A dark brown, creamy beer, the Brune is easily recognisable by its signature fragrance of caramel with fruity notes. Brewed under the supervision of the monks at Maredsous, top fermented in the bottle, and conditioned for two months, this is a special one.
- Dark reddish brown colour
- Creamy, white head
- Notes of caramel and malt on the nose, with sweet liquorice on the palate ending with smoke and spice
- Best served at 6-10°C
Rob Heyns' Mixed Case Tasting Notes:
July 2014 - This beer is warming and malty, and is a great way to end a cold day. The typical Belgian sweetness is present but very much in balance. For those of you who are trying this beer for the first time, it is worth noting that it is a true Abbey beer which means that it is brewed in the original monastic styles and according to the original recipes of the Abbey monks, in this case the Maredsous Abbey.
- Alcohol by volume: 8%
- Volume per bottle: 330ml