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To help celebrate its 150th anniversary, Duvel decided to play homage to its 'devilish' past by releasing a new beer that carries the 'number of the Beast'. Duvel 666 is a gently-bitter brew that is aimed at a younger demographic and those who are daunted by high strength Belgian beers. Inspired by fruity hop aromas and a touch of orange. Enjoy the fresh and fruity taste of this blond Duvel with natural refermentation and a nice, subtle haziness.
Style: Belgian Blond Ale, with refermentation in the bottle
Appearance: Fully bodied blond with a beautiful, natural haziness
Aroma: Well balanced with lively, fruity aromas thanks to the use of orange zest and dry hopping.
Ingredients: Malt (malted barley, malted wheat), Hops (6 refined hop varieties)
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