Bon Secours Ambree looks elegant and brassy, thanks to a subtle mix of pale and caramel malt. The foam is smooth and tenacious. In the mouth it tastes dry with a long and fine bitterness.
Alcohol content: 8%.
Serving temperature: 5-10ºC
The history of the brewery Caulier begins in 1933 when Charles Caulier, miner, decided to settle as a reseller of beer Bonsecours, a small village in southern Belgium.
Three generations have prospered distribution activity and in 1994 Roger and Linda Caulier decide to acquire the brewing equipment and brew their own beers. The Bon Secours was born.
Eager to re discover the flavors of yesteryear, the Brasserie Caulier has always imposed rigor to produce unfiltered beer, not pasteurized and secondary fermentation in the bottle. Boutique beers, natural and living