Let the magic work through the blending of two ancestral crafts: Brewing and the traditional method (la “Méthode Traditionnelle”).
The artisanal recipe for a pure and “Brut” beer, with a pale golden color and floral flavor, blends with a sparkling wine recipe well-known for its tiny bubbles and amazing brightness, crowned with a light and airy foam. From essences to substances, the brewing secrets, followed by a maturation on lees in the bottle for several months, give birth to an exceptional sparkling nectar, worthy of the greatest sparkling wines. A delicate and regular riddling process (“Remuage”) on a Champagne rack brings the beer an absolute clarity. GÔDE is ready to be born through one last step: the ancestral disgorging «Dégorgement».
Adorned with its traditional champagne cork and topped with its “hopped” Fleur de Lys, GÔDE stands in a special champagne bottle called “Arbane”. A simple and elegant package, reminiscent of its origins: chalk white (from the Champagne soil) and Flanders’ brick red. Crowned with its golden hat, GÔDE is ready to shine across borders, through senses and inspirations!
GÔDE’s body offers a bright clear golden color, with its thin and lively bubbles endlessly dancing under a light and airy non lasting foam.
GÔDE brings out light floral and fruity notes, with a distinct spiciness to it. Some spicy esters come through, especially as it warms. Taste ripe banana, allspice, green apple peels, unripe pears, and a hint of meadowsweet. Malted barley grants the Beer its subtle caramel touch. With its very dry and crisp flavor, GÔDE is no doubt a fine beer, and truly a treat. Cheers!
Taste and Mouthfeel
GÔDE’s taste follows your nose with herbal and floral notes, a distinct spicy ester and a touch of mint. The interplay does bring some lemon citrus notes, coupled with the spiciness coming across like lemon-pepper. Bitterness starts on the back end and continues into your final taste.
GÔDE’s mouthfeel is light, bright, dry and vivacious. It is exceedingly effervescent and fizzes very lively across the palate. The beer starts with a semi-sweet character and lightens as the carbonation draws itself across the palate.