Old ale with star anise and Brettanomyces. The dense caramelization remaining in the old ale rolls out as dried dark fruits, cotton candy and chewy taffy. Brettanomyces makes this comparatively dry and more easily drinkable than most old ales.
A one-off, offshoot of the Draeckenier. Dry-hopped with Citra, contractbrewed at De Proef for Brouwerij Troch.
About the brewery
The “proef” brewery is specifically equipped for the development and production of beers for third parties.
We brew on a relatively small scale: most often between 10 and 140 hectoliters per order. Our customers include beer architects (who most often contribute their own recipe), start-up or existing breweries (who have their own recipe or a recipe that is jointly developed), and individual initiatives.
The Research and Development department (R&D) conducts applied scientific research projects, in order to improve beer quality and reproducibility.