RODENBACH Grand Cru consists of one-third young beer and two-thirds oak-matured beer for two years. The result is a complex beer with a great deal of wood and esters, vinous and with a very long aftertaste, just like a vintage wine.
Michael Jackson rightly called this beer a
"World Classic" and "the Burgundy of Belgium".
RODENBACH Grand Cru spends a much longer time on average in the oak casks of the Roeselare cathedral of beer, which results in a more pronounced version of this beer style.