The Perfect Beer Pack To Be a Part of Belgium

The Perfect Beer Pack To Be a Part of Belgium

Blondes, brunettes, red hairs, browns, sweets or “badass.” No, we’re not talking about your woman/men pattern, but we could! As beers, you can find the perfect choice for your taste, but it can be a challenge in such a variety and panoply of so many beers.

The best breweries in the world are in Europe. Its longevity, tradition, production, and consistency. Europe, among other things, can produce the tastiest and finest beer ever made due to its natural resources, weather, and apparently just because!

Since the medieval times, Europe started to master brewing beers to their own consumption. Germany, Austria, Ireland, UK, France, the Scandinavian countries, Poland, the Czech Republic, Spain, and obviously Belgium, are today’s essential countries regarding craft beer. As we are focused on Belgium beer, here’s a brief piece of Belgium history.

In the 12th century, the Catholic church allowed the production of craft beer to locals, in order to fundraising, helping the church. Through the years, the production process has evolved. In 2016, UNESCO inscribed Belgian beer culture on their list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.

Let’s get to the point! Beers! The Beers list!

Buying beer online is just the new normal. Therefore, every beer that we’ll suggest to you in this post can be purchased in our shop. If you like to know, or if you already know, what Belgian beers taste like we have the perfect pack for you. First, we should say that every beer that we sell on our website, and soon in our mobile app, are previously chosen regarding its brewery, quality, and value for our clients.

The Discovery Pack was made to offer you a journey through Belgian beers. With six different beers, this pack, thanks to the beers’ quality and characteristics, can be delivered in any part of the world without losing its incredible taste.

The beers:

Lupulus Organicus

  • Brewery: Lupulus
  • ABV: 8.5%
  • Serving Temperature: 10
  • Characteristics: Cloudy blond in appearance topped by a thin white head. Its nose has fruity, herbaceous notes with malty and yeasty aromas. We detect a mild, hoppy bitterness on the palate with fruity and spicy flavors, along with notes of yeast and malt.

Orval

  • Brewery: Orval Brewery
  • ABV: 6.2%
  • Temperature: 12
  • Characteristics: Intensely aromatic and dry character. Between the first and second fermentations, there is also an additional dry-hopping process. Through this, the beer acquires its pronounced hoppy aroma and extra dry taste.

Peak Beer Blond

  • Brewery: Peak Brewing
  • ABV: 6%
  • Temperature: 5
  • Characteristics: Refreshing and easy going thanks to the subtle dry hopping, you will find hints of lemon and orange and the aroma of flowers. This beer is the ideal aperitif companion but can also be enjoyed into the evening.

Elfique Ambar

  • Brewery: Au Grimoire Des Légendes – Elfique
  • ABV: 7%
  • Temperature: 6
  • Characteristics: The perfect compromise between Blond and Stout. A delicious Belgian beer made with a touch of fantasy.

Curtius C

  • Brewery: Brasserie {C}
  • ABV: 4.5%
  • Temperature: 6
  • Characteristics: A blond beer brewed with some premium quality products with a light taste and refreshing flavors. Mixed with different malts of barley and wheat, its base grants it a pleasant lightness while the addition of aromatic hop blossoms gives it a subtly bitter, flowery and fruity flavor. Its unique and progressive taste is the results of multiple fermentation steps, conducted for several months. Curtius deserved a bottle of quality and prestige at the scale of its content.

Lupulus Blanch

  • Brewery: Lupulus
  • ABV: 4.5%
  • Temperature: 6
  • Characteristics: Hazy, very pale yellow, resilient layer of glowingly white froth. Enticing nose of peach, pear drop, earth and herbs, also bubblegum, nutty grain, spicy phenol. Moderately bitter with an odd residual sweetness and bit of tangy acidity. Light bitterness and touch of alcoholic warmth (despite the low strength) linger in the aftertaste.

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