Bush Ambree (Scaldis)
Style: Belgian Strong Ale
Format: 330ml Bottle
It was created in 1933 by Alfred Dubuisson, grand-father of the present family brewer, Hugues. Its former name was "Bush Beer 24°" (the density in Ballings), but today it is known as Bush Amber. Its amber colour is due to the use of caramel malt in the production process. Its bitter sweet taste provides it with firmness and personality. What's more, it helps digestion.
Rated 90 out of 100 on Ratebeer.com
WHAT OTHER CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Orange colour with complex flavours buzzing round your taste buds. Slight honey without being sickly. Divinely balanced. At 12% not to be drunk as a thirst quencher - water's for that - to be drunk as a real treat. For my taste beers don't come any better.