Description & Information:
Young Rodenbach is mixed with Rodenbach that has matured at least 2 years in oak casks. An art of master-tasters with the patience of a saint. The enormous amounts of old Rodenbach stored in the fresh infinity of cellars in oak casks, are followed up with great attention.

This naturally matured beer, full, tingling dark and rich of flavours will be mixed with the young Rodenbach. A solemn moment when the master-tasters and his staff declare the lively brunette, full of natural charm, ready for consumption.

The Rodenbach you serve... you prefer to serve as a thirst-quencher at 4°C, for tasting at 8 to 12°C (according to season and preference). Use a pure original Rodenbach glass (rinsed with lots of water, not wiped dry). Keep the glass slightly slanted an pour in slowly down the side of the glass. When the glass is half-full straighten in one go and serve the rest of the bottle from a somewhat higher distance.
Brewery: Rodenbach
Alcohol: ? %
Best temperature: ? º
Color: red


Dolf wrote on Thursday 24 October 2019:
Brilliant beer, very taste, fruity and refreshing!
Martin wrote on Thursday 9 November 2006:
This beer has a bittersweet taste. You should drink it stand-alone, because of the fine taste.
Its color is redbrown, but you can drink many of it; it's not a heavy beer.

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