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Trappist beers

There are 12 Trappist breweries in the world. Only beers brewed in an abbey, under the supervision of a anastic community of the Cistercian tradition, have the right to this rigorously controlled label of origin. The 6 trappist beers in Belgium are Achel, Orval, Chimay, Rochefort, Westmalle and Westvleteren. Of the 6 Belgian trappist beers, 3 are brewed in Wallonia. We find the other Trappist breweries in Austria, France, Italy, USA and Holland (2). These are top fermentation beers with after-fermentation in the bottle.

Abbey beers

As the designation " bière d'Abbaye" ( abbey beer) has always been synonymous with quality and tradition, many breweries have used it. In fact these beers are not brewed by monks. Some even carry the names of abbey which have never existed. The term abbey may indicate that the beer is brewed in the way used by monks, that there is an abbey nearby or, simply, that there is a monk on the label. These beers have no specific characteristics. In the last few years, a new category of Abbey beers has appeared. These are beers produced by a private brewery, installed within the confines of a abbey deserted by the original occupants in the past ( Abbaye des Rocs, Val Dieu, Abbaye d'Aulne...)

Christmas Beers

Many breweries produce special beers during December. Some are stronger than the usual beers, others are spiced.

Flanders Red

A Flanders Red, are commonly referred to as the "red" beers of West Flanders. Belgian Red Beers are typically light-bodied brews with reddish-brown colors. They are infamous for their distinct sharp, fruity, sour and tart flavours which are created by special yeast strains. Very complex beers, they are produced under the age old tradition of long-term cask aging in oak, and the blending of young and old beers.

Geuze Lambic Fruits

At 400 years old, Lambics have been in production longer than any other commercially brewed beer. They are brewed in Brussels is much the same way as they have been since the 16th century. Lambics are unique among other beers in that they rely on spontaneous fermentation to brew. Yeasts aren't added into the kettle like other beers, the nfermented brew is instead run into an open copper tank that is stored in the attic of the brewery. The windows are left open to allow the brew to cool. This is where the wild, airborne yeasts interact with the beer. Later, it is stored for up to three years in wooden barrels, compounding the process and giving lambics their completely unique and unforgettable flavor and body. This unique brewing style also leads to a unique drinking experience. Lambic bears little resemblance to most beers you have probably tasted. Crisp, earthy, dry, tart, sometimes bordering on downright sour. Unblended lambics are a rarity. Usually, lambics are blended with fruity flavors to make them more accessible. Remember, though, not all fruit beers are lambics.

Gluten Free

Gluten-free beer is beer made from ingredients that do not contain gluten such as millet, rice, sorghum, buckwheat or corn (maize). Gluten-free beer is part of a gluten-free diet. People who have gluten intolerance (including celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis sufferers) have a reaction to certain proteins in the grains commonly used to make beer, barley and wheat. The hordein found in barley and the gliadin found in wheat are types of gluten that can trigger symptoms in sufferers of these diseases. 

Low/No Alcohol

Non-alcoholic beer has become increasingly popular in recent years. Actually, 'low alcohol' is a better name, because the beer still contains alcohol, but an extremely low percentage. Non-alcoholic beers may contain up to 0.1% alcohol, which is fifty times less than the alcohol percentage of an average lager.


Pils is the all-around beer. It is the most produced and most consumed in the world and the largest international breweries are essentially based on this type of beer. Helping along its wide popularity, it is considered by a large number among us to be an excellent beer to accompany daily meals, as an alternative to wine or "table beer". But a lesser-know fact about Pils is that it is above all a "modern" beer since it is produced using techniques discovered just at the end of the XIXth century. Since then, through no real effort of its own, it has driven a series of other beers into oblivion. And althought it seems to be slowing slightly in recent times, due to specialty beers being drunk in higher quantities than ten or twenty years ago, it still leads the pack and is the preferred beer of Belgians in terms of litres consumed.

Special beers

There are many beers with different characters, whether due to their flavour, level of alcohol, region of production, colour, etc. One might think that the belong to no category. In reality, there are all placed in a category know as " Belgian Specials" , a bit of a catch-all, but distinguished by the fact that these beers are found only in Belgium.

Season beers

These beers are particularly brewed in the Hainaut province. Originally they were produced by brewer farmers during the winter months, then kept for consumption in the summer. The beer had to be robust enough to keep for several months but not too strong, as it was to serve as a thirst-quenching drink for the harvesting period. Season beers are generally orange-tinted. They are top fermented and bottled in champagne-style bottles. Their carbonisation and sharpness are very refreshing. There is an emphasis on fruitness in the flavour. They are sometimes spicy .

