Passchendaele beer is a blond top fermentation beer by Brewery Van Honsebrouck. It is light, easily digestible and it has a slightly spicy and hoppy flavor. A real thirst-quencher with an alcohol content of 5.2%.
This beer is brewed to commemorate the soldiers who died at the battle of Passchendaele in 1917. This was one of the worst battles of World War One, where hundreds of thousands of soldiers (mainly British and from the Commonwealth) lost their lives. Part of the revenue from this beer will be donated to the city council to help maintaining their graves. The hops for the Passchendaele beer are grown nearby the former battlefront.
Serving temperature: 2-6°C