24 Hour Free UK Delivery

Sale!

Van Bulck Belgian Organic Beer, Degustation Kit

£49.99 £45.99

  • Indulge yourself into fresh aromas of honey and walnut, herbal notes with liquorice, apple, and soft apricot or ripe, raw red fruits. Van Bulck craft beers are made from gluten poor and organic barley malt, which produces a healthy drink with a light and balanced flavour that accompanies a wide variety of dishes. A mixed degustation box of three flavors is made for true beer lovers.
  • The Kit: 2 bottles x 330 Van Bulck Gluten Free Organic Lager, 2 bottles x 330 Van Bulck Organic Blonde Beer, 2 bottles x 330 Van Bulck Organic Wild Fruit Beer, 2 Glasses with Van Bulck logo, 1 Bottle Opener with Van Bulck logo
  • Alcohol by volume: Van Bulck Gluten Free Organic Lager – 4.5%, Van Bulck Organic Blonde Beer – 4,6%, Van Bulck Organic Wild Fruit Beer – 4,7%
SKU: BBK.
1 Category

IN THE NOSE:

A variety of tastes in one degustation kit. From light and balanced flavour to slightly sweet fruity explosion this mixed box of three very different and unique tastes is made for true beer lovers.

DRINKING EXPERIENCE:

Three very natural tasting expressions, which can be versatile when it comes to matching with food. For example, the organic lager would go well with oysters, crab, mussels, and shellfish, whilst the blonde beer paired with white meat or lemon cake would go down very well. The wild fruit beer though would pair nicely with red fruits, venison or strong cheese such as the French styles or Stilton.

 

INGREDIENTS:

Van Bulck Organic Gluten Free Lager: water, barley malt, Hallertau hop, fruits, yeast, juices

Van Bulck Organic Blonde: Water, barley malt, Kent Golding hops, Hallertau hops, orange zest, coriander, sugar, yeast.

Van Bulck Wild Fruit: water, barley malt, Hallertau hop, fruits, yeast, juices

About the brand:

The organic Van Bulck Beers are the ideal solution if you’re striving for a better and healthier lifestyle without giving up your favourite pleasure. They are natural, organic and produced without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, genetic engineering (biotechnology), growth hormones, irradiation or antibiotics.