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Bavik de Brabandere (Beer)

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  • Petrus Spéciale

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES OF Pétrus Spéciale V.C:
    - Appearance: light amber
    - Aroma: mainly fruit and spices
    - Body / Taste: The taste is sweet with resemblance to the mouth of ginger ale. And some lemon. Not much bitterness

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    COUNTRY: Belgium


    ABV: 5.5%
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  • Petrus Special Vc

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    • 4 /5
    Petrus Speciale is an amber high fermentation beer with a typical aftertaste and dry. Brewed according to an old recipe with special malt, there is a sweet aroma coming from aromatic hops .. Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.
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  • Petrus Speciale

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    • 4 /5
    The Brabandere of Petrus Speciale is a tasty beer of high fermentation brass & eacute e according to a traditional recipe.
    Country Belgium Belgian Ale Brewery Bavik Type Color Ambr & eacute e Volume 33 cl Degree & eacute alcohol 5.5 ° Petrus Speciale is a high fermentation beer brass & eacute e...
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  • Petrus Spéciale

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    • 4 /5
    Peter Special is an amber colored high fermentation beer with a characteristic dry aftertaste. Brewed according to an ancient recipe based on speciaalmouten can be a gentle hoppy aro in this beer
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  • Petrus Spéciale

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    • 4 /5
    Taste: un'impatto honey that gives space to subtle perceptions purposes and elegantly bitter hops that richiamanoi the rhubarb, licorice and herbs officials. Smell: a characteristic aroma of an old recipe; specialeed result of a careful selection of malt and hops.
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  • Petrus Spéciale

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    • 4 /5
    The special Petrus, high fermentation beer. It has a malty aroma accompanied by sugar notes. A mix of spices is felt, once in the palace. On the palate, its abundant clean gasification gives it a texture that champagne. Hops and malt zest provide a drought in the end.
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