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Frank Reitz
01/10/11 01:07 PM  
Kasteel bruin/donker/cuvee du chateau
Hi all

Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, but does anyone here know the difference between these 3 Kasteel beers: Bruin, Donker and Cuvee du Chateau

Thanks

/Frank

Mike T
01/12/11 08:59 AM  
Re: Kasteel bruin/donker/cuvee du chateau
You'd probably get a better response next door on the main board, but here is what I found on Rate Beer:

Donker/Bruin/Brune

All alises for the same strong Belgian brown ale.

Cuvee du Chateau

According to the brewer, this is brewed to mimic the flavor of aged Kasteelbier Donker. The brewer refutes the rumors that this is simply 10-year-old Donker.

Frank Reitz
01/16/11 03:12 PM  
Re: Kasteel bruin/donker/cuvee du chateau
Thanks Mike

I directed my question to the Kasteel brewery as well. Their answer confirms what you say: The donker and bruin is the same beer - only difference is the label.

The Kasteel du Chateau is the same base as the bruin but brewed using another process.

/Frank

 
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