Nose; roasted malts, pleasant sweetness. Very mild. Taste; first some alcohol, then some bubblegum going into brown candid sugar with some vanilla.
In 1933, Alfred Dubuisson, Hugues’ grandfather, created a genuine fine Belgian beer in the English style, very fashionable at the time. He called his beer Bush Beer, the English translation of Bière Dubuisson. This beer, the recipe of which has remained unchanged for 75 years, is therefore one of Belgium’s oldest brands of beer still being sold.
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