Hill of Angels Abbey Dubbel
Developed in collaboration with the Keimling Genossenschaft brewers, this Belgian-style Abbey Dubbel is a smooth, malty, deep-ruby coloured ale that hits 8.2% ABV on the Richter scale. You have been warned. The "Hill of Angels" name comes from the 1820's poem by William Wordsworth in which he translates the name "Engelberg" into "Hill of Angels". Brewed the traditional real ale way using top-fermenting Belgian Ale Yeast, our Dubbel conditions/matures naturally for 7 weeks in the bottle (with no added CO2 for fizziness.) AWARDS 2018 Zug Brewfest, People's Choice Award - 2nd Place 2018 "BnR" Beer Contest, Aarau, Switzerland - Silver Medal 2018 Swiss Beer Award, Bern, Switzerland - Silver Medal 2017/18 The Beer Awards, London, England - Winner "Exceptional *** Beer"