Pours a clear pale with big, fluffy white head that lingers. As if to accentuate the looks, a lemony smell, some pale malts presence. Aroma vontains hay, resin, lemon, grape, raisin, appleand spices like pepper. Flavor starts off light acidic, to go to sweet and to finish in light bitterness. Drinks pretty decent.
Underground’ immediately raises the image of the miner with a low dust around the face, hard work in the vast underground corridors. The roasted malt largely determines the color, aroma and taste of this beer. The beer is black as a coal in the glass and has a cream-colored foam collar. Kompel Ondergronds referments in the bottle, which makes the beer better protected and develops a more complex character.
Clear red brown beer, creamy irregular beige head, unstable, non adhesive. Aroma: sweet, dried fruits, banana, sugary, caramel. MF: ok carbon, medium body. Taste: fruity start, raisins, some red fruits, bit sweet, red liquorice, overripe fruits, somewhat bitter. Aftertaste: smoky touch, little roasted, hoppy touch, bit cheesy, sweet, yeast, some caramel.
This beer is an authentic beer, balancing on a harmony of taste and colour, between pale and dark, between sweet and bitter and spirited, subtile and complex. The ideal refreshment because of his lower alcohol content and his fruity taste and flavour. A real K-Star from our scale, a strong fellow (meaning of Kastaar)full of allurement and very charming, with his specific glass it has brought us a lot of pleasure during serveral decennia.
Colour : balancing between dark and pale
Taste Description : fruity-fresh with a trace of young herbs and beeryeast and a touch of coriander. Technical description :
Alcohol : 5,5 vol.%,
Degrees Plato : 13 PL°
Serving temperature : between 5° – 8°C
Type : high fermentation brew with refermentation in the bottle »
A triple beer. The colour is blonde to slightly amber. The beer has a sweet to spicy taste.
A traditional beer with high fermentation level, produced in small quantities, using only natural ingredients: hops, yeast, water, spices and barley malt.
Deep orange golden colour on the body, tall white head, very thick, collapsing slowly. Spots of lacing left around the glass. Aroma is malty, sugar, heavy yeast, light fruits like peaches. Taste follows, lots of sugar and malts with the yeast following, some herbs too, alcohol, metal notes on the finish, still some stone fruits present. Medium thin body, okay carbonation, dry but also sticky on the palate.
Riebedebie, while his wife lay peacefully sleeping collected all the pennies he had been safekeeping.
And outside he bound not making a sound.
With his booty he was crowned to go party all around. In search of spicy flavour and sweet blond savour.
Many hours after the sun has set he returns to bed just before the coffee aromas spread.
But we’ve caught him for you in a bottle of beer so a night out with Riebedebie is near, oh dear!
A fruity blond beer with an explosion of citrus, resulting from dry-hopping with the American hops breed Cascade. In order to maintain the hoppy aroma as much as possible, the beer isn’t filtered. It is slightly cloudy and has a snow white head. It is served in a robust, accompanying glass. At the first international Belgian beer contest, the Brussels Beer Challenge, Armand Ter Dolen won a gold medal. The beer was created in honour of Ter Dolen’s co-founder Armand Desplenter, the father of current director Mieke Desplenter.
Hazy golden color, with nice white head. Aroma nice american hops, fruity. Medium body. Taste good fruits from the American hop, nice bitterness, dry end. Recommended.
Years before the startup of the brewery the brewers of Eutropius started their own home brewery. The brand ‘Oscar’, first a beer with no name, was the first beer that was succesfull. In competitions between friends who also brewed at home Oscar was mostly considered the best beer. Therefore the name Oscar was chosen, after the prestigious movie price. Blond brew with a white topping. Aroma is moderate malty, pale malt, fruity malt, moderate hoppy, grass, green grass, light yeasty, phenol. Flavour is moderate sweet and bitter with a long duration, grass, green grass, pale malt. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft.
Hop Ruiter (Hop Rider) has a full, almost rustic malt body, and pairs Belgian yeast-driven flavors with American assertive hoppiness. It is dry hopped, with two noble varieties which add complexity, delicacy and a bit of funk. Orange with golden hue, frothy head, bit murky, gentle carbonation. Aroma is very fruity and hoppy, with pineapple, pine, lemon. Faintest hint of carrot juice. Reminds of ipa, but it’s not that harsh. Taste starts fruity again, with notes of exotic fruit. Develops a fruity, doughy bitterness, with a distinct boozy sensation. Really a great example of the style, worth seeking out.