AleSmith Grand Cru
Introducing AleSmith’s famous Belgian-style Grand Cru. As with Horny Devil, it is fermented using yeast which originated in a Trappist monastery in Belgium. A darker type of Belgian candy sugar gives it more colour and a richer complexity of flavour, consistent with the Belgian style.
Medium-dark brown, with tan head. Sweet, malty aroma with a satisfying balance of hoppiness. Tremendously intriguing, complex flavours play upon the palate shifting from sweet to tangy to hoppy and so on. The medium-dry finish leaves you eager for the next sip.
Ingredients: water, barley, hops, yeast.
For allergens, including ingredients containing gluten, see ingredients list in bold.
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