Triporteur Rossie Rosa 75cl

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With the special roast series Bert Van Hecke has knocked it out of the park with a series of experimental beers. This special roast is inspired by ‘Rosa’, a Jacques Brel tango. The beer was brewed with bread and without adding hops, following the example of the ancient Egyptians. Jan Dierickx Visschers, artisan baker at the Bosmolens in Izegem in Belgium, developed a new raisin bread for the Rosie that is made using blueberries from Meeuwen-Gruitrode and baked by BOM, apple and pear butter from Vrolingen, gently roasted BOM barley malt, buckwheat flour, sourdough, and French wheat. The unique process creates in a delicious, blonde tango of artisan products.

Alcohol content: 9,2%

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All beers are shipped in professional, DHL-approved, triple-walled cardboard boxes, where all bottles are separated from each other to prevent them from hitting against each other during transport
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.
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