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Wednesday, April 12, 2006 


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Ahhhh Sloeber. Sloe drinking a Sloeber. Some things just make sense.

As you see on the left, the Sloeber is doing a little dance and tipping his cap at you as if to say, "C'mon, give it a go!" How could you refuse?

Sadly, my Sloeber didn't dance like that (perhaps I didn't have enough?). The good people at Brouwerij Roman in Mater-Oudenaarde, Belgian are the creators of this delicious pale ale. Like it should, it pours a nice yellow straw color with a faint, crisp head. The aroma is yeasty, but hints of sweetness and tart - part citrus, part sour apple. Quite tasty.

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