La Goudale refers to a blond old-style beer brewed by Les Brasseurs de Gayant in France during the Middle Ages, Goudale is a lager beer of top fermentation. Culled from an original medieval recipe, Goudale is a historic name.
This beer is made from special malts and flavored with Flemish hops from Flanders. Goudale is a golden beer, dense, tasty and long in the mouth.
Alcohol content is 7.2 \% ABV

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