1001 Beers
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Abdij Steenbrugge


Country: Belgium

City: Bruges

Brewery: De gouden boom


Type : Abbaye

Fermentation : Top

Color : Brown-Red

General information

Alcohol (ABV): 6.5°

Bottles sold: 33 cl

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The abbey beer STEENBRUGGE Abdijbock is a ruby-brown beer with a round caramel malty character and a fruity, slightly smoky fermentation aroma. All this combined with the "gruut", a subtle blend of Bruges spices, with an emphasis on cinnamon, which gives this bock its delicious taste. Top fermentation beer. The secret of Steenbrugge abbey beer lies in the herb mixture called "gruut", which gives this abbey beer its delicious taste.

Abdij Steenbrugge
Abdij Steenbrugge

Practise pouring a perfect beer with a beer tap

Can you pour a perfect beer with this beer tap?

Pouring the perfect beer is a bit of an art: three quarter of beer and a quarter of foam. To succeed, you must turns and angles the beer glass as you pour, and have it not too far neither to close from the tap. The more your glass is tilted and the closest to the beer tap you are, the less foam you will get. You must hang your glass in the right position and move it smoothly while filling it. If you’re currently just holding the glass under the tap as you pour, it is time to learn something new.

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