Rich malt and stone fruit flavours and a surprisingly crisp finish make 8° a complex and compelling brew. The drinker is greeted by aromas of plum and clove, produced by a special yeast from West Flanders. This is followed by the flavour of date sugar and English crystal malt and capped by a brisk, lightly tart finish, the result of a brief lactic fermentation.
Dageraad 8° is refermented in the bottle, so pour with care to leave the yeast sediment in the bottle.
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