Viven Brown is made by a renewed recipe. The fine balance between the malt and the keys of the licorice especially in the aftertaste care for a surprise for your palate. This beer is the perfect meal companion.
Adelardus abbey beer is the youngest descendant of our beers. This dark brown beer was made for the open house days of the abbey. Adelardus was one of the most important abbots for the abbey of Trudo and the city Sint-Truiden. He built the tower and rebuilded the existing church into one of the most monumental churches of that time. The ingredients are: brewing liqour, malt, yeast, hop, candy and ‘sweet gale’. ‘Sweet gale’ is a mixture of ten spices from the region, which gives the beer his typical flavour. The alcohol content of this abbey beer is 7 % vol.alc.
Clear medium yellow color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, white head. Aroma is moderate malty, toasted, light to moderate hoppy, grass. Flavor is moderate sweet and bitter with a average to long duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft.
The ‘Bink blond’ was the first who came out of the barrels. It’s a beer of high fermentation, unfiltered and not pasteurized, with secundary fermentation in the bottle. This beer with a hoppy character is the perfect thirst-quencher. The ingredients are: two types of malt, two belgian types of hop, brewing liquor and yeast. Our ‘Bink blond’ is a fresh and lightly digestable beer with a hoppy flavour and a bitter aftertaste. The alcohol content of this ‘powerful’ beer is 5,5 % vol.alc.
Dark brown in color. Plentiful, thick, long lasting head. Fruity, malty with a roasted, smooth taste. Poured a dark beer with a huge head with super great retention. Aroma is comprised of a mix of spices and roastiness. The mix of spices and roastiness is also very present in the taste and very enjoyable and is also accompanied by strong hops. Body is quite strong with good carbonation. The alcohol is extremely subtle which is a plus when you have a 9% beer. Overall, this is another great beer from a very underrated brewery.
A clean natural tasting brew with undertones of fresh raspberries and a wonderful aroma.
US Open Beer Championship, Belgian Lambic, 2009, for Lindemans Framboise.
WINNER, HK International Beer Awards, Fruit Beer Winner, 2009, for Lindemans Framboise.
WINNER, HK International Beer Awards, Fruit Beer Winner, 2010, for Lindemans Framboise.
Clear gold-brown colour and fine bubbled medium head. Delicate fragrant floral hops and faint chicken yard yeasty aromas. Medium to full bodied yeasty flavour. Balanced but a rather soft bitter-sweet palate with not that much jingling the oral nerve endings. Shortish, smooth, balanced finish. Best feature – aroma, poorest is the flavour
Hazy orangish-light brown wih a white flanel blanket that lasts fairly well. Banana and clove aroma with wafts of solventy higher alcohols. Also smells like fresh wort, appearing to be somewhat underattenuated. Flavor surprisingly bland wiht banana-clove, ethanol, spicy malt, and, again surprisingly, not very sweet. Bitterness barely detectable. Nondescript fruity notes. Medium body in feel, with lots of carbonation.
Special blond beer, CHOUFFE Soleil (Sun) is delicately fruity beer, with refreshing flavors. This is the perfect drink to celebrate the arrival of spring. CHOUFFE Sun is unfiltered and re-fermented in the bottle as well as in the keg. Seasonal beer available from mid-April to mid-October.