White beers

This is a category of beers based on wheat, which are very refreshing, generally flavoured ( coriander, orange peel, etc..). Specialities of the Louvain region, the white beers, which are so called because their pale colour, were originally made from barley ( about 45%), wheat ( 45 %) and oats ( 10%). After the First World War production was stopped, following restrictions on oats and wheat. Since then production has started up again in the region, but only with barley and wheat. Hoegaarden is the beer mainly concerned.

Kasteel Rubus Framboise 7% - 1/3L
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Kasteel Rubus Framboise is the beer of eternal summer: brewed with real raspberries and beautifully balanced between sweet and bitter.
La Bestiale Blond 6,2% - 1/3L
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La blonde légère is a sassy beer with a bright blonde complexion. Fresh and thirst-quenching with its lemon and grapefruit flavors, it nevertheless retains its personality and… bestiality
Blanche de Namur Appel 3,1% - 1/4L
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The Apple version of the Blanche de Namur.
Very soft, with a base of fresh apple juice. It will be beautiful and even more refreshing in a cocktail or a granita.
St Feuillien Quadrupel 11° - 1/3L
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St-Feuillien Quadruple is a very dark and dense beer. She is noticeably alcoholic. She dis- tinguishes herself by a complex and finely caramelized aroma and with shades of Madeira wine and candied fruit and an intense touch of fermentation esters (banana type). A slight hoppy smell (English style) completes the whole. The mouth is long with a powerful body built on the density and generous apparent extract. The bitterness is present but sweet and blends harmoniously with the malty struc- ture. The selection of special malts raises the chocolate side with the nuances of coconut. The saturation is average.
La Trappe Alcohol FREE 0,0° - 1/3L
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La Trappe Nillis is a dark, amber-coloured Trappist beer with an off-white head. The accessible non-alcoholic Trappist beer has an extensive malty, caramel-sweet aftertaste. The smell of malt and caramel merges with the fresh and fruity aromas produced by the yeast and hops.
Cornet Alcohol FREE 0,3° - 1/3L
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CORNET Oaked Alcohol-free is an alcohol-free blonde Belgian beer that is flavoured by adding oak chips during brewing. Everything starts with CORNET Oaked. We remove the alcohol from the beer, but retain as much as possible of its unique wood character and subtle vanilla touch. What remains is a smooth and extremely tasty, alcohol-free speciality beer.
Hoegaarden Rosée Alcohol FREE 0,0 - 1/4L
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Avoiding Radler, a mixture of beer and lemonade, the Brabant brewery offers us here a more malty and fruity drink, with a very sweet character but a certain presence. Without being unpleasant, the Rosée is very sweet and the taste of beer disappears behind this presence.
Kwaremont Alcohol FREE 0,3° - 1/3L
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The Kwaremont 0.3 is the alcohol-free little sister of the Kwaremont.
Whether you want to party responsibly or quench your thirst after intense exertion, Kwaremont 0.3 has you covered.
This attacking blonde has a full-bodied temperament with a spicy touch and a pronounced thirst-quenching finish.
Chouffe Alcohol FREE 0,4° - 1/3L
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Discover a new beer that does have the unique flavour of Chouffe (which gnomes just go crazy for) but that doesn’t have any alcohol in it.
Estaminet Alcohol FREE 0,0° - 1/4L
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Estaminet 0.0 is a refreshing non-alcoholic Belgian beer. Refreshing and full of flavor thanks to the expertise of our brewers, this alcohol-free variant is a sensible and tasty alternative.
Viven Champagner Weisse 4,8° - 1/3L
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Festive nose, special structure. Deliciously creamy blond with floral hints. Refreshing when it hits the tongue followed by a soft af- tertaste. The uncrowned king of the aperitif!
Viven Nada IPA 0,3° - 1/3L
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Soft character supported by aromahops. This fruity non-alcoholic alternative is to be enjoyed endlessly. Comparable to a floral New England IPA, balanced in the aftertaste. Fruity and fresh the evening itself, and the day after!
Viven New England IPA 4,1° - 1/3L
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The answer of the brewers to the newest hype within the IPA-style. Hazy, tropical and full of aroma as a New England IPA should be. A pleasant tickle for the tongue on hot days.
Dame Jeanne Brut Sur Lie 8.5° - 1/3L
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The Brut sur Lie starts with hints of apple, pear and pink grapefruit followed by more exotic fruit flavors such as peach and apricot with a typical hop-like aftertaste. The Brut sur Lie is very suitable as an aperitif drink for an intimate dinner at home or as a festive opener during a reception. This fine brut beer will charm both the gentlemen and the
ladies and convince both beer and wine lovers... a real crowd pleaser.
Gageleer Free Alcohol 1/3L
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Gageleer No Alcohol is a pale yellow beer with a white head. In the nose fruity and malty scents with hints of gale for the finest noses and taste buds. Malt in the mouth and softly sweet, little bitter. None of them predominant, but despite the absence of alcohol a broad and balanced taste palette. Gageleer No Alcohol is a refreshingly tasty beer.
XX Pale Grand Cru 6.0° - 1/3L
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XX Grand Cru contains 6% alcohol and is a slow-aged beer that lingers for XX (20) months in oak barrels. The result is perfection in your glass; our master brewer selects the best barrels and creates his masterly blend of 100% ‘Foederbier’. Enjoy the feeling as the beer caresses your palate and discover hitherto unknown sensations.
Chimay Grande Réserve Oak aged (2022) Whisky 75cl
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From March 14, 2022, Chimay will be offering for sale its 2022 edition of the Grande Réserve, fermented in barrels that once contained the Belgian whisky, Gouden Carolus Single Malt. This is the result of a Belgian-Belgian collaboration, between Flemings and Walloons, united by their passion for exceptional products.
"Grande Réserve" is an exceptional beer that is fermented in barrels. The beer enjoys a triple fermentation and a long maturation in barrels. Grande Réserve is neither filtered nor pasteurised and has an inimitable round and woody taste.

