The brewers decided to take a different approach with Rebelse Strop. In particular, they opted for a fairly unusual and stubborn yeast variety: Brett. This obstinate variety causes the beer to continue developing over the course of time. Along with dry hopping, where the hops are added in the fermentation phase, this feature gives the beer a splendid aroma and a fantastic taste.
Tasting Nose/aromas: Earthy aromas merge into a light fruity smell. Flavour: The unruly Brett yeast causes the taste of the beer to keep developing long after bottling. Rebelse Strop that is rather young gets a more complex flavour: fruity, hopbitter and with a subtle acidity. In time, Rebelse Strop gets a slightly softer, rounder flavour.
Pours a clear pale with big, fluffy white head that lingers. As if to accentuate the looks, a lemony smell, some pale malts presence. Aroma vontains hay, resin, lemon, grape, raisin, appleand spices like pepper. Flavor starts off light acidic, to go to sweet and to finish in light bitterness. Drinks pretty decent.