Averbode is a blond abbey beer with a golden blond color, which has been dry-hopped. It has an aroma of yeast and spices, a strong carbonation and a full and malty flavor with hints of fruits and spices. It has an alcohol content of 7.5%.
Serving temperature: 6-8 °C
The brewing history of the Norbertine Abbey of Averbode dates back to the 14th century and it lasted until 1917, when they were forced to stop after the German occupying army had confiscated their copper kettles. In 2014, the monks decided that they would pick up their brewing tradition again and brought, with the help of Brewery Huyghe, this blonde beer on the market.