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  • Poperings HommelBier 250ml

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Appearance: Poperings Hommelbier 250ml has a golden color with white frothy large head.
    - Aroma: Pleasant aroma of sugar, spice and citrus, bitter end.
    - Body / Taste: The taste is has a medium sweetness, malty and spicy with a mild bitterness.

    TYPE OF BEER: Belgian Ale.
    ABV:...
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  • Hommel bier 250ml

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    • 4 /5
    amber & eacute e. The nose dé pledge flavor peak é é é and levur. Agr é é reliable taste malt and fruit & eacute.
    Capacity: 25cl
    Origin: Belgium
    Van Eecke family brewery is located in Watou. In 1862 the famile Van Eecke bought the brewery. Only top-fermented beers were brewed in the "Golden...
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  • Cerveza Hommelbier 250ml

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    • 4 /5
    Hommelbier is a special top-fermented beer, blond and slightly hazy amber colored, white, dense lather and medium-term, a 7, 5% alcohol by volume: The aroma of malt is mixed with perfume flowers and herbs, typical of aromatic Hallertau hops used in the production of this beer. Bitter taste, good...
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  • Hommel bier 250ml

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - View: Hommelbier 250ml has an intense color.
    - Nose: Aromas genuine.
    - Mouth: Guy Ale Beer special Belgian golden strong, 7.5% alcohol, high fermentation and second fermentation in the bottle. The Hommelbier, amber and slightly cloudy blonde has her name hommel by the word of a...
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  • Hommel bier 250ml

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    • 4 /5
    The Poperings Hommelbier is manufactured in Belgium, the brewery Van Eecke Watou. This is a top-fermented beer. It has a golden-amber color and has a very hoppy character. It has a spicy aroma and a mild flavor and yeast pleasantly malty and fruity. Its alcohol volume is 7.5%.
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  • Hommelbier 250ml

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    • 4 /5
    Golden strong ale belgian special, 7.5% alcohol, high fermentation and second fermentation in the bottle. The Hommelbier, amber and slightly cloudy blonde hommel has its name from the local dialect word flamenco by hop, hop in Castilian means. The malt aroma blends exquisitely with the scent of...
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