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Diabolici Fruits of Hell 8°

From John Martin brewery.

Having been brewed since the beginning of time at the gates of hell, Diabolici Fruits of Hell is the familiar and impish companion of our festive evenings. Savour this fruity brew in its exclusive chalice glass, adorned with a little Diabolici devil. The Diabolici were born in an infernal mash tub which they consider to be the most precious source in the world. This artisanal beverage is the fruit of a jealously guarded ancestral recipe. Diabolici Fruits of Hell is a fiery elixir combining a top-fermented beer and Kriek lambic. With an ABV of 8%, Diabolici Fruits of Hell owes its name to its creators, who bewitch the minds of those who merrily drink it. This legendary nectar is worthy of a magical world and is a legacy of our popular mythology.
Taste-wise … Strong cherry aroma accompanied by a subtle taste of cherry pie. Full-bodied with a long fruity aftertaste.
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Diabolici Fruits of Hell

Waterloo Récolte Hiver 6°

 

From John Martin brewery

Produced at Mont-Saint-Jean farm, in limited quantities, the new Récolte Hiver beer has enriched the Waterloo range. This farmhouse beer is a real local product – like its big sister, the Waterloo Récolte. Fresh and elegant, this brown ale is light and hoppy. Brown sugar and roasted malt gives it a dark colour and very nice caramelized end notes on the pallate. This is an outstanding craft beer, as refreshing as it is surprising in its similarity to the famous beer drunk by the English soldiers in 1815 during the famous battle. A real achievement in brewing …. and history!
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Waterloo Récolte Hiver

Brasserie De La Taupe Brewer’s Desire 7.5°

As the name says, Brewer’s Desire is the beer that the master brewer has dreamed of brewing for a long time, a nectar of the greatest rarity…
This 100% malt beer (pale malt and lightly roasted malt) is brewed with aged hops and boiled for an extended period of time. Different yeasts from the Pajottenland region, that have been isolated and then cultivated, are added to the cooling vessel. The famous Brettanomyces enter also into action, and do their secret & mysterious work.
This unique brew is allowed to mature for 2 years in oak barrels before being bottled, unfiltered, to undergo a final secondary fermentation with the same yeast. A single precious batch has been produced, to be shared among demanding connoisseurs.
Willem Van Herreweghen, master brewer, and Anthony Martin are delighted to present the result of this work and their passion.
This beer received a Gold medal in the prestigious Brussels Beer Challenge 2016.
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Brasserie De La Taupe Brewer’s Desire

Waterloo Récolte Blond 6°

This is a genuine local product, the raw materials of which come from the fertile soil of the plains of Waterloo. The beer captivates the taste buds and requires a strategic approach, but it’s not tricky because it can be discovered via its forefront of malts and wheat followed by its slightly rougher back taste, which is bitter without being invasive. Once conquered, expect setbacks, however, because it is very charming but also cunning: ’Bravery!’
This refreshing seasonal beer is brewed on the battlefield of Waterloo, at the Mont-Saint-Jean farm. Its colour is blonde-combined with its light and delicate foam, the beer provides a real sensation of freshness.
Golden hazy with good white creamy head. Spicy herbal aroma. Refreshing taste of some sourness with touch of sweet, followed by good remaining bitterness. Well remarkable coriander, citrusy and herbal notes.
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Waterloo Récolte Blond 6°