With a history dating back to 1295 AD, St Stefanus is an unpasteurised Belgian Blonde Abbey beer. St Stefanus has secondary refermentation, so continues to mature in the bottle, which means consumers can choose how they want their beer to taste. At 3 months the flavour is fresh and fruity, while at 18 months the flavour becomes deeper and more complex. St Stefanus is brewed using three different yeasts, including the Jerumanus yeast strain that was entrusted to the Van Steenberge family brewery by the monks of Sint Stefanus.
|Type||Belgian Abbey Blonde Ale|
|Taste Profile||3 Months: Fresh and Fruity – balanced by a touch of sweet caramel, finishing with a dry, hoppy astringency 18 Months: Spicy and Aromatic – deep orange marmalade notes, with hints of vanilla, toffee & almond|
Water, barley malt, rice, yeast, hops
|Suitable for Vegetarians/Vegans?||Yes|
|Saturated fat||0.0 grams|
|Sodium as salt||7.08mg|
|Units (per 330ml serving)||2.31 units|
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