Oude Kriek Jart-Telle 6° - 37,5cl
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An Oude Kriek of traditional unfiltered blend of home-brewed lambics, spontaneous fermentation, matured in oak barrels. The lambic is macerated with fresh cherries for 6 months.
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De Meester Maitre Tripel 8,5° - 1/3L
Clear golden-orange, small, foamy, white head. Aroma of ripe apricot, pear, apple, honey, clove, dough, fruit liqueur, vague varnish. Taste has sweet apricot, pear & soft banana, honeyish and doughy malty profile with spicy clove-like bitterness for a phenolic effect. Floral hoppy finish, lingering ripe fruit yet something dry-yeasty too to balance things out; rather boozy rum-like alcohol in the very end. Medium body, oily texture, fizzy carbonation. Good, sweetness was actually kept in check but eventually a bit too heavy on the alcohol.
Wittoen Tripel 7° - 1/3L
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"Gruut"  was a  spice mixture  used in the  Middle Ages  to flavor the light beer. The herbal mixture contained oat sage, trout, yarrow, rosemary, gale, pine needles and dead nettle. Hops were introduced later by the German monks and as a result the herbs disappeared.

For the Wittoen we do it the other way around and we replace the hops again with a  number of old-fashioned herbs . In the end we obtain a subtly flavoured,  amber colored beer . Definitely taste it!
Bockor Pils 5,2° - 1/4L
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Barley, maize grits, fine hops and water are the ingrediënts for the lager wort. This wort, Bockor-specific, gets semened with an typical brewery low yeast.  

After the yeast period of approximately ten days, where the typical flavour package of our lager is determined, the young beer is cooled down to 0°C and gets it through a maturization of 3 weeks.

By a double filtration, Bockor gets its golden color and its clearness.

Bockor has a nice foam head when the beer is poured professionally in a clean, degreased glass. The smell has a nice touch of hops and a subtle bitterness.
Freedom Pils 5,2° - 1/4L
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Freedom pils is a high quality German style pilsner with an alcohol content of 5.2%.
Gulden Draak Smoked 10,5° - 1/3L
For the creation of the Gulden Draak Smoked, we go back to the ancient tradition of malt drying: smoking malt. This resulted in a smoked touch of the malt which you afterwards also could find in the beer. This typical smoky taste was lost over the years because the malt drying techniques were made considerably more efficient.

