A BELGIAN abbey beer brewed to mature in the bottle has been launched by Miller Brands.
St Stefanus Grand Cru is produced to the traditional recipe of a ‘tripel’ brew, which is said to add depth and complexity to the beer’s taste and aroma.
Sam Rhodes, director of customer marketing at Miller Brands, said the addition of the 9% ABV beer to its world beer portfolio aims to build on the success of St Stefanus Blonde – an unpasteurised, high fermented 7% ABV Belgian abbey beer which it introduced last year.
“By stocking more authentic and quality beers, outlets and retailers can encourage consumers to trade up and maximise profits,” Rhodes said.
Image – The new beer has an ABV of 9%.