Started by JRJordao, September 01, 2023, 07:39:00 PM
Quote from: Trappist on September 02, 2023, 11:04:39 AMAbout Kasteel dark.That's a tricky one.I always had my doubts about this beer.It is not hoppy, it is very candy sugar sweet, no bottle refermentation, actually not what an artisanal beer should stand for.Many people like it because it has a very satisfying feeling. Quite alcoholic, dense, sweet, creamy head, and that woody touch is there !!
Quote from: JRJordao on September 02, 2023, 09:59:13 PMThere aren't many well-known belgian beers which are not bottle refermented, right? Can you think of a few others?Indeed, Kasteel Donker for me is kind of a beer-based dessert.Speaking of desserts, they added some cherry liqueur and made Kasteel Red, with artificial sweetener
Quote from: Trappist on September 04, 2023, 09:49:35 AMThe heavier alcohol fruitbeers are doing VERY well here in Belgium. Actually, it is already passed its trend and has become a fixed value.The new Lindemans Tarot beers are another example!
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