by Vliegende Paard Brouwers

This is our third beer from the Prearis range, the brewer who was awarded ‘Best Hobby Brewer’ in 2011, and then voted Ratebeer’s ‘Best New Belgian Brewer 2013’.

It pours a hazy blond colour, with a thick, creamy head.  The aroma is of typical Belgian yeast, bready malts and herbal, grassy hops.

There is an initial sweetness of tropical fruits and a little caramel malt.  The hops join in quickly to lift the palette with a fresh grassy and slightly earthy flavour.  As the flavour progresses, the beer dries out to leave a pleasant, ever so slightly sour, bitter finish.

More awards: they keep coming for the little microbrewery, seeing their Quadrocinno voted third best beer at the 2014 Zythos festival.  It is a 10% Belgian-style quad, with chocolate and coffee!

 

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Country
Belgium
Alcohol
6.0%
Style
Blond
Size
330ml

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