Amber Tripel

PACEMAKER©

Pacemaker

DESCRIPTION

This is the Beer that started it all! PaceMaker© was first named ‘Admiral’ after the DR BLUES’s first name and a common butterfly in Europe. It became an overnight hit at festivals and was distributed in the best beer shops in Belgium, selling out in just a few weeks. PaceMaker© is a strong seasonal tripel, inspired by the towers of the majestic city of Leuven and spiced with fresh, hand-picked Mercure hops, which have been grown since 1893 by the Desmyter family in West Flanders. Great combination with roast-beef, ham or rich cheeses.

Strong

Strong

tripel

8.5%

8.5%

alcohol content

8-12ºC

8-12ºC

serving temperature

EBU 24

EBU 24

Biterness

Amber

Amber

Colour

24

24

months shelf life

How to drink

PACEMAKER©

PaceMaker© tastes best at a cool temperature, between 8-12ºC. You should rinse your DR BLUES glass to remove any grease or detergent. Decant the beer into the glass at about a 45 degree angle by pouring gently alongside the glass wall to avoid excessive top foaming. As you get to the last third of the beer, tilt the glass back and slightly raise the bottle to form the perfect top. In a perfect pouring, the division between the foam and the liquid should pass through Emily’s waist. PAceMaker© should sit in the glass for about 3 minutes at room temperature to allow the beer to breath and warm up a bit. Always hold the glass by its stem to prevent warming. Take one first sip to taste its most intimate flavors. Then you can enjoy it at your own pace. Cheers!

Do this FUN RESEARCH PROJECT

(And become a beer taster or zytholoog if you will)

Coola a bottle of PaceMaker© and one of your other favoriteamber coloredbeers. Pour the beers into separate glasses and taste them one after the other every 5 minutes for the next 30 minutes or so. Download the beer data sheet, fill out the evaluation and let us know how PaceMaker© compares to your favoritebeer. As time passes, beers often lose taste, become dull or even undrinkable as they warm up. PaceMaker©doesn’t! All DR BLUES beers taste rich until the last sip.