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Brut Nature

Limited Edition

TOP-FERMENTED BEER WITH REFERMENTATION IN THE BOTTLE + WILD YEAST

Brut Nature is a copper-colored "Brut Style" beer. The use of wild yeasts (Brett) creates a pleasantly dry and "lively" beer with a low sugar content. Brut Nature evolves in the bottle and can be stored for up to at least 5 years.

The use of dry hopping with Belgian hops brings out the fruity and spicy character of the 5 noble hops. The result is a dry, bitter beer with a fine aftertaste. The different fermentation stages, top fermentation and refermentation in the bottle with wild yeasts require a brewing process of at least 8 weeks.

ALCOHOL DEGREE: 
7.0%
RECOMMENDED POURING TEMPERATURE: 
7-8°
BOTTLE CONTENT: 
33 CL / 75 CL
TASTE: 
Dry, bitter, fruity
AROMAS: 
Fruity, spicy & hoppy
APPEARANCE: 
Copper-colored, stable foam head
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5 generations

The arrival of the 5th generation Omer Vander Ghinste enriched the brewery with new ideas and extra creativity. In 2020, Omer Géry (5) and our master brewers proudly presented a fine example of Belgian craftsmanship: Brut Nature

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5 hops

When brewing Brut Nature, our brewers use no less than 5 varieties of hops, 2 of which are dry hopped. Dry hopping is a technique to dissolve extra aromatic oils from hops in beer. For this purpose the hops are added during the lagering process.

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5 years

Brut Nature is a beer that evolves in the bottle. Very young beer is characterized by a bouquet of fresh hops, with a fruity note and a pronounced bitterness in the taste. As the beer ages, the Brett character comes out more. Brut Nature can be aged up to 5 years.

Brut Nature

Watch the video of the launch of Brut Nature

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Where can I find Brut Nature?

Brut Nature is only bottled once a year and is available on a very limited basis.
Currently, the last bottles of 2020 are for sale and can be tasted at Café De Sportwereld in Bellegem, right next to the brewery.