Noel de Silenrieux

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Type: Belgian Strong Dark Ale
  • Brewed by: Brasserie De Silenrieux S.A.
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  • Aroma: Hoppy
  • Aroma Description: Bread - Dark
  • Serve at Temperature: Ice Cold
  • Container: Boots
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  • 6.00% 
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The use of buckwheat flour as its manufacturing base of this beer makes exclusive. On a warm brown dress, Sara, lager fermentation, fermented on the lees in the bottle, will satisfy the most seasoned connoisseurs. A unique beer and prestige to be discovered.
This beer ABV erratically Has Changed During The Years of production. Started at 7.5%, 6% subsequently, it stands Actually (2009) at 9%. Only the brewery knows whether it will stay at this level, since They never bothered to signal differences, and always regarded it To Be The Same beer ...

Translated from french: The use of buckwheat flour as its manufacturing base of this beer makes exclusive. On a warm brown dress, Sara, lager fermentation, fermented on the lees in the bottle, will satisfy the most seasoned connoisseurs. A unique beer and prestige to be discovered.This beer ABV erratically Has Changed During The Years of production. Started at 7.5%, 6% subsequently, it stands Actually (2009) at 9%. Only the brewery knows whether it will stay at this level, since They never bothered to signal differences, and always regarded it To Be The Same beer ...

 

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