PURE BLONDE by Jupiler has an extended brewing process, which means more carbs are consumed. The final result is a delicious Belgian pilsner, more refreshing and with 50% fewer calories than the average Belgian pils.
PURE BLONDE is a typical Belgian pils with a slightly hoppy taste. Due to the low amount of sugars, PURE BLONDE has a very mild taste which makes it wonderfully refreshing from first to last drop.
Ingrédients : eau, malt d’orge, maïs, sucre, houblon, extrait d’houblon.
Pure Blonde by Jupiler 3.1° – 1/4L
De Brabandere Wild Quadrupel 10,5° – 1/3L
Delirium Tremens 5L IPS Keg
Brewed at Contreras brewery, Tonneke 5° is a orange amber beer with top fermentation, without secondary fermentation in the bottle or keg. It is a typial Belgian Ale . The beer was already brewed in 1818. Hazy pale amber; slim cream-coloured head, fast gone. Slightly roasted & caramalt nose; bit herbal finish. Again a fresh, grainy & herbal taste on top of sweet & light roasted malts. Biscuit finish. Quite carbonated, the little head notwithstanding. Very refreshing. Nice, refreshing ale.
ALFRED 7.8° – 1/3L
Brewed by Anders brewery.
The first beer created by Brussels Beer Project, elected by more than 850 Brussels’ locals in the summer of 2013, beating 3 competeting prototypes (Alpha, Beta and Gamma). The Delta takes you on a tropical journey through Brussel with its notes of lychee, passion fruit before it strikes you with its refreshing bitterness and indefinite thirst-quenching ability.
Pours slightly hazy golden with a white head. Aroma of fresh bread,lemon,pine resin & banana . Taste s hop forward mango,dankness onion,garlic,orange with some fresh bread & banana & nice bitterness. Light bodied ,well carbonated th finish has more mango ,citrus,pine,banana ,bread with a nice bitterness & some slight stickiness from the hops . This is a really good Belgian new world style IPA. Well made !
BRUSSELS BEER PROJECT DELTA IPA 6.5°
Verhaeghe Barbe Noël 10°
Produced by the brewery De Ranke
Despite Simplex being an ale, it has all the characteristics of an old-styled pils. It is a blond, unfiltered, unpasteurized, hoppy and bitter beer that remains low in alcohol. Resulting in a straw blonde, highly drinkable beer with plenty of flavor and character.
Pours clear golden with a medium, staying creamy white head. Aroma has mild yeast, crisp malts, grassy hops. Medium carbonation, fine dry and quite creamy mouthfeel. Flavour has crisp malts, very soft esters, grassy, piney bitterness. Lingering bitterness, full feel at the end. Wonderful.
De Ranke Simplex 4.5°
Available at https://store.belgianshop.com/special-beers/2221-de-ranke-simplex-45-13l.html
From Ab-Inbev brewery
The hop selected for this Leffe Royale is the hops Ella, original hops from the Derwent Valley in Tasmania. This hops delivers woody, fruity notes of oak, black tea, passion fruit and blackcurrant. Hopping raw.
Probably the most complex Leffe Royale so far. Definitely not a main-stream beer, but high quality. Ella hops is known for it’s complex flavor that doesn’t showcase one or two main flavors and so does this beer. The hop flavor is well embedded in the overall beer aroma.
It is of course advisable to taste the Leffe Royale Ella in its chalice glass. We will appreciate it as an aperitif of course, but also at the table with your summer barbecues for example.
LEFFE ROYALE ELLA 7.5°