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ABBAYE DES ROCS

Abbaye Des Rocs
330 ml
Abbaye Des Rocs
750 ml
Abbaye Des Rocs
Abbaye des Rocs is a pure malt beer, with no added sugar.
The entire range of tastes is directly linked to the double fermentation, the precise quantities of malts (7 types) as well as the mixtures of three kinds of hops (Belgian, German and Czech). Its color is a striking deep and majestic red. Its taste is rich and full of subtlety. It is tasted like a red wine with which it shares the ruby color without having the tannin. It develops a strong sweet smell. It confirms the initial impression in the first mouthful, with a sharp body that is balanced with a certain fruitiness. It frees itself on the palate and develops an impressive depth of taste. Some traces of burnt wood are detectable, but never scorched even if it contains this kind of malt. The foretaste is very prolonged because of its rich and unctuous development throughout the mouth. The bitter and sugar tendencies (even though there is no sugar in its composition) compete and come back together to the taster"s great satisfaction. It is a deep, mystic and extremely mature beer to be classed among the great products of our soil.
•Alcohol: 9.00%
•Served: 8-10°C
•Type: Ale, Bruin, Double, Artizanal, Abbey

Blanche Des Honnelles
330 ml
Blanche Des Honnelles
750 ml
Blanche Des Honnelles
Very smooth and dangerously drinkable. was originally very localised, and has since expanded beyond the boundries of the greater and lesser Honnelle rivers, from which it takes it"s name.
Blanche des Honnelles (1991) was originally very localised, and has since expanded beyond the boundaries of the greater and lesser Honnelle rivers, from which it takes its name. The Blanche des Honnelles has an amber colour, which deviates from traditional appearance of the Wheat beers. It is also stronger than most of White beers. It has a stimulating taste, leaving a subdued but refreshing final impression. Lots of character.
Top rated.

•Alcohol: 6.00%
•Served: 7°C
•Type: Ale, White, Artizanal, Abbey

Grand Cru
330 ml
Grand Cru
750 ml
Grand Cru
Abbaye des Rocs Grand Cru has a rich, complex fruit aroma of cherries, golden raisins, peaches, and assorted dried fruit, laced with honey and caramel. Smooth, rich flavors reminiscent of cherries dipped in caramel, finishing with notes of dried chocolate, roasted almonds, and a hint of molasses.
Brown coloured with an easy and good formation of tan head. Aroma is slightly spicy, moderate caramelish and alcoholic. Flavour has candy sugar notes, dry fruits dominating nut, spices, slightly plumbcake, moderate alcoholic. The final is moderate alcoholic maintaining the sweetness. Carbonation is medium. Body is medium to high. Texture is oily.
•Alcohol: 10.00%
•Served: 12°C
•Type: Ale, Grandcru, Abbey

Montagnarde
330 ml
Montagnarde
750 ml
Montagnarde
The inhabitants of Montignies-sur-Roc, south of Mons in the province of Hainaut, are called Montagnards.
It was therefore perfectly normal for a beer brewed in this city to be called Montagnarde. This beer, robust in taste and strength is the tops for flavour. It has a fruity and spicy bouquet, it has a stark taste, between a sharp bitterness and a caramelised flavour. It has no sugar, and this pure malt beer oscillates between various tendencies which all round off the bitterness. It has a peppery taste at the back of the mouth and a sharpness on the tongue. It is active in the mouth and lets each flavour express itself individually. It is very active in the glass which gives it a full, lasting, head. It has a long conclusion and puts emphasis on an ever present bitterness but less supported by the caramel. The final impression is one of gingerbread without sugar.
•Alcohol: 9.00%
•Type: Ale, Amber, Abbey

Triple Imperiale
330 ml
Triple Imperiale
750 ml
Triple Imperiale

Poured a reddish brown color with a creamy looking tan head. Aroma of dark fruit, caramel, yeast, alcohol, brown sugar, and candi sugar. Complex and quality. Dark fruit, sugar, sweet, caramel, yeast and fruit flavor.
•Alcohol: 10.00%
•Type: Ale, Triple, Trappist, Abbey

Blonde
330 ml
Blonde
750 ml
Blonde

The color was a golden blonde. There was nice carbonation and a lot of sediment. The head was creamy, foamy, and off-white. The aroma was yeasty, grain, alcohol, and maybe some dry hops. The flavor was a little waxy and yeasty. The palate was thin/medium bodied and smooth. The palate finish was warm.
•Alcohol: 7.50%
•Served: 8-10°C
•Type: Ale, Blond, Abbey


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