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Flemish Red Ale
6%
Brewery Verhaeghe - from Belgium

Duchesse De Bourgogne



Duchesse De Bourgogne from Brouwerij Verhaeghe is the traditional Flemish red ale. This refreshing ale is matured in oak casks; smooth with a rich texture and interplay of passion fruit, and chocolate, and a long, dry and acidic finish. After the first and secondary fermentation, the beer goes for maturation into the oak barrels for 18 months. The final product is a blend of younger 8 months old beer with 18 months old beer. The average age of the Duchesse de Bourgogne before being bottled is 12 months.



Price CategorySpecialty, Import

Beer StyleFlemish Red Ale

Alcohol By Vol.6%

CharacteristicsSweet, fruity ale with a pleasant sour finish



UPC CODES


1 x 11.2 fl. oz.699176-203317 123ABC

12 x 25.4 fl. oz.699176-207513 123ABC

6 x 4 x 11.2 fl. oz.699176-203348 123ABC

1 x 6L699176-583754 123ABC

5.2 gal. kegNo UPC code

1 x 11.2 fl. oz. cans699176-583921 123ABC

6 x 4 x 11.2 fl. oz. cans699176-583938 123ABC



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