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De Koninck « Lost in Spice » 5.2°

De Koninck « Lost in Spice » 5.2°

 
 
They love experimenting at the City Brewery! With multiple, sometimes slightly eccentric test brews as a result! Beers that are normally brewed only once and available for a limited time only. But Lost in Spice, the fourth test brew, just seemed to hit the nail on the head. And because it quickly earned such a loyal following, the brewery decided to make it a permanent fixture alongside the Bolleke, Triple d’Anvers and Wild Jo.
How did it all begin? The Master Brewer, Sven was completely Lost in Spice when instead of hops, he loaded our hop gun with spices. At which point dry hopping made way for “dry spicing” with ginger and cardamom. In addition, orange peel, coriander and lemon were also added to the mash tun, resulting in a refreshing, pithy blond beer of 5.2% alcohol with fruity notes of citrus and a spicy aftertaste. Lost in Spice lets you taste the sun all year round!
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De Koninck Wild Jo 5.8°

De Koninck Wild Jo 5.8°
 
 
Bright golden yellow colour on the body, only a bit cloudy, with a small white head on top, with good density and average retention. Pretty weak aroma of pink grapefruit, wet leather, minerals, unripe plum, grass, hint of caramel, green apple, jute and white pepper. Crisp fruity taste but a bit subdued, light on the tongue with medium carbo, smooth, apple peel and peach accents, grainy, bit sourish but very softly so, leathery Brett touch in the finish but gentle, dryish finish, bit yeasty with some grassy hop bitterishness. Would be interesting to cellar for a year and see how it develops.
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197- Triple D’Anvers beer- De Koninck Brewery

Available online at http://store.belgianshop.com/special-beers/689-triple-d-anvers-8-13l.html

Big foamy white head over a clear golden body. Heavy carbonation. Dough, peach, cheese, basement. Taste is more towards a sour-sweet balance then most other tripels. Nice mouthfeel, long alcoholic aftertaste, although it looses its aroma. Decent tripel, tasty and with character.

Our Week’s Promotion 20-2014

Triple d’Anvers 8°.

A top-fermented beer, with a blonde to light amber colour.

Big foamy white head over a clear golden body. Heavy carbonation. Dough, peach, cheese, basement. Taste is more towards a sour-sweet balance then most other tripels. Nice mouthfeel, long alcoholic aftertaste, although it looses its aroma. Decent tripel, tasty and with character.

Triple d’Anvers is the brewery’s homage to its native Antwerp. 

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