Look: A pretty red beer with an old Tawny colour, delicate amber with cognac accents. Nose: The first scent makes me think of a sauté of slightly caramelised pine nuts, then fresh yeast. In the mouth: The first flavour fits well with the nose. The tested and concrete aromas are delicately maintains through a strong edge, masculine and without too much sugar. A beer to accompany a variety of dishes cooked in the great stewing tradition. Best enjoyed in the more "Belgian" seasons, with stewed and cooked dishes.
This gorgeous hued, amber ale is delicate with cognac accents. The Brunehaut Ambree’s aroma is of lightly toasted caramel and pine nuts, with hints of yeast. The flavor goes well with the nose, featuring notes of citrus, peaches, and light sweetness. The carbonation is quite active and the body is on the medium side. The malt and hops of this brew are supremely blended. Gluten-free.