Dark ruby red – red as wine. The style is also called the Burgundy of Flanders, and is a very typical and common beer in West Flanders
Created by a secret blend of the aged and sour ‘mother beer’ with fresh brewed sweeter beer, this beer produces a sour-sweet balance, set off by the underlying bitterness of the hops. Light in alcohol, exciting complex flavors and tastes come to the forefront. The best in its style!
Although serving cold is recommended, taking time to drink it will release more aromas towards the end of your glass. It is an excellent beer to marinate fish or meat in it. Richer meat dishes, or heavy pasta dishes where the light sourness of the beer is looked for to offset the sweetness of the sauce.