The Strongest BeersAPPERITIVO Team
The craft beer environment is increasing at a high fast pace among beer lovers. Its origin, its type, its taste, or even its alcohol by volume (ABV). All of these characteristics can be the differentiator when we are trying to find the best beer for the perfect and proper moment. Therefore, focused on the AVB, we present you our most robust beers to help you filter and know a little bit more about our beers.
Saint Nitouche (9.5% abv): Sainte Nitouche is a high-fermentation lager beer with an alcohol content of 9.5%. It has a slightly hoppy, floral and full-bodied flavor with bitter notes. Serve at 12-14°C.
Based in “friendship, tradition and client satisfaction,” Sainte Nitouche is one of the beers produced by Brasserie de la Croix, a Belgian brewery founded by Vincent Lacroix. As a family business, Vincent Lacroix and his brother and law Vincent Weytjens are, since 2014, working on producing a tasty beer with a high alcohol level, “Sainte Nitouche.” Know more
Trappists Rochefort (10% ABV): The top product from the Rochefort Trappist brewery. Dark color, full and very impressive taste. Strong plum, raisin, and black currant palate, with ascending notes of vinousness and other complexities. Rochefort Brewery (Brasserie de Rochefort) is a Belgian brewery which produces three beers designated as Trappist beers. The brewery is associated with the Rochefort Abbey, which originated in the thirteenth century; monks have been brewing beer at Rochefort since the sixteenth century, providing much of the income for the monastery. Know more
Duvel Triple Hop (9.5% ABV): Duvel Tripel Hop is brewed with three hop varieties, and each year the third hop is changed to provide its unique taste and aroma. This keeps the final flavor profile surprisingly exciting for any true beer lover. For 2016 our brewers selected HBC 291 from the Yakima Valley in the USA. By using three instead of two hop varieties to brew, we obtain additional hop aromas and increased bitterness. Know more
Ginette Triple (9% ABV): This big Belgian sister completes the Ginette family. With a sufficient amount of bitterness, a flavor of elderflower and a strong character (9°). Founded by three friends, Ginette was bought by the world largest brewing conglomerate, ‘AB InBev.’ Know more
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