Here I am again with a post about the fifth and sixth beer I drank at the beer festival in Mechelen, Belgium. Time was running out so I had to speed up my decisions on what beers I wanted to try before I had to go home. One of those decisions was a good one (fifth beer) and one was not that good (sixth beer).
Keep and eye on the post (coming soon) about the seventh beer I drank at the festival because it was an AMAZING one!
Be sure to check out my previous posts about the festival, I explained my experience at the festival in the first post and the first beer I drank at the festival. The second posts is about the second beer I drank at the festival and so on... Enjoin!
Ne flierefluiter Triple is a blond, gold-yellow, hazy colored, fruity, sweet and bitter tasting beer. It's brewed by the Fisser brewery in Zammel, Belgium. It was a good beer, I tasted some fruitiness and biterness, nothing special. I've tasted better and many worse. It has an alchohol content of 8,5%.
Serafijn Pallieter Triple, gold-yellow, slighty hazy colored, sweet-herby and bitter tasting beer. It's brewed by the Proefbrouwerij in Lochristi-Hijfte, Belgium. The beer was not that good, the only thing I really tasted was the bitterness. I gave it the lowest rating of all the beers I tasted at the festival. It has an alchohol content of 8,0%.
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