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  • Kasteel Hoppy

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    • 4 /5
    With a bitterness level of 45 EBU, the Kasteel Hoppy is in the new generation of Belgian lagers which reserve the first role hops, whose flavor is enhanced by the technique of 'dry hopping'
    The Kasteel Hoppy is an easy-drinking beer, hesitating between a special Belgian traditional amber and IPA...
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  • Kasteel Hoppy

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    • 4 /5
    On the IBU of 45, the Hoppy is part of the new generation of Belgian ales that provide the star hop. Easy to drink, it is between a "Special Belgian" traditional amber and highly hopped IPA. Thus, the nose the aromas are strongly dominated by hops and spices. On the palate, the beer is...
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  • Kasteel Hoppy

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    • 4 /5
    Kasteelbier Hoppy is the latest variant of the famous Kasteelbier. As the name suggests there is a bitter taste this beer from the intensive use of hops. Hop in Kasteel Hoppy
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  • Kasteel Hoppy

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    • 4 /5
    Featuring about 40 IBU, this Kasteel Hoppy is the last beer proposed by the Belgian brewery Van Honsebrouck. Moderately alcoholic since posting 6, 5%, the latter especially has the distinction of being powerfully hoppy! On tasting, the Belgian beer comes in a light blond color, dominated by a...
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