De La Senne- Coucou
It's cold and energy costs are too high? We have a solution for you: warm yourself up internally with a Coucou Puissant! Her name is a tribute to the last squat where Bernard lived, and whose inhabitants campaigned passionately for access to housing for all. On top of that, it was in the cellars of this squat that Zinnebir was born in 2002.
She is an exhilarating Amber Ale, generously dry-hopped with German hops. Her nose evokes stone fruits from the South, as well as persimmon. We also find a whole bouquet of exotic flowers. These nuanced aroma's are followed by voracious notes of biscuity malt. In the end she develops a beautiful and long bitterness, which harmoniously brings everything in balance.