Beer Dubuisson, "Surfine", 0.33 L
Beer light color, golden, foamy cap snow-white.
beer taste is light, delicate, well-balanced, with floral and citrus tones.
The beer flavor reveals an interesting bouquet of yellow fruit with a predominance of banana and pineapple nuances, slightly accented floral-citrus nuances.
Beer goes well with dishes of lean meat, fish, seafood, it can be served with appetizers and as a digestif.
Dubuisson "Bush Blonde" - strong Belgian Pale Ale, brewed for the first time in honor of the 65th anniversary of the release of "the Amber Bush" . The new beer was introduced to the public personally by the owner Hugh Dyubyuissonom company, just as the "Bush Amber" was presented to his grandfather, Alfred.
"Bush Blonde" fits perfectly into the range of varieties of "Bush", because for him to use the same yeast and fermentation methods, as for the rest of its representatives - "Bush Amber" and "Bush de Nuits" . At the same time, this beer has its own, unique character. Using his recipe of traditional varieties of malt and hops Saaz achieves a bright golden color and delicate flavor nuances.
Continuous fermentation of alcohol raises the level to 10.5% and gives the beer a special drinkability. "Bush Blonde" has a rich fruity-floral scent with hints of citrus, continuing in its balanced, subtle taste. "Bush Blonde" is supplied to the low-fat meat dishes. This will be a good el completion of the meal as a digestif pleasant.
Dubuisson is the oldest brewery in Wallonia. It was created in 1769 by Joseph Leroy, an ancestor on the maternal side of the present owner Hugo Dyubyuissona. Eight generations of brewers family succeeded each other, not only changed the brewery belonging Dyubyuisson family and its location. Over the years, the brewery Dyubyuisson experienced many upheavals: it suffered from the invasion of Napoleon's troops at the beginning of the XIX century, by German troops in 1914 and 1940. But every time Dyubyuisson family proudly rose and walked forward, selflessly recovering economy. In 1933, Alfred Dyubyuisson grandfather Hugo, decided to create a Belgian beer in the English style, very fashionable at the time. He named his beer "Busch Beer." The recipe of this beer has remained unchanged for 75 years and is one of the oldest Belgian beer brands for which there is still a great demand.
Brewery Dyubyuisson until today remains true to its principles and values of the same: be independent brewery; produce a natural beer with no artificial additives; abandonment of the production of the so-called "Private Label Beer" (a beer for one recipe, which is sold under various brand names); complete personal control over the brewing process.