Luxury barley wine matured on armagnac bottles, since 2011. Yellowish beige head, relatively stable seen the alcohol strength, colour a lightly hazy orange blonde. Complexely perfumed, warming aroma of obviously armagnac, peaches, honey, rosewater, orange, raspberry, tannins. Complex fruity, sweetish taste, resinous, quite strong carbo for a Belgian-style barley wine (or any barley wine), smooth with some yeasty spicy notes, brandy-like, woody and warming in the finish.
In 1847 there was at this point already a brewery, operated by the Pourbaix family. In 1871 it was sold to Jules Paternotte and in 1928 the activities were discontinued. In 1989 by master brewer Andre Graux the brouwactivieiten resumed in the former malt house. In 1987 he had two beers gecommercialisseerd under the names Le Fakir and Reserve Marie de Hongrie, which were renamed Binchoise Blonde and Binchoise Brune.In 2002, Bruno De GHORAIN takes the brewery over. Besides the brewery there is also a restaurant and a brewery museum.
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