Grand Cru by RODENBACH has on average been left for much longer in the oak casks (“foeders”) of the Roeselare “beer cathedral”, which results in a more pronounced version of the “Flanders Red-Brown Beer” style. RODENBACH Grand Cru consists of 1/3 young beer and 2/3 beer matured two years in oak. The result is a complex beer with a great deal of wood and esters, vinous and with a very long aftertaste, just like a Grand Cru wine. Michael Jackson rightly called this beer a “World Classic” and “the Burgundy of Belgium”.
|Type||Flanders Red-Brown Beer|
|Aroma||Acide, bois, plénitude|
|Flavour||Acide, bois, solvant à pleine bouche|
|Color||Red-Brown, EBC 70|
|Combines with||Jeune fromage, porc, lièvre|