Brigand, the name of this golden blond regional beer, is a reference to the revolt by the peasants of Ingelmunster against the ‘sans culottes’ (French soldiers), which took place in 1798 in nearby Hulste. Brigand is the name given by the French to the Flemish rebels. In French, brigand just means bandit.
Brigand is a strong and powerful beer with a somewhat neutral, very lightly malted smell. A taste of alcohol sweetness, slightly malty/herbal/hoppy, touches of citrus zest with a very slight bitterness that becomes stronger in the finish.
Full mouth feel, no noticeable sticky aftertaste.
9.0 % ABV