Daas Blond

Brasserie Daas (Beer)

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The Daas Blond is a/an golden beer made by Brasserie Daas with its origins in Belgium and has an alcoholic strength of 6%. Uvinum users rate this beer with 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Daas Blond

Producer: Brasserie Daas
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 6%
Type Of Beer: Golden Beer
Country: Belgium
Consumption Temp.: 4ºC

Description · Brasserie Daas

Daas Blond


  • Appearance: clear, golden, with a thick foam
  • Aroma: honey
  • Taste: bitter with a dry finish, resembling wheat cervecas

BREWERY: Brasserie 1096 Originale

COUNTRY: Belgium

TYPE OF BEER: Golden beer

ABV: 6.5% vol.

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Posted on at 05.00


Daas Blond

GLUTEN certified beer. an advanced process of eliminating gluten that keeps all the flavors of beer is used intact.
Authentic Belgian Strong Golden beer, of organic origin, with a second fermentation in the bottle.
Light golden color. Aroma honey, caramel and spices. On the palate notes of...
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Posted on at 04.53


Daas Blonde

Daas blonde is the real Belgian Strong Golden Beer. The honey aroma is in perfect equilibrium with the bitter flavour and classic dry end characteristic from hop. The second fermentation takes...
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Posted on at 04.44


Daas Blonde

It is an authentic Belgian Strong Golden beer, Ale type of organic origin. Scented honey, perfectly balanced with the bitterness and dry finish characteristic hop classic. Seguna fermentation in...
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Posted on at 17.26


Daas Blonde

* Beer * Bio
Daas Blonde is a Belgian Blonde beer you like them! It reveals spicy notes with a hint of honey, all on a slightly bitter and refreshing finish. Serve fresh.
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