Maredsous 8 Brune

Duvel (Beer)

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The Maredsous 8 Brune ($2.24) is a/an abbey brewed by Duvel from Belgium made with warm fermenting and presents an alcohol content of 8%. A beer rated with 4 of 5 points according to Drinks&Co's users.

Technical sheet · Maredsous 8 Brune

Category:Beer
Producer: Duvel
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 8%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Abbey
Country: Belgium

Description · Duvel

Maredsous 8 Brune

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: Maredsous 8 Brune is amber with a small head of light brown color, which disappears quickly.
  • Smell: Strong aroma of black fruits, red fruits, liquor and alcohol.
  • Taste: Bitter taste and mild flavor with coffee and caramel note. Medium to full body, oily texture, soft carbonation and pleasant alcohol warmth at the end.

ABV: 8% Vol

TYPE OF BEER: Stout

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Highlighted review about Maredsous 8 Brune

Posted on at 17.04

4/5

Maredsous 8 Brune

Belgium Duvel Moortgat brown Belgian beer marketed é e by the brewery Duvel Moortgat with a foam cr & eacute Meuse and tenacious.
Capacity: 33cl
Degree: 8 °
Origin: Belgium
The Moortgat brewery was founded in 1871 by Jan-Leonard Moortgat. After World War I, the Moortgat named their beer Victory Ale ( "the victory of the beer") to commemorate the end of the war. But during the 1920s, beer was nicknamed nen echten duvel ( "a real devil") and beer was eventually renamed "Duvel". She became the featured beer of the brewery. Today, it brews and markets Duvel beer, the luxury Pilsner Bel Pils (launched in 1930), Vedett (created in 1945 by Albert Moortgat, Jan's son) and beers of Maredsous Abbey (since 1963). This Belgian beer, which has a brown color with red reflections, is topped with a creamy and slightly tenacious colored foam. His nose is dominated by barley and roasted scents. In the mouth, this rather round abbey beer reveals strong flavors of roasting and concludes with an almond note.

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Posted on at 22.24

4 /5

TASTING NOTES:
- Appearance: Amber, warm copper.
- Aroma: Fan exquisite aromas, fragrance of flowers and ripe fruit.
- Body / Taste: Quite sweet, later giving trends of coffee and chocolate.
 
FERMENTATION TYPE: High.
ABV: 8% Vol

Posted on at 05.04

3 /5

I found it tasty

Posted on at 05.16

4 /5

Maredsous Brune

Originally this beer as a Christmas beer brewed at the abbey beer was so popular that it inmiddelste has become a permanent fixture. Maredsous Brown 8 has a beautiful deep red color e

Posted on at 16.02

4 /5

Maredsous Brune 8

Brown Maredsous is an abbey beer was originally brewed just for Christmas but became over time, an essential value! Dark maroon, this frothy beer is recognizable by its flavors, caramel mixture and fruity notes! His great citrus taste takes away the heavy side of the traditional dark beer. As Maredsous triple, this beer contains yeast thus it is fermented directly in the bottle. Ideally, in the associated sample the Maredsous glass!

Posted on at 17.11

4 /5

Maredsous 8

Style: Abbey. Taste: The first mouthfeel is sweet after giving way to a hint of coffee and chocolate. Balanced finish. Color: Dark Coppery

Posted on at 05.36

4 /5

Maredsous 8 24

Abbey, high fermentation, with second fermentation in the bottle. Amber, warm copper. Range of exquisite aromas, fragrance of flowers and ripe fruit. The Maredsous 8 starts with a very sweet taste, later giving trends of coffee and chocolate, finishing in a balanced way. Its unique glass brings an extra dimension to the pleasure of tasting this beer. Maturing in the cellars extending for two months. The Maredsous 8 pairs well with grilled vegetables (calsots), small game meat, lamb stew or baked and semi cured or creamy cheeses.

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