Beer Verhaeghe, "Duchesse de Bourgogne", 750 ml
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- Volume: 750 ml
Reviews of purchase Verhaeghe, "Duchesse de Bourgogne", 750 ml
Beer dark ruby-brown color.
Beer taste fresh, very smooth, balanced, with rich sweet and sour and tart fruity flavor (cherry, apple, grape, plum), sweet berry notes, balsamic nuances, chocolate, spices, nuts and oak.
The aroma of beer filled with fruity notes (black fruit, cherries, sweet raspberries and blackberries), hints of apple pie, yeast, candy, caramelized sugar.
Beer goes well with cheese, meat cooked on the grill.
Delightful Flemish red ale "Duchesse de Bourgogne" is a unique drink, having a rich palette of fruit shades - from sour to sweet and tart, not being a fruit beer. In beer making use roasted malt and hops with low degree of bitterness. After primary fermentation and lagering el "Duchesse de Bourgogne" is aged for 18 months in oak barrels and blended with beer eight-month exposure. It is aging in oak barrels gives the beer a fruity character. Beer is recommended to serve by the glass in the shape of the bowl, cooled to 8-12 ° C.
A small family brewery Verhaeghe in the southwest province of West Flanders was founded in 1885. Unlike most Belgian breweries of the time, who were selling their beer in the vicinity of the brewery, Verhaeghe, using the railway line to Brussels, managed to establish a significant part of the marketing of their products to the market in Brussels.
With the outbreak of World War Verhaeghe responded to the call of the government to resist the German occupation of Belgium by stopping production. The brewery was demolished and four years inactive. After the war, had to start all over again, adapted to new trends and gain market share.
Brewery Verhaege have to restore the production of beer of bottom fermentation. Currently, the brewery is famous for producing some of the world famous Flemish variants of red ale. It also produces Pilsner, hoppy ale, Cherry Creek and Christmas ale.
With the outbreak of World War Verhaeghe responded to the call of the government to resist the German occupation of Belgium by stopping production. The brewery was dismantled and dormant for four years. After the war had to start all over again - to adapt to new trends and gain market share.
Brewery Verhaege start recovery from the production of bottom fermentation beer. Currently, the brewery is famous for producing multiple versions of the world famous Flemish red ale. It also produces Pilsner, hoppy ale, Cherry Creek and Christmas ale.