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Blanche de Namur 3/4

10798
Weight: kg

Wheat : Witbier

Bronze Blanche de Namur

By Brasserie du Bocq Belgium

"Cloudy, smooth and mellow, the Blanche de Namur is a very high-quality wheatbeer. From the first sip, you will feel all its roundness and its delicacy that make it an outstanding wheatbeer.
Its qualities and the brewery’s know-how earned it the honour of being named the best wheatbeer in the world (2009)."

Description

Appearance : Blond, cloudy and milky colour (colloidal turbidity when cold): the cloudiness is created when the beer is cold but can disappear when the beer warms up or is kept in the cold for too long a time.
Aroma : Fine fruity, revealing the spices used: coriander and bitter orange.
Taste : llow beer, thirst-quenching but smooth, slightly acid flavour, powdery consistency on the tongue, not bitter.
Remark : Best when drunk between 2° and 4°C.

La Gauloise Amber 1/3

Du Bocq
10697
Weight: kg

"The Gauloise Ambrée is characterised by its fragrance. You will find a varied palette of flavours. It is very easily digestible and refreshing."

Description

Appearance : Amber coloured, bright, fine sparkle, delicate and thick head.
Aroma : A pleasant blend of the aroma of hops and a slight hint of liquorice.
Taste : A pronounced bitterness, mellow and thirst quenching.
Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C.

La Gauloise Blond 1/3

Du Bocq
10698
Weight: kg

"Its slight bitterness gives it a mildly fruity fragrance with a tinge of hops. Not too strong but full-bodied asserting its character."

Description

Appearance : Blond, bright and sparkling with a fine and creamy head.
Aroma : Deliciously fragrant thanks to its slight hint of fine hops.
Taste : Delicate, mellow flavour, perfect as an aperitif.
Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C.

La Gauloise Bruin 1/3

Du Bocq
10699
Weight: kg

"Its roasted malt gives it a caramelised taste with hints of caramel, chocolate and spices. It is characterised by its well-balanced flavour."

Description

Appearance : Brown with a dark ruby red tinge, clear, lively with a fine-bubbled, generous, white head.
Aroma : Typical, rich, somewhat estery in flavour (fermentation), hint of coriander, balanced.
Taste : Special malts, full-bodied, balanced, heady fragrance, slightly bitter after-taste.
Remark : Best when drunk between 8° and 12°C.

Deugniet 1/4

Du Bocq
513
Weight: kg

"Beer for experts"   Description

Appearance : blond, living beer with a fine and generous head.
Flair : balanced association of green apple fruit and fine hop.
Taste : light bitterness, smooth, beer with character.
Remark : tasting between 5° and 12°C

Technical information

Alcohol degree : 7,5 % vol.
Bitterness : 25 EBU
Colour : 9 EBC

Deugniet 3/4

Du Bocq
10160
Weight: kg

"Beer for experts"

Description

Appearance : blond, living beer with a fine and generous head.
Flair : balanced association of green apple fruit and fine hop.
Taste : light bitterness, smooth, beer with character.
Remark : tasting between 5° and 12°C

Technical information

Alcohol degree : 7,5 % vol.
Bitterness : 25 EBU
Colour : 9 EBC

Deugniet 1.5 l

Du Bocq
10695
Weight: kg
'Beer for experts"

Description

Appearance : blond, living beer with a fine and generous head.
Flair : balanced association of green apple fruit and fine hop.
Taste : light bitterness, smooth, beer with character.
Remark : tasting between 5° and 12°C

Technical information

Alcohol degree : 7,5 % vol.
Bitterness : 25 EBU
Colour : 9 EBC

Deugniet 3 l

Du Bocq
10696
Weight: kg
Beer for experts"

Description

Appearance : blond, living beer with a fine and generous head.
Flair : balanced association of green apple fruit and fine hop.
Taste : light bitterness, smooth, beer with character.
Remark : tasting between 5° and 12°C

Technical information

Alcohol degree : 7,5 % vol.
Bitterness : 25 EBU
Colour : 9 EBC

Waterloo Double 1/3

Du Bocq
10240
Weight: kg

The accents of caramelised, lightly roasted malts and hops blend harmoniously to yield a palette of silky sensations. It has a powerful, balanced aroma accompanied by a fruity touch.

Description :

Appearance : BlondBrown, lively, generous fine-bubbled head.
Aroma : Powerful but balanced aroma of fresh yeast and spices.
Taste : Flavour with accents of roasted malt and hops. Slightly caramelised but full-bodied with a harmonious balance.
Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C

Waterloo Triple 1/3

Du Bocq
10241
Weight: kg

"Full-bodied with character and a malty, slightly fruity, taste. It is mellow without being too bitter. Despite its high alcohol content, it is highly digestible. When served in its traditional chalice, it will give a generous head of fine bubbles."

Description :

Appearance : Blond, lively, with a fine-bubbled, generous head.
Aroma : A well-balanced marriage of fruity green apple flavours with fine hops.
Taste : A mellow, full-bodied beer with little bitterness but lots of character.
Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C

Blanche de Namur 1/4

Du Bocq
10799
Weight: kg

"Cloudy, smooth and mellow, the Blanche de Namur is a very high-quality wheatbeer. From the first sip, you will feel all its roundness and its delicacy that make it an outstanding wheatbeer.
Its qualities and the brewery’s know-how earned it the honour of being named the best wheatbeer in the world (2009)."

Description

Appearance : Blond, cloudy and milky colour (colloidal turbidity when cold): the cloudiness is created when the beer is cold but can disappear when the beer warms up or is kept in the cold for too long a time.
Aroma : Fine fruity, revealing the spices used: coriander and bitter orange.
Taste : llow beer, thirst-quenching but smooth, slightly acid flavour, powdery consistency on the tongue, not bitter.
Remark : Best when drunk between 2° and 4°C.

Triple Moine 1/3

Du Bocq
10701
Weight: kg

"Beer for experts"

Description

Appearance : blond, living beer with a fine and generous head.
Flair : balanced association of green apple fruit and fine hop.
Taste : light bitterness, smooth, beer with character.
Remark : tasting between 5° and 12°C.

Technical information

Alcohol degree : 7,3 % vol.
Bitterness : 25 EBU
Colour : 9 EBC