The beer of Flanders
Flanders is a land of two origins: Flemish and French. These roots are exemplified in the official beverage of the area, a beer that is not as dense as it was when it was consumed locally in the 17
Traditional to the bone, the beers of Brasserie de Saint-Sylvestre bring together boldness and elegance, excess from the sweetness of the malts and ‘freshness’ from the bitter and aromatic sensations of the hops, all united through the pure and rigorous Flemish style. The utmost example of this style is the Bière de Gard 3 Monts, a craft nectar made with barley malt from Flanders and hops that are in part cultivated locally (and in part in Germany) and are of the Houblon des Flandres brand, a guarantee for the ancient tradition of the Bières des Flandres. The Bière de Gard (beers for conservation) brews belong to the Ale family and are famous for being aged in the cellar and for the density of their flavor which at times can be pure boldness. The 3 Monts brews are the archetype of this category, an example and model imitated throughout the world but which is at the same time incomparable because it is the product of a terroir that is an authentic grand cru for beer.
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In the glass this has a golden color and an immediate and intense aroma with scents of spice, above all ginger, toasted sweet wood and tobacco along with notes of citrus and malt in a rhythmic...