Duchesse De Bourgogne. Belgium Beer

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Flanders Red Ale. 6.2% abv. Brewed using traditional methods.
This beer is a relevation. The aromas sparkle with cherries and red fruit. Since aromas constitutes the majority of what we actually taste, those fruit descriptors translate perfectly on the palate.
Make no mistake, the Duchesse De Bourgogne is complex yet refined.
It’s known as “The Burgundies of Belgium” for a reason…it has a distinct wine-like influence.
Matured in oak casks for months, the result is a beer that is rich in texture with Champagne-like finesse in the carbonation.
Nose: Red & black fruit with a hint of sour cherries.
Mouthfeel: Refreshing with bubbles that seem to evaporate on contact.
Palate: Utterly refreshing. Bright cherry fruit, zesty green apple covered in thin caramel coating and a hint of vanilla from the oak Cask that carries it all in.
Finish: Long and thoroughly satisfying with the perfect impact of a light sour note that satisfies the palate.

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