Kasteel Nitro Sampler (12 cans)

Item #7336
Shipping Wt. 12.00 lbs.
Availability: In Stock

3 Cans each of 4 Kasteel Nitro Beers!!

Brewed by: Van Honsebrouck Brewery
Country: Belgium
Style: Various
Color: Various

ABV (Alcohol by Volume):
11%, 6.5%, 5.7%, 7%
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Can Size: 10.14 oz. (12 cans)

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The Kasteel Nitro Sampler includes 12 cans of fine Belgian ale from Van Honsebrouck Brewery: three 10.14 oz cans each of Kasteel Nitro Barista, Kasteel Nitro Blond, Kasteel Nitro Noir, and Kasteel Nitro Rouge.

Kasteel Nitro Barista
(ABV 11%) offers clear notes of caramel, toffee and chocolate. In terms of flavor and taste, this nitro infused specialty beer is known as a quadruple. The aromas of the roasted malt, the dark color and the rich foamy head are similar to a porter and a stout. A unique beer that every beer lover should taste! Three 10.14 oz cans.

Kasteel Nitro Blond
(ABV 6.5%) is beautifully balanced with hop bitters and malty aromas. The hints of fruit from the yeast blend in well with the citruslike hoppiness. The beautiful balance makes the beer mild in the aftertaste and is therefore an excellent thirst-quencher. Three 10.14 oz cans.

Kasteel Nitro Noir
(ABV 5.7%) has a clear taste of roasted malts, complemented by subtle caramel notes. The soft bitterness is balanced by a sweet fruitiness, making this porter easy to drink. Three 10.14 oz cans.

Kasteel Nitro Rouge
(ABV 7%) is a unique blend of Kasteel Donker (Quad) and macerated cherries. The ruby red color, rich foamy head and sweet taste lead to a unique specialty beer with a balanced taste and subtle hints of cherries. This fruity beer serves great as refreshment on a sunny terrace. Are you ready for la vie en Rouge? Three 10.14 oz cans.

The Van Honsebrouck Brewery (makers of Kasteel beers) began as a small farm and brewery on the outskirts of Ingelmunster in the West Flanders region of Belgium.

Purchased in 1900 by husband and wife Emile and Ludovica Van Honsebrouck and expanded in the 1930s by their two sons, major success would elude the brew farm until the 1950s when grandson Luc Van Honsebrouck took over the business.

Educated at the brewing schools of Ghent and then gaining practical experience at a large German brewery, Luc would change the direction of the family business by breaking with tradition and concentrating on the production of high quality specialty beers. His vision proved fortunate, and made him a legend in the craft brew industry.

Today the Van Honsebrouck Brewery – still family owned and operated – distributes its specialty ales to at least two dozen countries including the United States, Canada, China, Italy, Brazil and Japan.