Bourgogne des Flandres occupies a very special place in the Belgian beer landscape. It is a typical example of the Flemish beer blending tradition with old and young beer being mixed judiciously to achieve a perfect balance.
Bourgogne des Flandres Pure is brewed on site in the loft and blended with lambic from Timmermans Brewery. This lambic has aged for over eight months in wooden barrels. The result is a surprising red-brown beer with a low alcohol content and a very rich finish.
The recipe for Bourgogne des Flandres was passed on to other family breweries under the watchful eye of Michel Van Houtryve. In the 1980s, it ended up in the hands of the world’s oldest lambic brewery, Timmermans Brewery, not far from Brussels, which was taken over by John Martin Brewery in the 1990s.
With Anthony Martin at the helm of the company, Bourgogne des Flandres became part of the Finest Beer Selection and its reputation was reaffirmed with the creation of a new brewery just a stone’s throw from the original Den Os Brewery.
Bourgogne des Flanders
Eduardo Guimarães Insta @cervascomedu 11 de Abril de 2022
Avaliações dos usuários
Apresentou coloração marrom avermelhada com espuma bege de baixa formação e boa persistência. No aroma temos frutas vermelhas, ameixa, figos secos, chocolate, uvas escuras, canela, Jerez, melaço, tostado, cereja, açúcar mascavo e leve baunilha. Na boca as notas permanecem, complementadas por laranja, madeira, maçã, tâmaras, suave pimenta do reino e um pouco de balsâmico. Tem corpo médio, baixa carbonatação e textura oleosa. Excelente!
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