Oud Bruin e Flemish Red

These are two relatively similar styles, typical of Flanders, both deriving from the blend of young and aged beers. They differ mainly in the type of ripeness they are subjected to: Oud Bruins in steel tanks, Flemish Reds in wooden vats. This style is characterized by a sweet-acetic taste and smell, due to the non-fermentable sugars left behind during production, especially in Flemish ones.