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Brewed By: 
Self-Defined Style: 
Belgian Amber Ale
Strength (ABV): 
5.4% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
18 IBU

"Speciale Belge" is one of the better Belgian beers of the early 20th century. This smooth-drinking, amber-coloured top-fermentation beer has a sensible alcohol content.

Special PALM malts determine its honey-like mellowness and PALM’s own selected yeasts give it a fruity yeast aroma. Fine aroma hops from Kent afford subtle harmony. PALM is the absolute number one “BELGIAN AMBER BEER”.

Made with English hops, French Barley, and Belgian yeast, PALM represents the best of European beer-making traditions. It’s the roasted Champagne Malt which gives PALM its amber color, but without being heavy. PALM is a great alternative to traditional pilsners and lagers for the beer drinker looking for something a little different.

Noted beer writer Michael Jackson described PALM Speciale as "exceptionally fresh, with aromas of toasty malt, a bitter-orange palate and a tartly refreshing finish."

4/6pk/12 oz. Bottles
24pk/11.2 oz. Bottles
European 50 Liter - 13.2 Gal.
Keg Connection: 
European Sankey


It tastes better in Belgium!

Angels Share's picture


dcottone's picture

Pleasant enough with a flat, forgettable finish. Nice amber but a little bland for me.

pwpratt's picture

A:yellowish amber
A:light Belgian yeast notes. no hops.
F:clean, slight tart, perhaps orange notes. no hop bitterness. trace belgian spice
O:not unpleasant, forgetable

Nice n Mellow

JMReeves's picture

Great amber color. Bartender served it in the appropriate glass. Light aroma with very little hop aroma. Smooth on the palate. Refreshing crisp finish. Enjoy with a Cuesta Rey cigar.