Blond BeerAwards:"International Beer Awards: Belgium" 2022 - Gold Medal“International Beer Challenge: Belgian Style Hoppy Blond” - 2021 - Gold award“Le Concours International de Lyon: Haute Fermentation/Blonde” - 2021 - Gold award
Hoppy tasteThe dance of the hopdevils takes you to a place full of fruity hop aromas where the use of orange zest and dry hopping technique add a kick to its well-balanced flavour!Duvel 6.66% is an accessible specialty beer with a typical Duvel punch. The heavenly soft taste combines the refreshingly fruity aroma of 6 refined hop varieties.Akin to the original Duvel, Duvel 6.66% is based on the exclusive hop varieties Saaz-Saaz and Styrian Golding. The flavour is then balanced by adding four expertly selected hop varieties, which also involves a dry-hopping technique.Food recommendations:There are 666 good reasons to drink a Duvel 6.66% and food pairing is one of them. The soft flavours of this Belgian blond, goes well with Chinese, pizza, Indian, burgers, Thai, cheese, sushi, sandwiches, pancakes, dessert and literally any dish. The hop aromas are however best experienced in combination with a fresh salad, asparagus, salmon, tuna, shrimp and crab. What’s your good reason?Duvel 6.66% is best served at a temperature of 5°C. To bring out the full aromas, Duvel 6.66% should be poured at an angle of 45° in the iconic tulip glass decorated with the dancing devils. The foam preferably starts in the middle of the red D and fills the glass, stopping at 1cm from the top.Anno 1871Duvel is being brewed by the fourth generation of the Moortgat family. Even though Duvel is a Belgian beer, the founder was inspired by English ales. Albert Moortgat himself selected a specific Scottish yeast strain, which is still used today. To celebrate the 150 years of the Duvel Moortgat brewery, the special Duvel 6,66% edition was invented.
Duvel. Brewed to be lived.
Naturally hazyWell balanced with fruity, soft finishLively, fruity aromas thanks to the use of orange zest and dry hopping.
Pack size: 330ML
Contains Barley Malt and Wheat Malt.
Product of Belgium