Archives du mot-clé Bockor

Bockor Brasserie LeFort 8.5°

Bockor Brasserie LeFort 8.5°

Available online at http://store.belgianshop.com/special-beers/1478-bockor-brasserie-lefort-85-13l.html

Established 1854. By Felix Verscheure, greatgrandfather of Omer Vander Ghinste, in Kortrijk. Brasserie LeFort became part of the Brewery Omer Vander Ghinste in 1911. LeFort is a dark, complex ale with an intense taste. Refermented in the bottle. Nice reddish brown with big foamy head. Smells of red fruit and some mint.Aroma of dark fruits, figs, plums, some berries, nuts, alcohol. Nice taste, malty with dark fruits, caramel, toasted, some nuts, the alcohol also notable giving a warming feeling, some spices. Medium thick body, good and notable carbonation.Would go great with a meat dish. A winter delight. Demends time. And a conversation.

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Bockor Cuvée des Jacobins – 5.5°

Bockor Cuvée des Jacobins – 5.5°

Available at http://store.belgianshop.com/flanders-red/1434-bockor-cuvee-des-jacobins-55-13l.html

The beer Cuvée des Jacobins is unblended old lambic, aged for at least 18 months in (French) oak barrels from the cognac region. These oak barrels are called ’Foeders’ in Dutch. It has a robust character but is beautiful and sophisticated with a full body and overtones of vanilla, dried cherry, stone fruit and cocoa. It is a complex, beautiful sour beer. Pours an intense ruby red, with a very small pink head which slowly fades, but leaves good lacing. Nose is sour cherry and balsamic vinegar. Taste follows the nose. A delightful sour lambic.

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176- Vanderghinste Oud Bruin beer – Bockor Brewery

Available online at http://store.belgianshop.com/flanders-red/589-bellegems-bruin-55-14l.html

Originally called « Ouden Tripel », this ancient West Flanders Brown beer has found a new élan as a regional specialty under its current name: « Bellegems bruin ». The main ingredients of our Bellegems Bruin are malted barley, wheat, hops, water, and caramelized malts. These are used to brew a bottom-fermented beer. Blending this beer with lambic beer aged in oak for 18 months results in this specific West Flanders Brown beer. Its typical flavour is characterized by a well-balanced, hardly noticeable sourness. This first flavour impression is soon followed by a second pleasant discovery: a slight bitterness followed by a hint of sweetness.