Gulden Draak 1.5L


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Technical sheet

Producer: Brouwerij Van Steenberge
Volume: 150cl
Alcohol Vol.: 10.5%
Type Of Beer: Ale
Country: Belgium
The Gulden Draak 1.5L (£18.45) is a/an ale produced by Brouwerij Van Steenberge from Belgium and shows an alcoholic strength of 10.5%. A beer rated with 4 of 5 points according to Drinks&Co's users.

Description of Gulden Draak 1.5L

Gulden Draak 1.5L


  • Color: Gulden Draak 1.5L is colored dark reddish
  • Nose: presents a range of wild flavors
  • Mouth: easy to drink thanks to its softness . His second fermentation deep flavor evolves over the years

PRODUCER : Brasserie Van Steenberge

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Reviews of Gulden Draak 1.5L


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4 /5

Vista Gulden Draak is a strong dark ale and dense, fermented twice
White bottle protected from light
Caramel-colored foam
Wild Nose Aromas, which dominate the roasting of malt
Boca spicy notes at first, good balance between sweetness and roasted flavor
Alcohol well integrated
Rich in the mouth with hints of chocolate, caramel and alcohol, bitter aftertaste and long.
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4 /5

GULDEN DRAAK 1. 5L. Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.
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4 /5

Special Belgian beer, dark, reddish color, creamy head, which has a range of wild aromas. Gulden Draak is the easily recognizable because of its white bottle that keeps a dark, dense and very strong liquid beer. While this is an easy drinking beer with its softness. His white container helps protect the treasure from the effects of light, which allows you to maintain their characteristics for many years. His second fermentation deep flavor evolves throughout the years. In Nordic traditions are dragons who protect the treasures and belfort were in medieval times in Flanders places where the treasures were kept and privileges. No wonder that at the top of the tower of the town hall of Ghent can find a golden dragon, a symbol of the privileges obtained during medieval times. Legend has it that the Norwegian king Sigrid Magnusson gave this exotic sculpture the emperor of Constantinople during the crusade of 1111. A century later, flamenco Baudouin XI became emperor of Constantinople and moved the figure to its place of origin. In 1382 the people of Bruges and Ghent fought a battle to seize the statue. We place that is now can get an idea of ​​who won the war.
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