Muifelbrouwerij Dín Ossekop

Muifelbrouwerij
Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij
Berghem, Netherlands
7.5% Belgian Strong Ale | 55 Ratings |
DUTCH: De Muifelbrouwerij heeft haar zesde bier deze week geÔntroduceerd, Dín Ossekop. Het bovengistende bier is goudblond, heeft een zoetje en een bittertje en een alcoholpercentage van 7,5%. Het is gebrouwen met gerst- en tarwemout en twee traditionele hopsoorten. Op 19 mei 2011 nam de Osse wethouder Renť Peters de eerste Dín Osse kop bier in ontvangst. Het bier is een eerbetoon aanÖ.. Öde Maaslandbrouwerij die operationeel was van 1989 tot en met 2010 in Oss. Brouwer Martin Ostendorf heeft het recept van de Maaslandbrouwerij als basis genomen en hier zelf ingrediŽnten aan toegevoegd. Overigens wordt het niet in Oss gebrouwen maar in de Proefbrouwerij in Lochristi.

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