On Monday 21 November 2016, at the Brasserie St-Feuillien stand at Horeca Expo in Ghent, you might have been forgiven for thinking you were by the seaside, with sand, seashells and the arrival of a new nectar: the Belgian Coast IPA !
St-Feuillien Belgian Coast is a light IPA, dark golden in colour with subtle hints of orange and a firm, white head. Belgian Coast IPA boasts an unrivalled range of aromas. The main one comes from hops in all its forms. It has a complex character, with fruity, citrus notes alongside floral and herbal flavours with a slightly resinous dimension. The bitterness is both intense and diverse. Belgian Coast IPA is the perfect combination of two brewing traditions, where the aim is to create a beer that brings together the intensity and bitterness of an American IPA with a certain level of lightness and balance. 7 varieties of Belgian and American hops have been selected to create this beer: Brewer’s Gold, Magnum, Fuggles, Northern Brewer, Mosaic, Citra and Cascade.
Available in bottles of 33cl and on draught of 20L (5,5% alc. vol.)