Alcohol degree: 7%
Recommended pouring temperature: 7-8°C
Bottle contents: 75 cl
Taste: Dry, bitter, fruity
Aroma: Fruity, spciy & hoppy
Appearance: Copper-colored, stable foam head
Brut Nature is a copper coloured ‘Brut Style’ beer. The use of wild yeast (Brett) results in a pleasantly dry, low-sugar, ‘living’ beer, which evolves in the bottle and can be aged for at least 5 years.
Five different hops are used in the beer with dry hopping (Belgian hops) techniques reinforcing their fruity and spicy character. It results in a dry, bitter beer with a delicate aftertaste.
The various stages of fermentation, top fermentation and refermentation with wild yeast, mean the brewing process of the beer is at least 3 months.
When brewing OMER. Brut Nature, our brewers use no less than 5 hop varieties. among which 2 during the 'dry hopping'. Dry hopping is a technique for dissolving extra aromatic oils from hops in beer. For this, the hops are added during the maturation.
OMER. Brut Nature is a ‘living’ beer which evolves in the bottle. Young beer is characterised by a bouquet of fresh hops, with a fruity note and pronounced bitterness, light on the palate and a less firm collar than a beer of six months. The older the beer gets, the more the ‘Brett’-character will take the upperhand.