Brewed in a 130-year-old oak barrel under the supervision of a master brewer in a Belgian micro-brewery, La Brasserie des Légendes, tucked away in the heart of a 13th century fortress, the Blonde of Saint-Tropez is a natural and fresh beer of undeniable sophistication.
The unique recipe was developed by Sonia Collin, a celebrated beer engineer from the University of Louvain in Belgium, the home of beer innovation, tradition, and evolution. From the 130-year-old oak barrel, the wort is transferred and heated whilst different varieties of hops are added at controlled temperatures. The beer is then cooled to between 23°C and 25ºC in fermentation and decantation tanks. Aided further by fresh yeast in the bottle, a second fermentation occurs once it is encapsulated, resulting in a 100% naturally sparkling beer.
The secret to its enhanced bouquet of floral hints, mentions of tangerines, subtle traces of muscat and lime zest, and unique colour? High-quality European barley malt, three exceptional hop varieties, mineral-rich water, and two months of fermentation!
在比利時一座十三世紀的堡壘中，有一家名為La Brasserie des Légendes的小型釀酒廠。在釀酒大師監督下，高質、精美、天然的Blonde of Saint-Tropez啤酒就在130年歷史的橡木桶中誕生。
給予Blonde of Saint-Tropez啤酒獨特的花香，淡淡的橘子、香印青提子和青檸皮味道，及一身金黃色的，是優質歐洲大麥芽，三種特殊的啤酒花品種，純淨水，及長達兩個月的釀造過程。