Pepe Nero - Goose Island

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Appropriately named,Pepe_Nero.JPG Pepe Nero pours a translucent olive black, with minimal head. Presenting an oily aroma of burnt spice and Belgian yeast, it tastes much the same as it smells. The slight roasted smokey taste is quickly overcome by the peppercorn spiciness.  While not something I would consider a session ale, it's something I would drink again on occasion. The only thing missing was the proper glass. I guess I best be getting some Belgian farmhouse ale glasses. 

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