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The Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Pba (Port Barrel Aged) is a/an ale produced by De Struise Brouwerij from Belgium and has an alcoholic strength of 9%. Uvinum users evaluate this beer with 4 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Pba (Port Barrel Aged)

Category:Beer
Producer: De Struise Brouwerij
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 9%
Type Of Beer: Ale
Country: Belgium

Description · De Struise Brouwerij

Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Pba (Port Barrel Aged)

TASTING NOTES OF Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Pba (Port Barrel Aged):

  • Appearance: amber
  • Aroma: yeast, sugar, malts, oak, bread, clove
  • Body / Flavour: oak, bread, yeast, red fruit, malts

BREWERY: De Struise Brouwers

COUNTRY: Belgium

BEER TYPE: Belgian Strong Pale Ale

ABV: 10%

De Struise Brouwerij

Carlo Grootaert, founder of De Struise Brouwers, swapped his career in the wine trading business for a little Belgian brewery. In his opinion, beer offers a wider range of tastes and also alcohol content, what simply makes the brewed stuff more interesting to him than wine. With his team the...

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Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Pba (Port Barrel Aged)

Struise Tsjeeses Reserva is a winter warming beer. Tsjeeses port is aged in barrels for six months.
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TASTING NOTES OF Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Pba (Port Barrel Aged):
- Appearance: Dark Amber cloudy with a little white head
- Aroma: spice odor, both yeasts and aging. Vanilla flavor, licorice, star...
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