This beer is brewed at one of the most famous abbey breweries in Belgium.
The abbey was founded in 1074, on the border between the Flemish Brabant and eastern Flanders.
Now, of course, there is no brewery on the territory of the abbey, since 1970 beer has been brewed according to old recipes in the neighboring village of Opwijk at the Op-Ale brewery, now called Brouwerij Affligem and owned by Heineken.
In 2016, Affligem Blond received several well-deserved awards, including the World’s Best Pale Beer, Belgian Style Blonde.
Affligem Blond is a light golden Belgian Pale Ale, brewed according to old recipes. It has a bright, fruity-spicy aroma with hints of cloves and a rich taste with a slight bitterness and hints of spices, pepper, coriander and dried fruits.
It opens perfectly at the temperature of 7-9 ° C.
It is well combined with soft molded cheeses, sweet and sour chicken, mussels, white biscuit.
ABV - 6.8%
IBU - 37
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