Vaucluse Cellars

58 New South Head Rd Vaucluse NSW 2030

Opening Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9.00am  -7.00pm 

Friday & Saturday       9.00am - 8.00pm 

Sunday & Public Holidays 10.00am - 7.00pm 

Closed New Years Day Good Friday Christmas Day 

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Online prices are stated as single units as part of a mixed/straight dozen purchase or more. A 'Short Case Surcharge' of 25% is applied to purchases less than 12 units, plus freight if applicable.

Deus Brut Des Flandres Beer
The beer is fermented, somewhat conditioned, and shipped off to the Champagne region of France, where it's placed in caves for twelve months of pampered maturation. This is the traditional process of remuge that's used to produce the region's finest champagnes.
Price :
$50.00
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A fluted champagne glass is ideal for serving. The beer pours with an intense foam that rocks up and easily overflows the glass. Miniscule champagne-like bubbles emanate from the bottom and sides of the glass as the beer emits a rousing aroma of refined malt, yeast and a hint of undisclosed spices. Patience is required as the beer settles. The first sip reveals its fragile malt underpinnings, warming 11.5 percent alcohol center and dancing complexity of yeast-contributed fruity character and an enticing earthy/mustiness that points back, at least figuratively, to its underground maturation. By design, its easy to confuse with a champagne, but the beer wins in the end, primarily because of the its telltale bitterness, which lingers after the swallow and fades into a long and dry, almost cleansing finish.

750ml. Cork closure

No short case surcharge on this item

Deus Brut Des Flandres Beer
The beer is fermented, somewhat conditioned, and shipped off to the Champagne region of France, where it's placed in caves for twelve months of pampered maturation. This is the traditional process of remuge that's used to produce the region's finest champagnes.
NEW PRICE :
$50.00

A fluted champagne glass is ideal for serving. The beer pours with an intense foam that rocks up and easily overflows the glass. Miniscule champagne-like bubbles emanate from the bottom and sides of the glass as the beer emits a rousing aroma of refined malt, yeast and a hint of undisclosed spices. Patience is required as the beer settles. The first sip reveals its fragile malt underpinnings, warming 11.5 percent alcohol center and dancing complexity of yeast-contributed fruity character and an enticing earthy/mustiness that points back, at least figuratively, to its underground maturation. By design, its easy to confuse with a champagne, but the beer wins in the end, primarily because of the its telltale bitterness, which lingers after the swallow and fades into a long and dry, almost cleansing finish.

750ml. Cork closure

No short case surcharge on this item

Deus Brut Des Flandres Beer
The beer is fermented, somewhat conditioned, and shipped off to the Champagne region of France, where it's placed in caves for twelve months of pampered maturation. This is the traditional process of remuge that's used to produce the region's finest champagnes.
Price :
$50.00
Quantity :

A fluted champagne glass is ideal for serving. The beer pours with an intense foam that rocks up and easily overflows the glass. Miniscule champagne-like bubbles emanate from the bottom and sides of the glass as the beer emits a rousing aroma of refined malt, yeast and a hint of undisclosed spices. Patience is required as the beer settles. The first sip reveals its fragile malt underpinnings, warming 11.5 percent alcohol center and dancing complexity of yeast-contributed fruity character and an enticing earthy/mustiness that points back, at least figuratively, to its underground maturation. By design, its easy to confuse with a champagne, but the beer wins in the end, primarily because of the its telltale bitterness, which lingers after the swallow and fades into a long and dry, almost cleansing finish.

750ml. Cork closure

No short case surcharge on this item

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