Grottenbier Bruin (750ml Bottle)
The latest acquisition Grottenbier was created by Master Brewer Pierre Celis. It is an aromatic dark beer with 6. 5% alcohol content. In the marl pits in Kanne ( Belgium) and Valkenburg (the Netherlands), deep under the ground, you can taste the Grottenbier in a constant temperature of 11° Celsius. As it is the case with Champagne, the bottles are placed in a pupitre with results in an additional fermentation. This beer with a high fermentation with a second fermentation in the bottle has been pointed out as one of the best 10 present-day beers by beer guru Michael Jackson.
These are dark, malty, yeasty strong ales in the Trappist tradition, but produced (mainly) by secular brewers. Dubbels range between 6.5-8% abv, and have a dark brown, cloudy colour, and a palate mixing malt, a lush fruitiness, and yeast. They are typically bottle-conditioned.