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BPotts
10/21/07 11:23 AM  
De Proef Flemish Primitive Ale Bretts?
Anynody know the types of bretts used in this beer? Haven't had it in awhile so don't really remember exactly how it tasted, but I picked up a bottle of the 2004 Pig Nun Labeled version the other night. At 9% ABV and 3 or maybe about 4 years old is it even worth trying to use the dregs? It's got a nice yeast bed...
BPotts
10/21/07 11:25 AM  
Re: De Proef Flemish Primitive Ale Bretts?
BTW I've searched around on the net a bit to no avail. The De Proef website doesn't seem to be working for me either.
TedJ
11/12/07 09:44 PM  
Re: De Proef Flemish Primitive Ale Bretts?
Look at the Shelton Brothers website for a little more info www.sheltonbrothers.com/beers/flemprim.asp. and www.sheltonbrothers.com/beers/beerProfile.asp?BeerID=123

Had the Pig Nun, Spoon Wacker, and Surley Bird tonight. Bird was the best, Nun, then Wacker. The de Proef website seems to be that one page.

 
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