Review: A bit too strong for my taste. Undoubtedly a well made beer, I found it a bit to strong, both in terms of flavour, and alcohol, for me.
Date of Review: Fri, 23 May 2008
Author: Lee Hyde
Review: Flemish for "Devil", and it certainly is at 8.5% abv, but what a fantastic beer! Recently read an interview with a british beer producer, when asked what his favourite beer was, of course he named the one he was producing. But when they asked him what his favourite beer from outside of the UK was, he replied "Duvel, it's genius". Couldn't agree more.
Today, the Duvel Today, the Duvel Moortgat group, founded in 1871, is an independent producer of authentic speciality beers and premium brands. Around the world, the group is considered to be the leading producer of blond, bottle conditioned, high fermentation beers, a dominant position owed largely to the success of its best-selling product Duvel.
A niche player, Duvel Moortgat occupies a leading position in the strategic segments of speciality beers and premium brands like Duvel, Maredsous, Bel Pils and Vedett.