De Ryck Arend Dubbel is a Belgian abbey dubbel from Brouwerij De Ryck. In its fourth generation of family ownership under the stewardship of head brewer Anne De Ryck, Brouwerij De Ryck brews small-batch traditional Belgian ales. What is an abbey dubbel? An abbey dubbel is a stronger version of a typical dark brown abbey ale, originally brewed in Belgian monasteries.
De Ryck Arend Dubbel pours a chestnut brown colour, with natural carbonation from the secondary fermentation in the bottle. Aromas of sticky pudding and spice rise from the beer. The flavour follows the aromas, with the addition of a subtle, balancing bitterness from the hops. Buy De Ryck Arend Dubbel for a traditional abbey-style dubbel ale from an independent family-run Belgian brewery.
Ingredients/Allergens (Allergens will be in Bold) Malted Barley
Name and address Brouwerij De Ryck Kerkstraat 24, Herzele, 9550, Belgium