Our red-brown abbey ale can be considered a “single”, meaning a beer that was made for the guests of the abbey and for everyday consumption.
Hazy, nearly opaque mahogany, with a deep red shining through and a small white foamy head.
This is a top-fermenting ale is refermented in the bottle, which means you can age the beer for a few years. The aroma will make you think of sweet burning wood, plums, banana bread, citrus, and a little yeasty zip. Full and complex flavor, hints of smoky dark malt, lovely rolling flavours of caramel and chocolate.
Due to the dark coloured malt, the taste repeats a burning sense and gives us hints of sweet peaches, ending in a light hoppy bitterness.