CORNET is an oaked, strong, blond Belgian beer (Alc. 8.5% Vol.). Its subtle touch of vanilla is achieved by adding oak chips during brewing. Brewed in honour of Salomon de Maldeghem, Knight in the 11th century.
Top Fermentation – bottle conditioned (8,5% ABV); keg (8,3% ABV),
CORNET is named after Theodoor Cornet, steward of the ‘Diepensteyn Castle’. He ordered brewery Den Hoorn to brew an exclusive beer for the Count of Steenhuffel / Maldeghem in honour of his ancestor Salomon de Maldeghem, Knight in the 11th century. Today, CORNET is an oaked, strong, blond top-fermented beer (Alc. 8.5% Vol.). Its subtle touch of vanilla is achieved by adding oak chips during brewing.
Authentic – Historical - Strong (character) - Adventurous
For drinking to relax or as a personal treat
… especially alone, but also in a small group
Experiencing CORNET makes one feel privileged
2014 - World Beer Awards - Gold
2014 - Horeca Expo - Baanbreker Award
2014 - Europe's Best Oaked Beer - World Beer Awards
2015 - Belgium's Best Oaked Beer - World Beer Awards
2016 - World Beer Awards - Silver
- 20 l Keg
- 33 cl Bottle