Beer brewed in memory of :
The Battle of Passchendaele (July-Nov) 1917 near the town of Ieper – West Flanders.
A top fermented, thirst quenching blond with low alcohol content. (5,2°)
A blend of Belgian Hops with a spicy aftertaste.
For the soldiers the Battle of Passchendaele was know as “The Battle of Mud” cause of the heavy artillary bombardments that created shell craters that turned into deadly mud pools and in the end no ground gained for the troops.
When opening a bottle of Passchendaele, then please hold a minute of silence to commemorate those who fell on the battlefield in Flanders Fields of 14-18.
Passchendaele beer and matching glassware from Castle-Brewery Van Honsebrouck is available in a 50 cl bottle on Belgiuminabox