Brewed in serenity and tradition Norbertine fathers, this amber beer is a premium beer caramelized and subtly bitter. To achieve this balanced taste, two kinds of malts are used with a pale amber malt and malt which interact with two varieties of hops, a bittering agent and other aromatic. Dégustons now this lager: The complex work brewhouse and fermentation special attention lead to a balanced product gustatorily but still complex on the palate. It presents the nose aromas evoking caramelized malts and candy sugar residues. From more biscuit slight odor are also felt. In the mouth, we find flavors of caramel and biscuit accompanying slightly bitter and herbaceous flavors absent in the nose. On the finish, the Norbertine abbey is more vinous and spicy with a fine touch of anise or licorice. The beer of the Abbey of the Norbertine is eaten between 4 and 8 ° C in a glass chalice specially adapaté. Barrel with integrated tap to shoot free beer pump or printer.