Kasteel mixed crate (6x4) 24 x 33 cl
Kasteel (Castle) Brouwerij mixed crate of 4 bottles of 6 beer styles (incl crate) :
- 4 x Kasteel Blond
- 4 x Kasteel Donker
- 4 x Kasteel Tripel
- 4 x Kasteel Hoppy
- 4 x Kasteel Rouge
- 4 x Kasteel Cuvée du Château
Content: mixed crate (24x33cl)
Brewery: Van Honsebrouck (BierKasteel)
Tags: Mixed Crate
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Bier Kasteel Kasteel Hoppy, with a bitterness of 45 EBU, fits perfectly into the new wave of Belgian blonde beers in which hops are very much in the foreground thanks to the technique of dry hopping. Kasteel Hoppy is a thirst-quencher that sits somewhere between a traditional ‘spéciale belge’ amber beer and an extra-hopped IPA (India Pale Ale). The aromas...
Bier Kasteel Kasteel Tripel is a strong blonde beer in which both the bitterness and the fruitiness of the hops make their presence felt. The recipe has recently been changed to include a higher proportion of aroma hops. It has a subtle aroma with touches of fruit and impressions of malt, cloves and flowers. The main taste is of fruit. It is a balanced...
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Bier Kasteel Van Honsebrouck Kasteel Rouge is a blend of Kasteel Donker and cherry liquor. The mix of these two excellent products creates an exceptional soft beer with references to the dark mother beer. The cheeries get the better of the malt in the Kasteel Donker mother beer, although it contributes touches of chocolate and pepper to remind it's there.
Bier Kasteel Van Honsebrouck Kasteel Blond fits into the rich tradition of Belgian blonde beers with its predominantly fruity aroma and a beautiful balance between hops and malts in the glass. This beer makes for an excellent thirst-quencher, however, it also has enough complexity to make it a degustation beer full of character.
Kasteel Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck Cuvée du Château is comparable to that of a Kasteel Donker, reminiscent of port. This ‘premier cru classé’ was developed in the style of a quadrupel. In this type of strong, dark brown beer that veers between sweet and bitter, malt has the upper hand.