Archives par étiquette : Belge

BINCHOISE  »BELGE » 5°

Brewed by La Binchoise brewery, this beer is a Belgian special beer, amber, refermented in bottle, to which a dry hopping brings a wind of freshness and modernity.
Clear amber colour with a fine head and a correct lacing, floral hoppiness with notes of caramel, medium-bodied, fine bitterness, the finish is quite dry, moderately malty with reminiscence of caramel – fresh and subtle Orange to pale in color. Little to no head. Low carbonation. Aroma is slightly citric and phonelic hinting at roasted malts. Light body, roasty and citric flavor. Clean finish, dry with little aftertaste.
La-Binchoise-Belge-Belgian-Beer

Triporteur From Heaven 6.2°

A heavily hopped beer brewed using home-baked malt. Triporteur From Heaven is the modern version of traditional hopped ale. It is a heavenly beer brewed with home-baked BOM malt. The wheat malt in the unfiltered beer can produce a light cloudiness. The taste of Heaven remains evolving in the bottle.
Cloudy golden yellow with very big white head. Fruity and flowery hoppy aroma with notes of grapefruit and pineapple, backed by slightly bready malt and a tinge of Belgian yeasty spice. Moderately bitter flavour, medium to light bodied with a dry and crisp mouthfeel. Mildly (cara-)malty taste with fruity and slightly resiny hops; quite dry and bitter hoppy finish with an aromatically hoppy tail and a light but also rounded malty sweetness.
Triporteur-From-Heaven-Belgian-Beer

Triporteur From Heaven

Silly Sour 5.5°

The Silly Sour has been part of our range ever since our brewery was founded by Marcelin Meynsbrughen in 1850. It is brewed with 13% of young beer and 87% of aged beer. The result is a complex beer, fruity and pleasantly acidic. It provides very intense and refreshing sensations.
Pours brown with ruby highlights, thin off white head. The aroma is nutty, slightly rustic yeasty note, hints of tartness. The flavor is cherry, nutty, almost medicinal at times, malty sweetness in the finish. This is a yeast driven beer with the soft acidity clearing my palate after each sip.
Silly-Sour-Ale-Belgian-Beer

SIlly Sour 5.5°

St Feuillien Limited Edition N°2 – 11°

Limited Edition. Single Batch. Aged with Acacia shavings
An amber ale with red and coppery tones, this Barley Wine really stands out thanks to its floral notes, with a hint of freshness studded with caramelized, roasted flavours. The selection of special malts brings out a touch of chocolate, combined with a little bit of coconut. The tannin is brought out by macerated acacia shavings that add a hint of vanilla. If kept in the cellar, this exceptional beer will become even smoother and more striking.
St-Feuillien-Barley-Wine-2-Edition-Belgian-Beer

St Feuillien Limited Edition N°2 – 11°

Scheldebrouwerij Oesterstout 8.5°

What a nice brew! A really dark brown beer with a nice beige head. Beefstock, roasted malts, dried fruits and some alcohol in the aroma. The flavor is much the same, with more emphasis on the roasted malts, tending towards coffee. Also raisins and prunes, beef-stock and some alcohol. Coffee-like finish with bitterness of the same kind. Medium mouthfeel.
Good drinking, enough complexity to savour each sip. Easily a dessert beer, not for the likings of your average. Very enjoyable Stout!
Oesterstout-Belgian-Beer

Scheldebrouwerij Oesterstout 8.5°

Philomene Florale 5.5°

Philomene Florale is a product of the micro-brewery « Brasserie du Clocher » ; literally « Brewery of the Bell Tower”. Indeed, this brewery resides in a totally refurbished former church that was abandoned and in a serious disrepair state.
Philomene Florale is a light blond beer that has a well-balanced flourish and fruity flavour with a crispy finish which serves perfectly its primary goal: to get rid of your thirst. It is produced according to the traditional Belgian beer method from top quality ingredients and with passion.
Philomene-Florale-Belgian-Beer

Philomene Florale 5.5°

Two Faced Jack 10°

From Het Nest brewery.

Now more than ten years ago, a group of friends started a beer tasting club. Every two weeks they came together at one of their homes to drink a good Belgian beer and to discuss beer, women and football. During the years the interest in beer grew. This resulted in following brewing courses in 2007. From that year on, they started “Hobbybrouwerij Het Nest (Home Brewery the Cradle)”. Their first success was a third place at the Open Dutch Championship for home brewers in the “triple” class.
Strong fruity wooden toffee aroma with alcohol and spice notes. Sweetish coke and toast taste with licorice, fruit, and wood notes. Sweetish fruity spicy herbal aftertaste with licorice and earth notes. Excellent balance of wood character, cellar character, freshness, sweetness, and bitterness. Quite impressive..
two-faced-jack-belgian-beer

Two Faced Jack 10°