Brewery De Leite

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      Beer Enfant Terriple 8.2% De Leite | Triple
      66,99 Kč
      Belgique Bouteille En stock Flandre Orientale
      Enfant Terriple is a blond beer with a subtle bitterness and a hint of citrus that is enveloped in a light taste of spicy malt.
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      Beer Cuvée Jeun'Homme 6.5% De Leite | Acide
      86,84 Kč
      Belgique Bouteille Flandre Orientale

      The Jeun'homme cuvée is a fairly hoppy blond beer aged in oak barrels. The original beer is heavily hopped with four different varieties and a dry hopping that enhances that bitterness.

      Aging for 4 months gives it a tangy taste. The bold bitter acid combination is softened by this aging and is therefore very pleasant to drink.

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      Beer Cuvée Soeur'Ise 8.5% De Leite | Acide
      91,80 Kč
      Belgique Bouteille Flandre Orientale

      L’Enfant Terriple is mixed with cherries for 6 months. This is 250 g of pitted cherries per liter of beer. During this time, the bacteria have time to further digest all the sugars and continue the natural acidification. Meanwhile, the cherries slowly give off their blood-red color and savory taste. Part of this kriek is also poured into the oak barrels where it sours and mellows with woody notes for a year in a layer of lactobacilius.

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      Beer Cuvee Uncle Pol 6% De Leite | Oud Bruin
      74,43 Kč
      Acide Belgique Bouteille Flandre Orientale

      Sweet and sour Flemish red.

      A mix between a dark beer that has matured for more than a year in oak barrels and a young blond beer.

      Love for family and art is an important pillar of the De Leite brewery. Brewer's father Luc was the 7th child in a family of 9. The friendship between Uncle Pol (the 8th child) and his nephew Luc is great. The Cuvée Oncle Pol is dedicated to him. The brewer had planned a surprise with his uncle's children for the launch. They came to the brewery with their father to "taste a beer". The brewer proudly and joyfully surprised his beloved uncle with the first bottle of this new beer.
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      Story of Brewery De Leite

      The De Leite brewery was born in 2008 in the Polders, between the cities of Bruges and Roeselare.

      It already existed before since its founder, Luc Vermeersch, had already been brewing 30-litre brews in the chalet in his garden since 1997.

      Specializing in sour and barrel beers, this brewery will delight lovers of gueuzes (even if it does not produce any), sours and seasonal farmhouses.

      After ten years of brewing in this chalet, Luc Vermeersch trained as a brewer for one year and it was during this period that the idea of opening a real brewery became obvious.

      After only three years, it already had to expand to follow up on its great success despite being located in one of the most proliferating brewing regions in the world, the province of West Flanders.

      In 2011, he recovered fourteen barrels of Médoc wine, thus making it possible to make special cuvées. There are more than a hundred of them today as well as eight oak casks with a capacity varying between 4000 and 5000 litres.

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