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Newest beer from Unibroue is Terrible.

Unibroue, Inc. of Chambly, Quebec, has released its new Terrible dark ale into selected U.S. markets. Terrible is a dark ale brewed in the abbey style, with a.b.v. reaching 10.5%. According to Unibroue, it has a "balanced flavor of fruits and spices."

"Even the hard-core beer connoisseurs will be impressed by the balance on the palate and the deep, long aftertaste," said Paul Arnott, Unibroue's master brewer. "I'm very proud of this one. Terrible has the greatest aging potential of all our products. I can't wait to taste this one five years from now!"
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Title Annotation:Weekly Specialty Beer Report; Terrible dark ale is available in select U.S. markets
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 3, 2003
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