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Tripick Triple 8°

 

Tripick 8° is a blond beer with 8% alcohol. The subtle character of this beer is reflected in the hopping, with a present but skilfully controlled bitterness displaying 35 EBU. The aromas in the mouth are accentuated by the use of noble hops with spicy notes. And…
Tripick is an Ardennes beer which exists for just eight months. However, it was already capable to put itself on the map as winner of the World Beer Award 2017 in the categories Lager and Strong. It’s a true honor for the proud inventors who see their craftmanship rewarded with the most beautiful beer prize in the world.
Realy a wonderfull beer.
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Tripick Triple 8

Gordon Xplosion Revolution 9°

« Revolucion » explodes totally when tequila enters on stage a little bit as the big winner but also tolerant of a conventional continuation of more traditional ingredients excluding by no means the presence of a bitterness in final but discreet thanks to a velvety hopping. It is somewhat as if the « XPLOSION REVOLUCION » unwound its delicious colored carpet with all the honours.
This beer is appreciated all year round, thirst-quenching by hot weather and reinvigorating by the warm preciousness of its tastes in case the weather report would be rather fresh. It is a real happiness itself, calling up to the pleasures of the tastes, delighted that you can now enjoy it.
 
It possesses a conclusion of which we do not grow tired, and in case of « Revolucion », it is rather comforting. This is what it will make it so close to you and will leave you no more than a mouthful. This beer is made to give the sense of real life as an ode to joy. Here is the recipe which will amaze you every putsch no matter the state of mind of the palace!
« VIVA LA REVOLUCION! ».
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Gordon Xplosion Revolution 9°

De Ranke Back to Black 9.5°

From De Ranke brewery .

This beer has been designed as an old export porter. It has been brewed as undrinkable bitter and then aged in wood for 9 months. The result is a strong dark beer that has a perfect bitter/sour balance.
Pours hazy reddish-brown, minimal head. Nose is rotting cherry, old vinegar, lactic sour, wine leaves, rotting sour fruit sour, almost vinegar, sour chocolate, sour coffee, sour cacao, berries. Taste is rotting cherries, bit watery, sour cherry compote, rotting oak, sour leaves, low vinegar, rotting cherry & dark berries profile is huge, carbonation is low, ancient barrel Oud Bruin,…. Little carbonation, sour fruit cherry compote, going to watery, sour cacao / chocolate,… Very tasty, very interesting brew.

De Ranke Back to Black 9.5°

 
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De Ranke Back to Black

Sainte Hélène Black Mamba 4.3°

From Sainte Hélène brewery.

English style stout, hopped with Citra and Simcoe. Called Citra Stout before it got the definitive name.
Very dark brown beer, small creamy beige head, stable, pretty adhesive. Has a dark roast aroma with some burnt sugar and definite citrus poking through. Nice flavor if slightly thin. Lightly sweet with some roast, light plastic, burnt cocoa, and some burnt citrus rind. Medium bodied with fine to average carbonation. Burnt roast malt finish, with some wood, scorched earth, cocoa, mild citrus and grass. Easy drinker, lots of flavor. Good stuff.
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Sainte Hélène Black Mamba 4.3°

Het Nest Four Aces Barley Wine 9°

From Het Nest brewery.

Little hazy amber to orange beer, creamy irregular solid yellow head, adhesive, leaving a nice lacing in the glass. Aroma is malt, caramel, ripe citrus, orange, candied fruits, dried stone fruits, fruity hops, touch of pine, mild syrupy. Flavour is sweet and moderate to medium bitter. Body is medium. Good balance between fruity hops, dried stone fruits and sweet malty caramel. Bit syrupy, orange, candied. Very nice.
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Het Nest Four Aces Barley Wine 9°

Kompel Ondergronds 6°

From Kompel brewery.

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.
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Kompel Ondergronds 6°

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°