Chimay Cinq Cents Ale

ABV: 
8.00%
Packaging: 
11.2 oz 4 pack bottes, 750 Bottles and 30 Liter Kegs
Color: 
Gold
Taste: 
The Cinq Cents was first brewed in 1966 by reverend Father Theodore and it was his final contribution to the Chimay line of beers. It was formerly known as “White Cap” and no other brew has been created since. Cinq Cents translates to 500, honoring the 500th anniversary of the Principality of Chimay whose support made the founding of the Scourmont Abbey possible in 1850. Chimay Cinq Cents has a typical golden color, a slightly hazy appearance topped with a fine foam which releases a bouquet of fruity esters and floral-hop aromas. Mellow flavors of muscat, golden raisins and fresh bread are perfectly balanced by the distinct hoppy bitterness.
Food Pairings: 
CHEESE PAIRING: LE VIEUX CHIMAY - This hard cheese, allowed to age for at least six months, is produced from the good milk of the Chimay region collected solely during the summer months. It releases a hazelnut taste and a slightly bitter tang.
Style: 

CHEESE PAIRING:   LE VIEUX CHIMAY - This hard cheese, allowed to age for at least six months, is produced from the good milk of the Chimay region collected solely during the summer months. It releases a hazelnut taste and a slightly bitter tang.

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