Seefbier 33cl

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Seefbier is a golden blond beer with flavors of different herbs and an alcohol content of 6.5%. Seefbier was immensely popular in Antwerp in the 19th Century. It was so popular that a neighbourhood in Antwerp (Seefhoek) is even supposed to be called after this beer. Its production was stopped in the 1930's, but the beer was relaunched in March 2012, with the help of the Antwerp City Council.

Serving temperature: 4-8°C

Additional information:

For a long time people thought that the original recipe for Seefbier had disappeared, but after years of research and by talking to retired people who used to brew this beer a long time ago, the brewers managed to determine the exact recipe for this beer.

Within two years after it re-launch, this beer has already won the golden medal on the World Beer Cup 2012 in the category 'Other Belgian Style Ale' and it was elected ‘Europe’s Best Belgian Style Ale’ at the World Beer Awards in 2013.

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First of all, you should bear in mind that during transport the bottles might have been thrown around quite a bit and that it’s not a good idea to drink them immediately. We advise you to let the bottles rest in an upright position in a dark and cool place for at least 48 hours. This will allow the yeast to sink to the bottom of the bottle again, and it will also prevent an outburst of foam when you open them. Beers are best kept in an upright position (to make sure the yeast residue remains at the bottom) and in a dark and cool a cool place. (The ideal temperature is 10-12°C (50-55°F) and it is also important the temperature remains as stable as possible.) It is best to drink all beers before the expiry date mentioned on the bottle.  Some brewers, however, mention the bottling date rather than the expiry date on their bottles.
Reviews for Seefbier 33cl
3 out of 5, based on 1 reviews
Roland Heim from London on May 01, 2014
Decent pale grainy beer.