Abbey style top fermentation beer. Colour: Amber colouring 35 EBC. Ingredients: Water, pale ale malt, caramel malt, aromatic malt, yeast, Kent hop, hallertau hop. Drinking temperature: serve between 7 and 10° C. Storage: very long time under normal storage conditions. Taste comments: Its sweet and velvety aroma leads us to a pleasant hop and woody taste. It releases a very fine, bitter even smoky and alcoholised taste at the back of the mouth.
Bottle33cl / 75cl
Brasserie de Silly, situated 30 miles south from Brussels, was founded in 1850 and is active without interruption since 6 generations of brewers in the village of Silly. Initially founded as a farm-brewery, beer was brewed for the seasonal workers doing the harvest during the summer. Today, Brasserie de Silly is specialized in a great variety of typical Belgian craft beers. Since more than 165 years, the “Silly” beers are brewed following the same brewing techniques paying a lot of attention to quality, control and innovation.