Anosteké Blonde

Brasserie Du Pays Flamand (Beer)

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The craft Anosteké Blonde is brewed by Brasserie Du Pays Flamand with its origins in France and has an alcohol content of 8%. According to Drinks&Co users, the Anosteké Blonde deserves an evaluation of 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Anosteké Blonde

Category:Beer
Producer: Brasserie Du Pays Flamand
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 8%
Type Of Beer: Craft
Country: France

Description · Brasserie Du Pays Flamand

Anosteké Blonde

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: Anosteké Blonde has a golden yellow color, white head.
  • Smell: The aroma is malty with a slight sweetness and hints of honey. Fruity, citrus floral.
  • Taste: The flavor is light and sweet malt, fruit and citrus notes, citrus peel, floral. Herbal hop bitterness.

ABV: 8% Vol

TYPE OF BEER: Craft

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Posted on at 17.04

4/5

Anosteké Blonde

France Brasserie du Pays Flamand Attrib é é e ris by a powerful hopping conf him rant & eacute bitterness and length incomparable mouth, blond Anostek & eacute looks great!
Degree: 8 °
Origin: FranceThe
Blonde beer Anosteké result of the will of the Brasserie du Flamand countries to develop a new range of specialty beers truly rooted in brewing tradition with such a powerful hopping. Adorned with a beautiful golden color, it is topped with a thick and persistent foam. The nose reveals aromas of flowers and citrus fruits that we will then end at the tasting. On the finish, its very hoppy character gives it a powerful and lasting bitterness. Note that the blond Anosteké is the first French beer with CO2 emissions from its production and transportation are compensated (more on www. ActionCarbone. Fr). Blink of an eye to the Flemish region to which the brewery is very attached, the name Anosteké is the phonetic translation of "tot anoste keer" which means "The next time!" An expression that should make perfect sense at the end of tasting. The Brasserie BrasserieLa country Fleming was born in 2006 in the town of two childhood friends passion: Olivier Duthoit and Mathieu Lesenne. Fierce defenders of their land and its traditions, they undertake a project to create a brewery in Blaringhem, on the border of French Flanders and Artois, in the premises of a former brewery. Success was almost immediate! Raw materials of high quality from the "near area" and an undeniable expertise illustrate a rich array of beers (Bracine, Anosteké and Wilde Leeuw) and award-winning.

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Posted on at 16.02

4 /5

Recent creation of the enterprising Brasserie Pays Flamand, the Anosteké is one of the greatest achievements of this young brewery! Launched in 2010, this handcrafted lager quickly conquered the beer lovers in the Lille region thanks to its excellent olfactory and gustatory qualities. Brewed following the current trends brewing this beer is similar to IPA beer style. It is a style of beer hops which plays a predominant role because it is used in larger amounts than usual. This will give beer bitterness more pronounced, but which releases in exchange for more flowery and fruity flavors. This frees Anosteké Blonde in the glass a light golden blond body blade. It is adorned with a beautiful and thick white foam to the long persistence in the glass. Thereof escape floral and fruity aromas of the most pleasant and which evoke particular citrus. Then discover the flavors also very fruity and very flowery, this time accompanied with a powerful bitterness. It installs and persists also extremely long finish. A great beer that is admirably out from its French consurs by his good hop character. For information, Anosteké is the phonetic translation of "tot anoste keer" Flemish expression meaning "to the next". And one could not imagine a better name for this beer bottle which each end sounds like a call to the next! Special feature of this beer, is the first French Anosteké beer with CO2 emissions from its production and transportation are compensated. Also discover her little sister, brown imperial Smout Anosteké.

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