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  • Biere Du Corsaire

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES OF Du Corsaire:
    - Appearance: pale lager, white big head
    - Aroma: sweet nose, slightly tart apple and hints of wet hay
    - Body / Taste: The taste is bitter grainy notes with hints of apple liqueur with a metallic rim, sour apple

    BREWERY: Brouwerij Huyghe
    COUNTRY: Belgium
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  • Du Corsaire

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    • 4 /5
    Belgium Huyghe Brewery Belgian blond beer with a slightly orange dress and fine bul Regular.
    Capacity: 33cl
    Origin: Belgium
     In 1902, Leon went to instal Huyghe in Melle Ler Ler to work in the brewery locAl. He worked four years to buy the company. it was called at that time Malthouse Brewery-den...
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  • Biere Du Corsaire

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Color: Corsaire has a bright golden color.
    - Smell: Aroma of malt, spicy and malty notes.
    - Taste: Light citrus and peppery flavor. Herbaceous notes. Average carbonation.

    ABV: 5% Vol.
    TYPE OF BEER: Lager
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  • Biere Du Corsaire

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    • 4 /5
    Bière du Corsaire is a strong lager with an alcohol content of 9% 4 brewed within the walls of Brouwerij Huyghe. In the flavor you taste hints of caramel and a slightly bitter after
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  • Biere Du Corsaire

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    • 4 /5
    Bière du Corsaire is a strong blonde beer with an alcohol content of 9 4% which is brewed within the walls of Brouwerij Huyghe. In the flavor you taste hints of caramel and a slightly bitter after
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  • Corsaire is perfect for sharing

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    • 4 /5
  • Corsaire

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    • 4 /5
    The Corsaire beer produced by the brewery Guadeloupe Brasserie Corsaire. Fresh and light, it belongs to the blonde beers rather pale and unobtrusive appearance. However, this does not prevent him from being suprenante palate because it is dry and malty made including herbal and plants. Once in...
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