Hopus has its origins in a secret cuvée brewed for the wedding of brewer Paul Lefebvre. Originally baptized “La Cuvée des Mariés” (“The Newlywed Cuvée”), the Lefebvre family eventually gave it a universal name, Hopus, a contraction of Hop (hops) and opus (work), thus sanctifying the fruit of the earth and the brewer’s labor.
|Type of beer
|Strong blond beer
|Blond with golden highlights, topped with a generous head.
|Unique and original nose thanks to its 5 hops. Blend of malty, floral, citrus and fruit notes.
|Powerful bitterness featuring a festival of hoppy and fruity notes. It offers a balanced, long and powerful bitterness.
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