The base of this beer is a Brown Ale, aged for 10 months in oak barrels, in which it fermented for a second time with Brettanomyces yeasts. It is inspired by the English beers of the past. Its body is dark copper with ruby reflections. Its nose develops flavours of red fruits (alcohol preserved cherries) and notes of malt (biscuit, brown candied sugar, caramel, and roasted hazelnuts). It is lightly bitter and slightly sour, with wine accents.

Bottle / Brasserie De La Senne Narrenvat / 750ml

£7.00Price

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