Three courses, three distinct but perfectly matched beers. A well-fed Paul Walsh explains
DeuS Brut des Flandres, Pauwel Kwak and Tripel Karmeliet are undoubtedly individualistic beers, each with their own personality. Indeed, you could say DeuS is more than just a beer, with the aging on lees, riddling and disgorgement of the méthode champenoise giving it a light, lively and delicate touch. Kwak, on the other hand, is rich, amber and hearty with stage presence provided by its eccentric glassware. And Tripel Karmeliet is the ultimate three-grain triple, smooth and creamy, with full-bodied flavours masking its high alcohol content.
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