Brewed using the finest malts and hops, the Abbaye de Bonne-Espérance beer is characterised by three ancient manufacturing processes that are worthy of its ancient recipe. Boiled over a naked flame. The flames of the coal fire directly lap at the outer sides of the copper kettle. This process is what gives Bonne Espérance its beautiful coppery sheen. No need for colouring. Dry hopping (the process in which the beer matures in the kettle over a thin layer of hops) gives the beer the finesse of its final bitterness. Refermenting the unfiltered beer in the bottle and in a hot chamber are what gives the Bonne Espérance its unmistakable bouquet. Yeasty deposits rich in vitamin B appear in the bottle, proof of the strictly natural and traditional process used to brew this beer.