Verhaeghe Vichtenaar Beer

Verhaeghe Vichtenaar

Flanders Red Ale · 5.1% ABV · ~170 calories

Brouwerij Verhaeghe · Sint-Dierikserf

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  • The Belgian Cafe

    138.0 miles away · 601 North 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130

    Bar · Menu Updated: 06/21/2019

    12oz Bottle $8

  • Cjs doghouse Bottle Shop and Growler Shop

    140.5 miles away · 1555 Sumneytown Pike, Harleysville, PA 19438

    Restaurant · Menu Updated: 05/28/2019

    12oz Bottle $7.64

  • Maxim's 22 Bistro & Brasserie

    165.2 miles away · 322 Northampton Street, Easton, PA 18042

    Restaurant · Menu Updated: 06/09/2019

    11.2oz Bottle $9

  • Coastal Wine & Spirits

    290.2 miles away · 103 North Main Street, Branford, CT 06405

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 06/06/2019

    11oz Bottle $5.99 · 11oz 4 Pack Bottles $20.99

  • Gordon's Yellow Front Wines & Liquors

    324.5 miles away · 177 Colman Street, New London, CT 06320

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 06/14/2019

    11.2oz Bottle $5.49 · 11.2oz 4 Pack Bottles $20.99

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Beer Description

Brewed with roasted malts, spicey hops, fruity yeast and soft water.

Vichtenaar” is a beer, pumped up from a 172 m deep well, guaranteeing constant quality and pureness of the liquor. After primary and secondary lagering, “Vichtenaar” gets a ternary fermentation in oak vessels during 8 months. These oak pipes are big tuns with a capacity varying between 500 and 2500 hectolitres. “Vichtenaar” is a traditional and specific Western Flemish beer, from the northwest of Belgium. Its taste can be described as mild-sourish and suitably complex, thanks to the long lagering on oak. This tart flavour makes it eminently suitable for the hot summer months. “Vichtenaar” is one of the last Flemish “Oud bruins” that are really lagered in the oak tuns, and are as such appreciated by the connoisseur, looking for authenticity. As early as 1958 “Vichtenaar” was crowned as the top in an international concours in Gent.

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