Last night, I decided to venture outside the world of domestic brews and sample Trois Pistoles, a Belgian Ale. Thankfully, as my last snifter was broken a couple months ago, it came with its own one. It had a very rich aroma to it, with a definite alcohol presence. It at first tasted very much like a barleywine, and then finished up tasting like a dry red wine. At $6.50 a bottle, I'll probably get four glasses out of it, which seems like a bargain compared to an average bottle of wine. It was just nice to be able to appreciate the craftsmanship of the beer after learning what to look for in a good brew.