Froya Bjr Sct. Brigid Abbey Ale

Brewed by Froya Bjr
Klaksvik, Faroe Islands
5.8% Abbey Dubbel | 34 Ratings | Special Release |
Faroese: Sct. Brigid Abbey Ale er bryggja av besta froyska vatni, 8 slgum av bygg- og hveitimalti, Krydda vi gari humlu og natrkrddum. Sct. Brigid Abbey er gera vi tveimum ymiskum gerum, i gevur ein samansettan kryddaan smakk. Bryggja vi blstri r gomlu uppruna reseptum r gamla gerkjallaranum Froya Bjr fr 1888. Sct Brigid Abbey er stl vi belgiskar klosturbjr.

Danish: Sct Brigid Abbey Ale er en mrk overgret ale med masser af fylde. 8 malt typer er anvendt, den er gret med to forskellige overgr. Der er ikke tale om en Stout, men en mild bitterhed i Abbey Ale der kan sammenlignes med belgisk klosterl. Her med inspiration fra den gamle grklder hos Froya Bjr fra 1888.

English: A Belgian style abbey ale brewed with pure Faroese spring water, two types of yeast, 8 types of barley and wheat malts along with the finest quality hops and spices.

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