Brasserie Du Bocq (Beer)
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Description · Brasserie Du Bocq
- Appearance: golden blonde, somewhat pale, which is covered with a foam middle layer of white, creamy and velvety.
- Aroma: Very fruity, with clear presence of apple and citrus, maybe lemon. Hops are also evident in the smell.
- Body / Taste: Medium body, quite complex flavor where a smooth bitterness, awarded by floral hops, mixed with fruity and sweet
FERMENTATION TYPE: High.
ABV: 7.5% Vol
Brasserie Du Bocq
The Brasserie Du Bocq was founded in 1858 by Martin Belot and is still an independend Belgian brewery. Its headquarters is situated iin the heart of Condroz, a beautiful touristic region, where the brewery bets on traditional manufacturing processes. 45 employees ensure an annual production of...
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