De La Senne Taras Boulba

Brewed by Brasserie De La Senne / De Zenne Brouwerij

Belgian Pale Ale4.5% ABV54 IBU

RateBeer Score    87 Overall   96 Style

Bernard Leboucq and Yvan De Baets, two Brussels brewers, first had a microbrewery in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, but because it was too small, they fled to Brussels. They brew beers are not filtered by a traditional manner, not pasteurized, with no additives. The name of the beer refers to the novel Taras Boulba (also "Taras Bulba") by Nikolai Gogol.


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