Abbaye de Forest review

Brasserie de Silly (Beer)

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Abbaye de Forest

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  • 4 /5
The Abbaye de Forest tickles the taste buds with fruity impressions of raisins that culminate in a pleasantly zesty, subtly bitter finish. It's a blonde abbey-style beer characterised by a touch of hops, a good balance of sweet and bitter flavours and a rather pronounced character.
The name of the beer refers to the Benedictine Abbaye de Forest that existed from 1106 until 1764, when the abbey was destroyed by a fire. Also, there is a cheese maker from Thoricourt (a small town near to the brewery), who produces a 'beer cheese' using Silly's very-own Abbaye de Forest.
Bronze Medal: Australian International Beer Awards 2009 (Abbey Style, Double and Triple category)

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