Seef is an old style of beer that was produced in small family breweries in Antwerp. It disappeared entirely after WWI as these breweries were dismantled for the war effort, by one side or the other. People remembered it, but the beer was not brewed for almost 100 years until Johan Van Dyck set out to recreate what had been a very popular beer.
6.5% ABV Antwerp Ale
Fruity, wheat beer-like notes in the nose and palate, but it also has a beguiling earthiness. Moderate hops leave Seef dry and easy to enjoy. This beer is fermented with a very special strain of yeast giving it an effervescent, full-bodied, nicely finished beer.