Brown beer (alc. 7.5% vol.), refermented in the bottle. Broeder Jacob® Brown is a surprisingly dry, dark beer. It has a complex taste palette where malt and hops are the principal tones without being dominating.
From what do you recognise Broeder Jacob® Brown?
Its long maturation and refermentation in the bottle .
The chocolate-malty feeling on the palate
The creamy, rich head
Its strong aftertaste with a slightly bitter tone
How do I serve Broeder Jacob® Brown?
Store the beer at cellar temperature
Do not serve colder than 10° and preferably at 15°
Always serve in the Broeder Jacob® glass. That best does justice to the rich taste palette.
Make sure you pour a nice, firm head
Broeder Jacob® Brown likes a hearty meal.
Discover which dishes Broeder Jacob® Brown gets on well with.
Available in bottles of 33 cl, robust bottles of 75 cl .
Broeder Jacob® has his own glass. That is available in two sizes too: large and small.