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Replaced in 2005 by Gouden Carolus Ambrio 6.5%
In the past, every town in Belgium had its own beer typical of the area. Hence, some centuries ago, the people of Mechelen drank a beer known as "Mechelschen Bruynen" or "Mechelen Brown". Our Brewery is the only one still brewing this type of beer. The recipe has its origin at the 14th century. The nowadays version is a little more heavy and contains more hops. The balance between the different malts, the fine hops and typical tastes of spices creates a perfect harmony beween the powerful taste of brown beers and the freshness of the blond beers.
Brewer: Brouwerij Het Anker
Style: Belgian Ale
Alcohol Content: 6%
Seasonal: No


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