The Kapittel blond beerJust as abbeys try to strengthen their communities by attracting new young monks, brewery Van Eecke introduced this blond Kapittel to answer the big demand for paler beers.
This 2010 Gold medal awarded blond Abbey-beer has a surprising smooth finish is easy to drink with its 6.5 % alcohol volume.
Although some may call this beer a “strong Belgian blond”, you’ll discover a lightly sour-sweet yeasty fruit on a par with mildly sweet pale malts and a refreshing flow of really fragrant, springy flower blossoms, orangey-citric fruity hops with a mildly mineral, chewy bitterness.
The finishing undertone is a tad zesty or slightly tangy to render a intriguing contrast with the smooth flowery aftertaste, light on the carbonation, just sufficient to render a refreshing palate, against a medium body and moderate flavor profile.
Alcohol Vol.: 6,5%
Hops: 3 varieties
Degrees Plato: 14°
Serving temperature: 6°C
Malt: 2 varieties
Fermentation: Top fermentation + re-fermented in the bottle. The proof of this craftsmanship is visible by a fermentation layer at the bottom of the bottle.
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