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Ryane
04/18/10 07:27 PM  
Rodenbach Vintage....Is it pasteurized?
I just ordered several bottles of rodenbach vintage 2007, and Im wondering since this is an unblended special release if it is unpasteurized like vin de cereale?

Has anyone else tried the beer yet? did it has any sediment in the bottle?

Mike T
04/19/10 12:05 PM  
Re: Rodenbach Vintage....Is it pasteurized?
I had a bottle recently while I was up in New York. Pretty tasty (less acetic than the Grand Cru), but as far as I could tell it is pasteurized and slightly back sweetened.
Ryane
04/19/10 12:25 PM  
Re: Rodenbach Vintage....Is it pasteurized?
I thought, maybe incorrectly, that when they said it was unblended from foeder 230 that it was beer straight from the barrel primed and bottled?

I wouldnt think you could call something unblended if you back sweetend, or could you??

I cant say Im not a bit disappointed about no dregs in the bottle though.......

tankdeer
04/19/10 12:49 PM  
Re: Rodenbach Vintage....Is it pasteurized?
I have a bottle of this that I got at the brewery, but I haven't opened it yet so I can't say anything about viable bugs. Although it wouldn't surprise me if it was pasteurized and backsweetened.

There is no reason why you couldn't call it unblended if it's backsweetened. Backsweetening is different than blending with young beer.

<<I thought, maybe incorrectly, that when they said it was unblended from foeder 230 that it was beer straight from the barrel primed and bottled? >>

I think that is more or less correct, but as Mike said probably not bottle conditioned and maybe a little sugar added.

 
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