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Slightly pinkish foam. Small "gush" at the opening. Well calibrated foam collar, medium hold. Very fruity nose, cherry pulpit. Mouth very fruity, mellow, pleasant sweetness but not sweet, nice acidity, fine, very fresh, but without excess. Finely tart, very drinkable. Medium body, slightly thicker than average for style, very light carbonation. High fermentation beer aged on fruit, acidic, but more accessible than most lambics. Fruity very greedy.
The seasonal brewery ‘Vandewalle’ in Lo-Reninge is a young company that can build on its strong family tradition from back in the 18th century; 1756 to be more specific. After being out of business for a while, the seasonal brewery with its brewer Chris Vandewalle continues its long tradition. The remarkable regional materials, the exquisite expertise and skilled labour, nature’s influence, time and an extensive historical past give shape to the creation of the beers in the well-known Westhoek region. Production, typical thinning (‘Oud Bruin’) and creation of high fermented cherry-infused beer all take place in this small peculiar brewery. Exquisite regional materials, such as the hop from Poperinge, are used. Unique, exclusive and seasonal beers are the result of the limited production because of the small-scale of the brewery (4 HL/per day). The beers have been awarded the quality label ‘Belgische hop’ and have also received the recognition ‘100 % West-Vlaams’, a piece of evidence that confirms the quality of the products.’
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