Beers and Ciders

Hopsinjoor

Import

Gouden Carolus

About Hopsinjoor

Gouden Carolus Hopsinjoor completes the taste pallet of our Carolus beers. “Hopsinjoor” derived from “Opsinjoor”, the typical character of Mechelen and also because of the use of 5 different kinds of hops. These hops are fractioned at a different time during the cooking process in order to conserve a maximum of aroma.

Concerning the taste, the Ale has a gentle taste with a slightly bitter finish. Gouden Carolus Hopsinjoor was launched in 2008 on the Zythos Beer Festival and hit the mark: the visitors elected it as best beer, bringing Het Anker “The Consumer’s trophy Zythos Beer Festival 2008”.

The beer is bottled unfiltered in order to preserve the bitterness of the hop as much as possible.

About Gouden Carolus

Het Anker Brewery is a Flemish brewery in Mechelen, originally founded in 1471 by a community of Beguines. In 1872, the brewery was acquired by Louis Van Breedam, who renamed it Het Anker ("The Anchor") in 1904. Expanding its assortment from lager to ale, it began producing "Emperor beer" after World War II. In 1960 it renamed it "Gouden Carolus," for Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (who was raised in Mechelen).

Distributed by these Blue Ridge Beverage Locations:
Salem, Waynesboro, Lynchburg, South Boston, Abingdon