Brouwhoeve Stout

Gold medal winner – Dutch Beer Challenge 2019

Winner Spain – World Beer Awards 2019

With a nice dark head it looks like you’re pouring espresso in a glass. You can taste chocolate and coffee tones through the roasted malts. Thanks to the balanced ingredients, the connoisseur even tastes some blueberries, which makes it all balanced.

Brouwhoeve's Imperial Stout, real stout

The beer is characterised by its roasted malts, which give it its characteristic dark colour. In addition, the various types of malt give the beer its slightly roasted aroma, mild caramel tones and a hint of fresh coffee with a mildly bitter aftertaste at the end.

Brouwhoeve Imperial Stout has tones of strong coffee

Stout beer is a stronger variant of porter beer. “Stout” is therefore the English word for strong or powerful. Nowadays the difference in strength between porter and stout is less clear than it used to be. Stout beer originally comes from England. In Dutch, ‘stout’ means ‘naughty’, freely translated: ‘strong’ or ‘powerful’. It has nothing to do with the English word ‘stout’. In the past, a stout beer was always stronger than a porter.

De Brouwhoeve Stout is full of flavour with a beautiful head. Tones of chocolate, caramel and coffee with a hint of blueberries in the distance.

Brouwhoeve Stout Barrel Aged

Brouwhoeve Stout, also Barrel Aged

Brouwhoeve also went a step further with the Brouwhoeve Stout. This beautiful dark beer – which by the way won a prize both in the Netherlands and worldwide – is also matured in American oak barrels.

From the first batch, this Stout has been beautifully full of flavour. By letting it ripen further on the wooden barrel, this has added an extra dimension to the taste. Deep, warm, soft! A beautifully developed taste that fits a variety of dishes. From wild meat to appetizers of the luxurious kind.

Enjoy!

Beer & Food tip

A good Stout deserves a matching dish. Try :

  • wild meat, well marinated and cooked,
  • a forest fruit dish,
  • or a delicious chocolate dessert.

Beer Details

Alcohol percentage: 6,5%
Malt: Pilsmalt, Palemalt, Cara’s and Mroost
Hop: Chinook, Styrian Golding
Yeast: Bry97
EBC (color): 65
EBU (bitterness): 28
Drink temperature: 6-8°C

Imperial Stout Beer & Food

This dark beer is a bit heavy and mildly bitter. Tastes you can taste again are coffee, dark and bitter chocolate and sometimes caramel. This pronounced beer can be very tasty with the right dishes. Choose robust flavours.

  • The pronounced taste of naughty fits very well with wild meat such as deer steak but also rabbit or pheasant.
  • A fruit tart is also very tasty with stout beer. The opposite flavours ensure that it tastes so good together.
  • Delicious with dark chocolate, chocolate brownies or a whiskey mousse.
Brouwhoeve Stout

Price winner Dutch Beer Challenge 2019

Price winner World Beer Awards 2019

With a nice dark head it looks like you're pouring espresso in a glass. You can taste chocolate and coffee tones through the roasted malts. The addition of brown sugar (Cassonade) gives this beer a sweet and soft vanilla tone which balances the whole.

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Stout Barrel Aged

This beautiful dark beer now also matured in American oak barrels.
Deep, warm, soft! A beautifully developed taste that fits a variety of dishes.

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Malts:

  • Pilsmalt
  • Palemalt
  • Cara’s and Mroost

Hops:

  • Chinook
  • Styrian Golding

Yeast:

  • Bry97

Color = EBC:  75 – Dark brown

Bitterness = EBU: 28 – Mild bitter

Brouwhoeve also went a step further with the Brouwhoeve Stout. This beautiful dark beer – which by the way won a prize both in the Netherlands and worldwide – is also matured in American oak barrels.

From the first batch, this Stout has been beautifully full of flavour. By letting it ripen further on the wooden barrel, this has added an extra dimension to the taste. Deep, warm, soft! A beautifully developed taste that fits a variety of dishes. From wild meat to appetizers of the luxurious kind.

This Brouwhoeve Stout Barrel Aged is now for sale in our shop or through our webshop!

Enjoy!

The beer is characterised by its roasted malts, which give it its characteristic dark colour. In addition, the various types of malt give the beer its slightly roasted aroma, mild caramel tones and a hint of fresh coffee with a mildly bitter aftertaste at the end.

Short history of Stout beer

Stout beer is a stronger variant of porter beer. Stout’ is therefore the English word for strong or powerful. Nowadays the difference in strength between porter and stout is less clear than it used to be. Stout beer originally comes from England. In Dutch, ‘stout’ means ‘naughty’ and freely translated: ‘strong’ or ‘powerful’. It has nothing to do with the English word ‘stout’. In the past, a stout beer was always stronger than a porter.

This dark beer is a bit heavy and mildly bitter. Tastes you can taste again are coffee, dark and bitter chocolate and sometimes caramel. This pronounced beer can be very tasty with the right dishes. Choose robust flavours.

  • The pronounced taste of naughty fits very well with wild meat such as deer steak but also rabbit or pheasant.
  • A fruit tart is also very tasty with stout beer. The opposite flavours ensure that it tastes so good together.
  • Delicious with dark chocolate, chocolate brownies or a whiskey mousse.
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