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Beer Kapittel Dubbel

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Belgian Beer dark brown The Beer Kapittel Dubbel it’s a dark brown high-fermentation beer, with secondary fermentation in the bottle, is the perfect step up to our stronger abbey beers such as a Kapittel Prior 9°.

Caramel malt and dark fruit on the attack, followed by hints of raisins and herbs.

The finish has a hint of spice, ending on a splash of hoppy bitterness.

Technical information:
ABV: 7.5 vol%
Degrees Plato: 16°
Hops: 2 varieties
Malt: 4 varieties

Fermentation: high fermentation beer with secondary fermentation in the bottle.

The proof of this craftsmanship is visible by a fermentation layer at the bottom of the bottle.

By adding sugar, also known as “Belgian candy,” we can increase the activity of the yeast, and the beer gets a second fermentation in the bottle, carbonating the beer in a natural way.
Serving: Slow

We recommend that you enjoy this Beer Kapittel Dubbel at 9°C.

For more information about our beers, please visit our website.

Beer Kapittel Blond

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Belgium Craft Beer The beer Kapittel Blond is a mild blond high-fermentation beer with secondary fermentation in the bottle.

It has a slightly sweet and sour attack, with a mildly fruity palate and hints of citrus and orange.

The light finish, combined with the tingle of the carbonation, combines to create a balanced thirst-quenching and refreshing ale.

Technical information:
ABV: 6.5 vol%
Degrees Plato: 14°
Hops: 3 varieties
Malt: 2 varieties

Fermentation: high fermentation beer with secondary fermentation in the bottle.

Although some may call this beer a “Strong Belgian Blond”, you’ll discover a lightly sour-sweet yeasty fruit on a par with mildly sweet pale malts and a refreshing flow of really fragrant, springy flower blossoms, orangey-citric fruity hops with a mildly mineral, chewy bitterness.

The finishing undertone is a tad zesty or slightly tangy to render a intriguing contrast with the smooth flowery aftertaste, light on the carbonation, just sufficient to render a refreshing pa…