St. Bernardus Abt 12 - 33 CL

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As in 1946, the abbot of the abbey of Saint Sixtus, the Trappist monastery of Westvleteren, decides the beer that is brewed within the walls of the abbey only be appropriated for his own use, he lays the foundation for all contemporary abbey beer breweries. He decides namely a license to be issued to a local entrepreneur: branded St. Sixtus may brew these beers of Westvleteren and commercialize. To guarantee the quality and the performance of the original recipe to ensure as much as possible, the abbey with the brewmaster of changes to the new brewery St. Bernard. This lay brother of Polish descent takes the utmost secrecy that a brewery released: yeast. Hats off to this beer. To the bone has motivated the brewery continued to build the original beers of Westvleteren, although of course they never have been the same: draw as both breweries from another source and water, which is almost always more than 90% for the beer, simply also partly determines flavor. Put a St. Bernardus Abt 12 - with an alcohol content of 10.5% by volume, take the cap but just wondering! - Next to the '12 degrees' of Westvleteren - if you can get it - and discover that the beers are floated apart over the years as two continents adrift, each in its own way beautiful. Always available; Remarkably, it is not commercially brewed beer Westvleteren 12 degrees only voted best beer in the world - remarkable because it is almost impossible to buy the beer. However, the St. Bernardus Abt 12 is the year round and easy to obtain. Flavor of the beer. Deep dark brown, with a foam collar as created by a star cook and an overwhelming taste, St. Bernardus Abt 12 a beer lonely class of rare beauty, perhaps one of the best beers in the world. Given her background amazes course not. But above all you taste in St. Bernardus Abt 12 something that you very rarely detected: pure and selfless love, an absolute commitment to the touch perfection. It's a risky statement, but I really think that if Our Lord himself would try to strike brewing, he with St. Bernardus Abt 12 would come up and then expanded and fully met there to enjoy


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