappist Monks have been making beer since 1862, and this golden ambrosia proves that they've got is down. This well balanced beer is top fermented, then refermented in the bottle. The aroma has fruity notes of muscat and raisins, which complement the touch of hoppy bitterness that melts in your mouth. If you still need something to feel good about, the majority of the revenue collected from Chimay's sale is used for charitable purposes. Allagash White (5.5% ABV) Brewed in Portland, Maine, this beer is crafted in the style of a Belgian "wit" ale. A good percentage of wheat in the mash, and hints of coriander and orange curacao, make this beer exceptionally refreshing and thirst quenching. Gaffel K├Âlsch Delirium Tremens (9% abv) Conceived with three different yeasts it presents a beautiful colour, blond and coppery as well as a compact and abundant head. The beer has a nose of wheat and barley with traces of coriander and orange. Full and round in the mouth it is also spicy, with a pleasant bitterness to the taste. Coniston Bluebird Bitter (3.6% abv) A beautifully balanced, flavoursome beer. Hoppy and rich, yet easy to drink. Lovely peppery hop aroma. Very refreshing with a lingering hop finish. "

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