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Beer: Gouden Carolus Ambrio

A tribiute to the most traditional beer of the city of Mechelen, where the brewery is confused with the local culture. 

Descrição:
Country of origin: Belgium
Alcohol Content: 8%
Style: Belgian Specialty Ale
Bitterness: 22 IBU

Mechelschen Bruynen is the name of the beer that all the ancient citizens of Mechelen know as traditional.

So the brewery decided to create his version of the recipe of the 14th century, seeking a balance between different malts and herbs typical of the region to find a distinctive flavor of a dark beer, but with the freshness of lighter beers.

A very interesting mix as it brings a very well balanced fruity flavor with the hop bitterness.


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