Kasteelbier Bruin

Van Honsebrouck (Beer)

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The Kasteelbier Bruin is a/an brown ale brewed by Van Honsebrouck from Belgium made with warm fermenting and has an alcoholic strength of 11%. A beer rated with 4 of 5 points according to Drinks&Co's users.

Technical sheet · Kasteelbier Bruin

Category:Beer
Producer: Van Honsebrouck
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 11%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Brown Ale
Country: Belgium

Description · Van Honsebrouck

Kasteelbier Bruin

TASTING NOTES:

  • Appearance: Kasteelbier Bruin has a dark brown, almost black (tail) with a good head of foam.
  • Aroma: The aromas are of black chocolate (intense, extract almost), evidence of coffee beans and vanilla cream. Great scent reveals some barley wine. Robust, slightly sweet, very well balanced.
  • Body / Taste: The taste starts slightly acid, but becomes a very robust sweetness. Cocoa mostly dark. Creamy flavor that permeates.

TYPE OF BEER: Brown Ale

ABV: 11%

Van Honsebrouck

The family Van Honsebrouck has been brewing beer in Ingelmunster in Belgium since the early 19th century. In 1986, the town castle was purchased by the family. For this occasion, the Kasteel (Castle in Dutch) beer was produced and launched. The beers from the Van Honsebrouck family are certified...

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Posted on at 10.00

4/5

Kasteelbier Bruin

The West Flanders is one of the most active areas of Belgium in the production of brewing; in the pleasant town of Ingelmunster is a luxury eighteenth century villa, called by the locals "castle" "kasteel" in Flemish.
The cellars of the villa host this true marvel, with its light version, the...
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Posted on at 05.52

3.5 /5

Very good

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