Anosteké Brune Imperial Stout review

Brasserie Du Pays Flamand (Beer)

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Anosteké Brune Imperial Stout

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France Brasserie du Pays Flamand Like its big blond on the Anostekébrune Imperial Stout Brewery Flemish country is a beer of character pronounced hopping.
Origin: FranceComme
its great to blonde, the brunette Anosteké Imperial Stout is a boutique beer pronounced hopping. It has a black dress, almost opaque, it is topped with a thick, creamy foam. On the nose, roasted malts give off aromas of dark chocolate and roasted coffee before more fruity notes from emerging. On the palate, we find flavors of chocolate, anise and licorice. The finish is long and ends with a taste of it expresso.Clin the Flemish region to which the brewery is very attached, the name Anosteké is the phonetic translation of "tot anoste keer" which means "The next" ! An expression that should make perfect sense in the end dégustation.La BrasserieLa Brasserie country Fleming was born in 2006 in the town of two childhood friends passion: Olivier Duthoit and Mathieu Lesenne. Fierce defenders of their land and its traditions, they undertake a project to create a brewery in Blaringhem, on the border of French Flanders and Artois, in the premises of a former brewery. Success was almost immediate! Raw materials of high quality from the "near area" and an undeniable expertise illustrate a rich array of beers (Bracine, Anosteké and Wilde Leeuw) and award-winning.

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