Corsendonk Agnus

Brasserie Du Bocq (Beer)

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The abbey Corsendonk Agnus ($2.01) is produced by Brasserie Du Bocq native of Belgium with cool fermenting and has an alcoholic strength of 7%. Drinks&Co users rate this beer with 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Corsendonk Agnus

Producer: Brasserie Du Bocq
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 7%
Fermentation: Cool Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Abbey
Country: Belgium

Description · Brasserie Du Bocq

Corsendonk Agnus


  • 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



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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Maitre Georges

Posted on at 13.18


Corsendonk Agnus

The Corsendonk Agnus is brewed with pale malt hence its blond color. This is a high fermentation beer, blond and bubbly, re-fermented in the bottle. It is a living beer with a spicy bouquet beading and a rear hop flavor. Highly recommended by the Workshop! BELGIAN BEER BLONDE VERY SPICY!

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Posted on at 11.06

4 /5

Corsendonk Agnus Tripel is a blonde that has a long history. The recipe is slightly modified in all years but the good taste is preserved.
La Boutique Du Comptoir

Posted on at 17.04

4 /5

Belgium Brasserie du Bocq The Corsendonk Agnus is a lager with a golden robe & eacute e and persistent foam.
Capacity: 33cl
Origin: Belgium
Corsendonk is located near the city of Turnhout in the province of Antwerp. There is the Priory of Corsendonk, a field that belonged to Maria, daughter of the Duke of Brabant in the 14th century. She puts her property to the Augustinian monks and during the following centuries, the area attractions include a large library and a brewery. In the 1980s, the Corsendonk abbey beer is created by Jef Keersmaekers. Beers Corsendonk have no labels but a pretty silk screen adorns the bottles. They can be distinguished by their different beers "ring" around their neck. The Corsendonk Agnus is a lager with a golden color and a persistent mousse. The nose is dominated by the scent of hops and a slight spicy note. The palate reveals rather sweet and fruity notes to conclude on a nice spicy and prolonged bitterness.
La Botiga Del Vi

Posted on at 05.13

4 /5

Cerveza Corsendonk Agnus

Lager, golden color, slightly pale, white foam persistent crown. Very aromatic, highlighting the smells of malt and pear, apple and citrus. It presents notes of yeast and spices, as is usual in the abbey beers and a subtle floral accents.

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