Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl
Bosteels Brewery (Beer)
Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl - maybe the world's most famous 'champagne-beer'. It's a drink that finds lots of recognition, especially in the gastronomic world due to its long process of maturing and aging. A revolution for your taste buds which offers you the secret of Belgium's century old art of brewing with the following refinement taking place in France. A strong beer with Belgian roots that received an evaluation of 5 stars at Uvinum! Don't forget to serve this Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl in ice buckets at your next part and hand it out to your guests in champagne glasses. After that, you'll have to interpret their mimics because your guests won't only be surprised by your choice of glass but also from this exclusive beer made by Deus.
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Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl
- Appearance: Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl is pale straw gold in colour. It has a prodigious collar when poured, which is a sign of good things to come.
- Aroma: Mouthwatering notes of cake spices, citrus, malt, mint, orchard fruits, and thyme accompany an overall subtle flowery quality.
- Body/ Flavour: Medium-bodied, complex, delicate, and effervescent, with tiny and lively bubbles. The sweetness of grapes and flowers, pleasing bitterness of herbs, and tartness of fresh apples glide smoothly on the palate, into a dry and tingling finish.
BREWERY: Bosteels Brewery (Brouwerij Bosteels) was family-founded in Buggenhout, Belgium in 1791, and remains there today. The seventh generation passed ownership to ABinBev in 2016.
FERMENTATION TYPE: Champagne. Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl begins its life through traditional beer-making processes in Belgium, involving fermented barley. It is then transported across the border to the Champagne region of France, where it benefits from a second fermentation, employing a similar process to that for Champagne itself. After bottling, Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl is cellar-aged for 9 months at 12°C, during which the bottles are rotated and tilted in the Champagne-style, prior to final filtering and corkage. To enjoy it at its best, Deus Brut Des Flandres 75cl should be served at 0-4°C.
BEER TYPE: Blonde.
Located Buggenhout Belgium, Bosteels Brewery was founded in 1791 by Evarist Bosteels. This is a family business that has existed for over 200 years and seven generations. Three beers are brewed in Bosteels: The Deus (11.5%) The Kwak (8.1%) The Tripel Karmeliet (8.4%). These are three Belgian...
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Posted on 28/07/17 at 10.59
- A magnificent symbiosis of brewing a beer and creating a sparkling wine. Ideal for delighting your guests sometime as an unusual choice with before-dinner nibbles and amuse-geules. Perfect if you have something to celebrate.
- Truly the sparkling divine drink based on barley. The result of a months-long manufacturing process in which the best of two methods is combined. In Belgium the master brewer ferments the beer. After that the DeuS to be travels to France where it is transformed into a sparkling divine drink using a centuries old technique.
- The elegant contours of the bottle are advance proof of the delightful subtlety of Deus. In a flute glass you will discover a light blonde to pale golden beer, brightly scintillating, saturated and with extremely tiny bubbles.
- Deus is crowned by a fine linen white, meringue-like head. A fascinating complexity. It develops the fragrance of fresh apples backed by mint, thyme, citrus, ginger, malt, pears, hops, allspice and cloves. Deus is delicate and complex.
- It glides over the tongue as smoothly as silk and then blossoms into a creamy, tingling sparkle. Deus is light and vivacious and seduces you with the sweetness of a grape and the fruitiness of a desert apple.
- The finish is beautifully dry with a bare hint of tannin.
- "It's stunning - I've never had anything like it." Garrett Oliver, Brewmaster and International Beer Expert
- "Other great beers might approach but not quite match the delicacy of Deus." Michael Jackson, Reknowned Beer Author