The use of smoked malt in combination with the specialty of Brewery Van Steenberge has a spectacular result: a heavy quality beer of high fermentation with a secondary fermentation in the bottle, baptized as Gulden Draak Smoked. The smoked malt in the recipe gives the beer a velvety soft roasted taste.
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Maredret Altus 6,8° - 1/3L
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Discover the beers of the Sisters of Maredret Abbey, a range brewed with spelt and plants, inspired by Saint Hildegard of Bingen. Spelt provides floral, nutty and slightly bitter notes and supports the yeasty aromas of the Altus. The use of plants, notably cloves and juniper berries for Altus, gives it its unique taste.
Maredret Altus develops a warm spiced bouquet with notes of clove, hay and juniper berries. The hop aromas will remind you of freshly cut grass and the caramel flavours give this abbey beer a comforting edge.
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Maredret Triplus 8° - 1/3L
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Discover the beers of the Sisters of Maredret Abbey, a range brewed with spelt and plants, inspired by Saint Hildegard of Bingen.Spelt provides floral, nutty and slightly bitter notes and supports the strong, spiced flavour of the Triplus while providing a subtle acidity. The use of plants in Triplus, including coriander and sage, gives it a unique taste.
Maredret Triplus has a pleasant spring fragrance with citrus notes and a slightly woody finish. Triplus is also characterised by strong aromas of spices, from sage to galangal and laurel.
Leroy Cuvée Watou Rouge 8,5° - 1/3L
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Cuvée Watou Rouge has a blood red color that is taken over in the creamy foam head. When tasting, the first thing that stands out is the sweet fruit aroma, after which the taste of cherries and raspberries takes over. The soft aftertaste that does not stick too much creates a feeling for more. In short: summer in a glass.
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Grimbergen Ignis Quadruple 10,0° - 1/3L
Ignis Quadruple is inspired by the story of the fathers' indomitable reconstruction of what the flames took. Just like the monastery, the beer is a symbol of the strength of the fathers, their courage and their ability to look ahead.
Generous notes of malt, oak, caramel and hazelnuts, supported by a dark warming fruitiness inspired by the monastery's conservatory.
The strong dark fruitiness goes well with venison and simmering food, while the beer's smoke notes make it ideal for cold-smoked meat and fish such as smoked salmon or halibut.
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Grimbergen Astrum Pale Ale 6,0° - 1/3L
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Inspired by the fathers who work at Grimbergen's famous observatory MIRA, our brewmasters have searched the world's farthest corners in the hunt for exactly the hop that best makes our novelty sparkle.
The mild and delicious malt taste is lifted in the encounter with the large fruity notes of Papaya, passion fruit and gooseberry. The sweetness and bitterness are elegantly balanced and offer a lively and refreshing taste and a clean and crisp aftertaste.
The beer's perfect balance makes it extremely suitable for BBQ. Its refreshing properties go well with fried fish, while the bitterness goes well with most cheeses, both firm and soft
Grimbergen Magnum Opus Brut 8,0° - 1/3L
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Magnus Opus gives an elegant and festive impression solely by its crystal clear appearance and golden sparkling liveliness. But it certainly does not get worse by the fact that it contains delicate fruity notes of pear, orange, apple, vanilla on a delicious base of golden malts.
A complex lively brew with a delicate, almost perfumed floral scent. Discreet malt character and light fruity notes of pear, orange and apple. Crispy, refreshing mouthfeel and a clean dry aftertaste.
The vinous dry balance makes Magnum Opus perfect for everything good from the sea, not least seafood and fish served with alloy sauce. The elegant liveliness makes it an obvious candidate for festive dishes such as canapés with air-dried ham etc.
Hapkin BIPA 6,7° - 1/3L
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This Belgian-style IPA (BIPA) is an unfiltered, blond beer that is characterized by a subtle dry-hopping with sabro, amarillo and centennial hops.
These aroma hops give Hapkin Bipa its typical, fresh fruity taste with notes of citrus, peach and mango. (alc. 6.7% vol.)
St Hubertus Blanche 5.0° -1/3L
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Thanks to this beer’s cloudy paleness and sparkling acidity, you can be sure it will refresh your best times on the terrace.
Or any other outdoor activities, so long as they include people with taste.
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Elfique Cuberdon Royal 5.5° - 1/3L
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Beer made from Elfique Blanche and Cuberdon syrup prepared by the last artisan confectioner in Belgium (Le Roi du Cuberdon).
Chérie Framboos 3.5° - 1/3L
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Chérie is a sweet wheat beer with flavors of cherry, raspberry, pomegranate and peach. Great for a sunny summer evening.
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Waterloo Red Cherry 8° - 1/3L
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Waterloo Red Cherry is a perfect blend between a brown beer and natural cherry juice, resulting into a balanced red fruit beer with a subtle lemon touch. The lambic used is brewed by Timmermans, the oldest lambic brewery in the world (1702).
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La Petite Redoutable IPA 5° - 1/3L
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Crafted in Belgium by master brewer Bruno de Ghorain, the petite redoutable is a high fermentation blond beer refermented in the bottle, unfiltered and produced using the dry-hopping technique.
La Corne du Bois des Pendus Quadrupel 12° - 1/3L
La Corne du Bois des Pendus Quadruple is a beer with character brewed by the Brasserie d'Ebly in Belgium.
A novelty at the Ebly brewery, La Corne du Bois des Pendus Quadruple !!
This golden and powerful amber beer with an alcohol content of 12 degrees will delight your palate with its woody and bourbon vanilla notes.
A woody note, a touch of vanilla, this powerful beer will have something to seduce you and warm your heart during the winter period.
Chimay 150 10° - 1/3L
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An authentic trappist beer
Chimay 150 is a strong, blond beer that is refreshing and fruity, tasty and intense. Its mint, bergamot, lime and eucalyptus aromas will take you on a surprising journey. Its delicate hints of rosemary and clove go perfectly with the subtle floral notes, enhanced by a touch of invigorating ginger. Its mellow, rounded body and smoky, spicy flavour are typical of Chimay beers, and will leave you with an exquisitely sophisticated aftertaste.
Chimay 150 was brewed for the first time in 2012, as a limited edition (150,000 bottles), for the brewery’s 150th anniversary.
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De Dochter van de Korenaar Bravoure 6.5° - 1/3L
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Warm amber coloured smokey beer with high fermentation, 6.5% vol.

