A brief history of Duvel Moortgat Brewery
The brewery was founded by Jan-Leonard Moortgat in 1871, Breendonk, Beligum.. The Moortgat brewery is well known for producing the highly popular Flemish golden pale ale called Duvel (meaning Devil). At the end of the First World War, the name, Duvel, was changed to Victory Ale, but was later changed back to Duvel due to its alcohol content (8.5%).
In 1945, Vedett was introduced by Albert Moortgat, Jan’s son, and has continued to gain popularity with young customers in Belgium and across Europe.
Three senses and a beverage
The ingredients used are: barley malty, wheat malt, oats and spelt. It is bottled in a 330ml bottle and has an alcohol content of 2.7%.
It has a pale yellow colour as you pour with medium carbonation and a light, frothy white head that dissipates very slowly. It has a hoppy and floral aroma with a crisp bitter taste that is light, finished off with a sweet and fruity dry finish.
Where to buy Vedett Extra Session IPA
Here at LightDrinks you can buy Vedett Extra Session IPA for just £1.79 per bottle. Tap here to buy!