Beer Dubuisson, "Peche Mel Bush", 0.33 L
Reviews of purchase Dubuisson, "Peche Mel Bush", 0.33 L
Beer hazy golden-amber color with a hint of apricot.
Taste of beer a well balanced, creamy, fresh, sweet but not cloying, with a silk texture, tones of peach and malt notes of stone fruit and sweet white grapes, pleasant tartness.
The aroma of beer felt notes of peach juice, stone fruit, slightly bitter citrus, and some weak nuances of malt.
Beer well as a digestif or aperitif, goes well with salads and snacks.
Prototype fruit beer "Peche Mel Bush" became established many years ago by students cocktail, which they did by mixing equal parts of beer "Bush Amber" and peach Geza. Brewery Dubuisson Brasserie has developed its peach beer in 2009, it is brewed with the same rigor as the other, not a fruit beer "Bush". In the original recipe of beer "Pech Mel Bush" is a natural extract of peach, which complements the original bitterness laid the basis for a beer "Bush Amber" . The result is rounded and perfectly balanced beer fortress of 8.5%, which is without doubt the strongest fruit beer.
Dubuisson is the oldest brewery in Wallonia. It was created in 1769 by Joseph Leroy, the maternal line ancestor of the present owner Hugo Dyubyuissona. Eight generations of brewers family succeeded each other, not only changed the family brewery belonging Dyubyuisson and its location. For many years the brewery has gone through many upheavals Dyubyuisson: she suffered from the invasion of Napoleon's troops in the early XIX century by German troops in 1914 and 1940. But every time the family Dyubyuisson proudly rose and walked forward, selflessly restoring economy. In 1933, Alfred Dyubyuisson grandfather Hugo decided to create a Belgian beer in the English style, very fashionable at the time. He called his beer "Bush Beer." The recipe of this beer has remained unchanged for 75 years and is one of the oldest brands of Belgian beer, for which there is still a large demand.
Brewery Dyubyuisson until today remains true to its principles and values unchanged: to be independent brewery; produce natural beer without any artificial additives; phase-out of the so-called "Private Label Beer" (beer one recipe, which is sold under various brand names); complete personal control over the brewing process.