Bravoure takes its smoke flavor from a good dose of “Bamberg Rauchmalz” smoked with beech wood. The subtle smokey aspects combine very well with the slightly sweet caramel notes of the ‘Cara-Munich malt. This results in a balanced smoky beer with a subtle caramel flavor.
Ideal with smoked meats and barbecue.

Style: Smoke Beer
Chouffe Blanche 6.5° - 1/3L
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A slightly cloudy, golden coloured, full-bodied wheat beer with a wonderful fresh flavour and a rich, slightly cistrusy aroma.
De Leite Cuvée Oncle Pol 6.0° - 1/3L
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The beer is soft-sour ‘Flemish red-brown’. A blend between a brown beer that could ripen for over a year in oak barrels and a young blond beer. The love for family and art is a most important pillar at Brewery De Leite. The father of brewer Luc was the 7th child in a family of 9. The friendship between the 8th in row, uncle Pol, and nephew Luc is deep. Cuvée Oncle Pol is dedicated to him. When introducing the beer, the brewer had conspired with the children of his uncle to give him a big surprise. They arrived with their father at the brewery ‘just to taste a beer’. At that moment, the brewer could proudly and happily present his dear uncle with the first bottle of this new beer.
De Leite Enfant Terriple 8.2° - 1/3L
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The love between Femme Fatale and Bon Homme issued a sprog! The first triple beer by Brewery De Leite was born. The couple baptised their first offspring under the name ‘Enfant Terriple’. A ‘unpredictable’ playful beer. (do you see the pun with ‘triple’?). The Enfant Terriple is a ‘devilishly’ sunny blond beer of 8.2 volume with a playful nose. A subtle bitterness with a faint-fine citrus touch that is enveloped in a sober spicy malt taste. The agreeable bitterness lingers long. For connoisseurs with a bright outlook on life.
Patton - Le Général 8.5° - 1/3L
The absence of filtration and the refermentation in the bottle explain the deposits that can be found at the bottom of the bottles.
The attack is fresh, long in the mouth with a balanced bitterness.
It smells so typically like the Belgian triples do. It still gives off fine aromas of primary fermentation that already tickle the taste buds.
Stella Artois 0,0% - 1/4L
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Stella Artois 0.0% is an alcohol-free lager that stays true to the classic Stella Artois and was launched in Belgium in June 2020. This lager contains only 46kcal per 25cl. That is less than half of a normal lager beer. Due to the combination of Belgian Brewing expertise and the best natural ingredients; this non-alcoholic lager is bursting with flavor.
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Maes Zero % - 1/4L
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Maes OO% is a 100% alcohol-free beer. The beer has a perfectly balanced refreshing flavor thanks to its fruity aromas and light malt notes. In addition, with its 20kcal / 100ml, it is particularly low in calories. First, the Maes OO% is fermented, after which the alcohol is extracted from it. Maes OO% is an ideal alternative for friends who are looking for an alcohol-free alternative for shared moments… with friends.
Liefmans Fruitesse 0,0% - 1/4L
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Just like the Liefmans Fruitesse you trust and love but simply without alcohol: that's Liefmans Fruitesse Alcohol Free for you! Treat yourself to the same fruity bouquet of cherry, raspberry, blueberry, elderberry and strawberry. Served on the rocks this refreshing alcohol free beer gives adds a sparkle to your every day. Cheers!