One of the first beers that I really fell in love with in Belgium, was De Ranke XX bitter. A stupendous amount of East Kent Goldings, drowned in a light pale efervescent golden ale – give one of the true classics and a brew that I used to hunt down. I actually went to belgium soley to find this beer, when I first heard of it. Well, we’ve got some 750’s!
Then because of demand, we have some 750’s of Saison Dupont! Since 1844, this beer has been brewed in their farm-brewery, during the winter time. Then this beer became a second refermentation in the barrel.
During the next summer, this very thirst-quenching beer was served to the “saisoniers” which were working on the fields. Surely therefore, Saison Dupont is considered as “the classic” among the Belgian season beers! Coppery blond, the finest aromas and a strong bitterness transform this beer into a thirst-quenchener with no equal, just the way it was created. Selection of yeasts is the perfect base for these typical aromas and ditto taste. A real refermentation in the bottle, which will continue for a long time in your cellar, result into this complex and particular aromatic beer
A 750 is the large cork sealed bottles, much like a spumante – great table sized beers, or just to share.