Saint Benedict (Saint-Benoit) (480-547) is the founder of the Benedictine order. This order has always maintained a commitment to manual and intellectual work within the monasteries. Over the centuries, the Benedictine Monks took advantage of the wheat, hops and barley harvests to brew rich and dense beers within their farms. The Brasserie du Bocq drew its inspiration from them to create an abbey beer in memory of Saint Benedict.
"Its very fragrant bouquet releases a pleasant sensation of aromatic hops, together with the contribution of a fruity touch. The body is marked by an intense but distinctive bitterness and by a dominant malted note expressed through the fullness of its taste."
Appearance : Beautiful straw colour, fine white head. Aroma : Fruity aroma with a slight flavour of hops. Taste : Mellow beer, slight bitterness, enjoyably smooth. Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C Packaging : 33 cl, 1.5 l, 30 litre keg Serving suggestions White meats, poultry, hard cheeses.