Beer "Brunehaut" Ambree Bio, 0.33 L
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Reviews of purchase "Brunehaut" Ambree Bio, 0.33 L
Beer amber color with copper reflections and stable light beige cap.
Beer taste is very mild, refreshing, malty, with a variety of shades, among which are different hops, citrus and other fruits, sweets, rosemary, cola, sugar powder, black pepper, nuts.
At the heart of the flavor of beer are tones of caramel malt, yeast and candy, against which develops notes of baked apple, ripe fruit, molasses and spices.
Beer goes well with cheese, a dish of beef, poultry and fish.
The plant produces a line of organic Bruno beer "Brunehaut", consisting of three types - amber, white and bright. Beer is made from their own, environmentally friendly raw materials: barley and wheat. Beer has a special certificate confirming the presence of less than 5 ppm of gluten in the composition.
El "Brunehaut" Ambree Bio has a beautiful amber color which varies from light amber to copper, caramel flavor with nuances of fruit and spice and soft multi-faceted taste.
Brunehaut Brewery was founded in 1096. In those terrible days when the plague was raging, the beer was known as a safe alternative to impure water and famine. To improve the health of the population, the Benedictine bishop Radbod gave permission to build a brewery in the Abbey de Saint Martin. The brewery flourished until 1793, when, during the French Revolution and the Church, and the brewery were destroyed. Survived only a small part of the Romanesque and Gothic monastery of XIII century crypt. Also were taken and hidden many important documents of the abbey, including "secret" recipes brewing. In 1890, the production of beer recipes on these important was resumed at the brewery Bruenhaut.
In the next hundred years Brunehaut released more than 40 different beers. In 1990, due to increased productivity doubled, two kilometers from the old factory new building was built brewery.
Beer brand "Abbaye de St. Martin" is one of the 18 Belgian beers, with the official status of "Certified Abbey Belgian beer." Besides abbey beer, the brewery produced organic beer gluten-free, having a special certification.