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Blanche De Namur

Blanche De Namur
    Brewery:Brasserie Du Bocq
    Alcohol:4.5%

Brasserie Du Bocq has been a family-owned Belgian brewery for more than 150 years and brews a wide range of Belgian-style beers including the well known "La Gauloise", "St Benoit" and "Saison Regal" brands.

Blanche de Namur is a classic top fermented wheat beer, brewed with wheat, hops and yeast that produces that traditional cloudy appearance. Also added to this brew is orange peel, to give it a citric bitterness, and coriander for that added spicey bite. The overall effect is a very refeshing thirst quenching beer, ideal for those summer days watching sport, or even at the beach. It's a super beer with food especially poultry, cheeses or seafood, as well as most Asian food. Interestingly Du Bocq recommend this beer be tasted at much colder temperatures (2 - 4oC) than most other beers of this style.

Pours a classic, hazy lemon-honey colour under a small short lasting, white head, and offers a medium intensity, fresh citrus, coriander and grainy aroma. The beer has a medium-light body, with a flavour profile that offers a light, floral-citrus start, a dry, malty grain and spicy mid-palate, and sweet, fruity finish. If you like your Wit's, you'll definitely enjoy this refreshing drop.


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