AddressBelgian Beer, Cafe "Oostende", 27-29 Ebenezer Pl. Adelaide. Adelaide, SA, 5000.
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What you should know about Belgian Beer Cafe Oostende
The Belgian Beer Ca 'Oostende' is an embassy of the Belgian Beer, ca eating culture, which opened its doors in 2002. It offers a truly one off’ experience for Adelaide. With such a welcoming, cordial environment and authentic interior for anyone who loves life and enjoys relaxing with huge beer and delicious food. The world's superior Belgian beer, enjoyed in over 80 counties. This is a refreshing spicy beer with only a slight bitterness a hint of coriander Curacao. This dry, fruity beer has quite a packed and creamy taste with a subtle clove aroma. Not too bitter and with a potent flavor and attractive bouquet, this beer comes from the world famous NotreDame of Scourmont trap piste. It can be matched to food in the identical way as a hearty red wine. Brown sugar, strawberry, and orange preserves on the nose before a easy caramel, a hint of chocolate, then pepper, spice and orange liqueur to the end. This is a very depressing beer with a complicated aroma of malt, elderberries, chocolate, prunes and raisins. The brewing process uses depressing malts, dried orange peels and coriander. Tastes similar to its aroma, with gloomy fruits, caramel, spices a small hop bitterness. A complicated palate, with normal Belgian yeastiness, toasted caramel flavors and a spicy hop conclude with a affectionate bitterness. What follows is a flawless combination of malty, sweet and hop bitter tastes, behind which you are drowned in a very long, semisweet behind taste with bitter undertone. A top fermentation beer, re fermented in the bottle. Hints of creamy sweetness and spice with pleasant dry finish. This beer is lightly hopped surprisingly malty. Delicately spiced pleasant, vast finish, refreshing. A pretty lighter styled top fermented Belgian wit (wheat) beer, showing lively fresh spicy citrus bouquet, thirst quenching coriander flavor and a spicy dried orange peel finish. Moderately sweet new raspberries, with a light sourness and a arid finish. Tried tested by our staff reach in and let us educate please you in the world of Belgian Beers. Abundant men in the village are part of the Carrot Club, and apart from maintaining the museum, they arrange things like village parties in the summer. We thought that this unimportant and mirth nature of the club for escaping occupied life suits 'The Belgian' perfectly, which is why our new VIP club is called the 'Carrot Club'. We strive to be at the heart of our local community by providing a deposit for friends to meet, for families to relax and to host local functions and events.