De Dochter van de Korenaar Bravoure has a cloudy dark amber/orange color with a small beige head. Aromas of roasted malts, caramel, chocolate and yeast. Relatively mildly smoked and pretty easily drinkable.
Alcohol content of 6,5%.
Serving temperature: 5-10°C
Since 2007, Baarle has a brewery again. This traditional craft is transformed by a modern approach into a small, professional company.
The Daughter of the Ear of Corn’ provides a small-scale beer production in it’s region. The Daughter of the Ear of Corn’ is synonymous with the word “beer”. From old records it appears that Emperor Charles V around 1550 preferred the “juice of the daughter of the Ear of Corn’ better than the “blood of grapes.” In other words, Charles preferred beer over wine.