Brewed in collaboration with the Abbey at Averbode, this Belgian strong ale from the respected Huyghe brewery is a delicious blonde beer with a spicy and citrusy nose and a real fizz on the tongue.
It pours relatively clear, and so has a bitter hop finish to it that dries out the sweeter malts, making it refreshing and drinkable even at the high ABV.
Brewery : Huyghe
Country : Belgian Beer
Styles Blonde Beer
ABV% : 7.5%
Brewers of one of the most famous brands in the world, Huyghe is a towering brewery with a reputation for delicious, accessible beers. Best known for its strong ale Delirium Tremens, which is so omnipresent that people think it is the name of the brewery not the beer. Dry like champagne but bittersweet and spicy at the same time, it has won best beer in the world as well as countless other awards since first being brewed in the 1980s and its success has made the brewery part of beer culture everywhere from China to Brazil.
Now brewing tens of beers under different brands, the brewers at Huyghe are experts in making easy drinking but full flavoured beers whether it's the fruit-based Floris beers, the Abbey blonde Averbode or the gluten-free Mongozo beers.