Archives par étiquette : hop

De Ranke Vieille Provision 7.5°

From De Ranke brewery.

Vieille Provision is a preservation beer, made from a selection of the best barrels of aged beer in our brewery. The beer is the base for Cuvée De Ranke and Kriek De Ranke and has aged at least one year on oak barrels.
Golden yellow colour. Very thin white head which disappears quickly. Aroma had wood, fruitiness, tartness and vanilla. Palate was medium bodied with medium carbonation. Flavours were sourness, fruitiness, tartness, wood and bitterness. Aftertaste was sour, woody and bitter. A delicious sour brew with wood notes.
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De Ranke Vieille Provision 7.5°

Kompel Ondergronds 6°

From Kompel brewery.

Underground’ immediately raises the image of the miner with a low dust around the face, hard work in the vast underground corridors. The roasted malt largely determines the color, aroma and taste of this beer. The beer is black as a coal in the glass and has a cream-colored foam collar. Kompel Ondergronds referments in the bottle, which makes the beer better protected and develops a more complex character.
 
Clear red brown beer, creamy irregular beige head, unstable, non adhesive. Aroma: sweet, dried fruits, banana, sugary, caramel. MF: ok carbon, medium body. Taste: fruity start, raisins, some red fruits, bit sweet, red liquorice, overripe fruits, somewhat bitter. Aftertaste: smoky touch, little roasted, hoppy touch, bit cheesy, sweet, yeast, some caramel.
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Kompel Ondergronds 6°

Bersalis Sourblend 6°

From Oud Beersel Brewery

 To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the revival of the Oud Beersel Brewery, the brewmaster has an idea. He transposed his blending skills on blending “Ale” with “Lambic” to create Bersalis Sourblend.
The Bersalis  Sourbland is a beer that will conquer the hearts of people that yet need to fall in love with the traditional Lambic beers.
Bersalis Sourblend is a refreshing sour blonde ale with the malty character of a Belgian blonde ale. And the complex aromas of traditional Lambic.
The lactic fermentation of the Lambic adds a gently sour touch to the beer, making the beer very refreshing while still having the main body of a top fermented beer. The Brettanomyces originating from the Lambic contribute further to the profoundness of this mixed fermented sour ale.

Bersalis Sourblend 6°

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Bersalis Sourblend

Liefmans Yell’oh On The Rocks 3.8°

Yell’oh on the rocks is the next big thing! A refreshing apero beer that’s a little out of the box but full to the brim with extra fruity bite.
Prepare to be dazzled by its exotic mix of lime, apple, elderflower, basil and pineapple.
And for truly irresistible refreshment? Try serving it on the rocks! In its own stylish but playful Liefmans glass of course, where this sparkling apero beer really comes into its own.
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Liefmans Yell’oh On The Rocks 3.8°

Hedonis Suzanne 5°

This beer is a clear pale yellowish beer, small creamy off-white head, pretty stable. Aroma has citrus, crisp malts, grapefruit hops, wheat. Medium carbonation, fine dry and quite creamy mouthfeel. Flavour has nice crisp malts, light fresh hops, mild pepper, citrus, grapefruit. Quite fresh. Nice elegant beer.
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Hedonis Suzanne 5°

Dunekeun Blond 6.2°

Clear yellow golden color, small to average sized white head that leaves fair lacing. Smell is bit bitter ( spicy side ) , some sweetness . Some yeast character . ice taste at first, fresh and refreshing with apricot, some peach, orange, a touch of sourness and a kind of off-putting metalic finish that thankfully doesn’t last for long. Nice bitterness on the aftertaste.
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Dunekeun Blond 6.2°

Anglium Extra Hop 6.5°

From Anders brewery.

Anglium extra hop is a hoppy blond Belgian specialty beer with a fresh and soft taste, that undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle. As the name suggests, this beer has a pleasant, fruity aroma and a spicy and strong hop character. To optain the flavors and aromas better to their full potential, as a filter centrifuge method is applied. This may result in slightly more sediment and yeast hop parts at the bottom of the bottle. Alcohol content: 6,5% Anglium Extra Hop and Anglium Parfiat his unique concoctions, inspired by old Belgian recipes. On the point made in an artisanal brewery locally, both are produced in a professional Belgian brewery commissioned Anglium Ltd.
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Anglium Extra Hop 6.5°