Beer Report #12 – Bacchus Vlaams Oud Bruin (Bacchus Flemish Old Brown)
Hello BelgianChef (cryptospeak) here,
My twelfth beer report will be a report on the beer Bacchus Vlaams Oud Bruin (Translated to English: Bacchus Flemish Old Brown). I had this one laying around from a beer trip I did. I bought all three of the Bacchus beers (Beer Report #6 was the cherry flavoured variation, a report on the raspberry flavoured variation is coming soon), to be honest, a huge part of my decision to get them was the bottle packaging.
Information about the beer
Bacchus Vlaams Oud Bruin (Bacchus Flemish Old Brown) is a red-brown, sour, easy to drink, raspberry and watered down wine tasting beer. It's brewed at the Van HonseBrouck Brewery (the same brewery as report #6 and report #10 the brewery has many more beers) in Emelgem, Belgium.
Water, yeast, hops, sugar and malt.
5,0 °C | 41,0 F°
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