The beer undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle which gives it a full and rounded taste. This also means that the beer contains fresh, live yeast and the flavour changes in the bottle. The yeast also gives the beer its characteristic cloudy colour. Furthermore, it brings the beer’s alcohol content back to the original 5% ABV.
The Vanneste family used raw, unmalted wheat for its wheat beer. This gives the beer a particularly refreshing character and sets it apart from other wheat beers on the market.
Finally, the beer is being brewed once again with 100% Belgian hops from “Westhoek” region as in the past, namely, the Magnum hop. This hop gives the beer both a subtle bitterness and spiciness.