Val-Dieu Brown alc. 8% Vol. 33cl
This beer is coloured and its aroma is more pronounced, with a coffee/ mocha taste. The mocha taste will disappear progressively to give way to a taste of roasted malt that is neither too neutral nor too strong. It is slightly spicy, reminding that it is firstly a beer for savouring. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.
Origin: Brewing tradition of the Cistercian Abbey Notre-Dame du Val-Dieu dating back to 1216
Type: Abbey beer of high fermentation slightly filtered but undergoing a new fermentation in the bottle.
Aroma: Powerful coffee / mocha.
Volume of alcohol: 8%
Color: Unlike its qualification it is rather dark ruby color.
Taste: If its aroma evokes coffee / mocha, to taste, the mocha disappears to leave only a flavor of light coffee releasing almost no bitterness. Spicy similar to the blonde.
Foam: Brownish and cut on its edges.
Glass: Large and round chalice glass.
Packaging: Bottle of 33cl.