Created in 1922, this high fermentation beer has made the reputation of the Brasserie Duyck. Titrating to 7, 5% vol PED. It is not pasteurized and is composed of 3 different malts Dorges from major French plains and 3 varieties of hops from dAlsace. It is the roasted malt gives it its lovely amber color and a large part of its aromas. Its long persistence keeps its generous long aftertaste. With its bouquet of flavors dautomne malty aromas of flowers and caramel, stewed fruit (prunes advanced), and slightly roasted malts, it is ideal for cooking all types of dishes. These qualities have earned him the Merit Diploma and National Prestige awarded in 1993 by the Committee of France and the French Committee of Good Taste, and recently in General Agricultural Competition, 2011 Bronze Medal.
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