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Saint Benoit Blonde


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Technical sheet

Producer: Brasserie Du Bocq
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 6%
Type Of Beer: Special
Country: Belgium
The Saint Benoit Blonde is a/an special produced by Brasserie Du Bocq from Belgium and has an alcohol content of 6%. At Drinks&Co, users evaluate the Saint Benoit Blonde with an average score of 4 points out of 5.

Elaboration of Saint Benoit Blonde

Saint Benoit Blonde


  • Color: Saint Benoit Blonde has a golden color.
  • Smell: sweet malt aroma mixed with baked pasty issues notes.
  • Taste: Medium body with a reasonably high degree of carbonation. The taste is very dry, with malt flavor.

ABV: 6.3% Vol


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The Brand

Brasserie Du Bocq

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.

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Reviews of Saint Benoit Blonde


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4 /5

Belgium Bocq brewery blond Belgian beer r & eacute serv & eacute e lovers of sweet beers full of flavors.
Origin: brasserie
 Bocq - Belgium Appearance: straw-blond, white foam and fine Nose: ar & # 244 & # 233 my fruit s, coriander, hops Taste: mellow, l & # 233 g & # 232 re bitterness final
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4 /5

The Saint Benoit Blonde is a Belgian lager which is located in the style of beer called Abbey. Soft and balanced, this is a beer that is ideal for lovers of sweet beers but full of flavor. Brewed by Brasserie Du Bocq, it develops in the glass body to yellow straw that is covered with a thin layer of white foam. Since the glass, it delivers the nose of fruity and spicy aromas reminiscent of coriander and citrus. We discover in a soft mouth and oriented towards beer from malted flavors. A slight bitterness is evident in the finish, without distorting the sweetness of the beer. Notes: It is advisable to taste this beer in his glass St Benoit and at a temperature of between 5 ° and 12 ° C. This beer perfect with white meat, poultry, and hard cheeses. Brewery: Brasserie Du Bocq is a Belgian family brewery that is active since 1858. Today it employs a person quarantine and brews about 66 000 hectoliters per year.
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