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  • Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    The Corsendonk Agnus is brewed with pale malt hence its blond color. This is a high fermentation beer, blond and bubbly, re-fermented in the bottle. It is a living beer with a spicy bouquet beading and a rear hop flavor. Highly recommended by the Workshop! BELGIAN BEER BLONDE VERY SPICY!
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  • Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    Belgium Brasserie du Bocq The Corsendonk Agnus is a lager with a golden robe & eacute e and persistent foam.
    Capacity: 33cl
    Origin: Belgium
    Corsendonk is located near the city of Turnhout in the province of Antwerp. There is the Priory of Corsendonk, a field that belonged to Maria, daughter of...
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  • Cerveza Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    Lager, golden color, slightly pale, white foam persistent crown. Very aromatic, highlighting the smells of malt and pear, apple and citrus. It presents notes of yeast and spices, as is usual in the abbey beers and a subtle floral accents.
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  • Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    Historic brewery Abbey documents testify to the presence of a brewery inside the Priory of Consendonk, near Turnhout, already in 1453, owes its fame to the family Keersmaekers that from 1906 used the name Cors for its beer production absolutely secular but respecting monastic tradition. In 1982...
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  • Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    Corsendonk Agnus Tripel is a blonde that has a long history. The recipe is slightly modified in all years but the good taste is preserved.
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  • Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    Style: Abbey. Taste: Starts with a dry and slightly citrus twist and ends with a fruity and tasty. Color: Pale yellow. Foam: Pretty generous but quickly disappears
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  • Corsendonk Agnus

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    • 4 /5
    This curious Belgian beer makes a lot of foam - Gently pour - and a very clean palate, beginning with a slightly dry citrus fruitiness, and finishing with a fragrant and delicate hop character. Very light and fluffy texture, gives little indication of its alcohol content of 7.5%.
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