Produced by ripening of cherries (both the flesh and the seeds) in young Lambic. This process takes between 6 to 8 months. After bottling the beer matures for at least 4 months in a warm room where the spontaneous fermentation in the bottle is done.
Strong tripel-style ale, hints of caramel and spice, slightly toffeeish. Lovely quality.
Smooth, rich blonde ale, hints of toffee and spice on the nose, notes of fruit (melons, redcurrants) and some chocolate, followed by a long rich finish.
Rich dark ale, lots of dried fruit and christmas cake aroma, soft and smooth on the tongue and a rich finish with hints of dark caramel
Top quality abbey ale, smooth and surprisingly easy to drink. Fairly dry, with subtle spice notes.
Wonderful quality 'grand cru' version of the standard Augustijn, with a point more alcohol, and slightly richer in the body and the finish
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A selection of 12 different beers from Belgium, representing the main beer styles available in this country, famous for its variety of beers. Pack contains:
Floris Passion (Belgian ale, 33cl, 3.6% abv)
Unusual wheat-based fruit beer,...
Complex raspberry beer, with a characteristic tart finish and slightly dusty hop notes
Complex, winey gueuze, quite dry with a refreshingly tart finish
Aged in barrel Nr 109 - ex Cognac barrel (4th fill, previous fills were blended into geuze, because the cognac flavours were too noticeable)
Oude geuze single cask "79". The Lambic was left in the cask one year longer than for the VAT 44 and VAT 77.
This traditional South-West Flemish beer makes your taste buds wake up with a big boost. Once your senses are acquired, they experience a complex blend of generous aromas, complemented with red fruit, wood and green apple. Lactic acid dominates the taste. This red brown beer is a blend of old and...
A mildly sour starter harmonizes with the taste of green apple and cranberry. A hint of white currant and miracle. The effluent is slightly acidic and strongly drying.
Complex and malty tripel, very aromatic, with lots of spice on the nose and in the long finish
Zot is a golden-blond beer with a rich froth and a fruity flavouring. The beer is brewed with four different kinds of malt and two aromatic varieties of hop which give the beer its unique taste.
Solid, sturdy Abbey ale from a well-respected priducer. Full-flavoured and robust
Zot is brewed with 6 special kinds of malt, which give the beer a rich taste. The worldly renowned Saaz hop from Zatec has been chosen to give the beer its unique bitter note. Brugse Zot double is a full and stronger beer, highly appreciated by beerlovers.
Pierre Celis revived the Hoegaarden brewery in the mid-1960's. This is his version of the classic witbier. Softer and smoother than Hoegaarden Wit, and definitely worth trying
One of the best beers in the world, this deep, rich ale has a powerful nose of dried fruit and hints of spice, a complex rounded palate, and a long evolving finish with hints of port and dark berry fruit.
The champagne-cork closure allows this pale, dry ale to mature over time, gaining a complexity that the 33cl bottling never attains.