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Beers by type represent the wide range of beers according to their flavors:

- the blonde: because of her light blond dress is a sweet beer.
- la blanche: it is a refreshing beer, brewed with a high proportion of wheat.
- the brown: the dark beer is a brown beer that goes from mahogany brown to ebony black, obtained through the use of malt more or l...

Beers by type represent the wide range of beers according to their flavors:

- the blonde: because of her light blond dress is a sweet beer.
- la blanche: it is a refreshing beer, brewed with a high proportion of wheat.
- the brown: the dark beer is a brown beer that goes from mahogany brown to ebony black, obtained through the use of malt more or less roasted with a high and sweet fermentation.
- amber: it is a light red beer, brewed from unroasted malt and roasted malt.
- the triple: it is a beer that would have undergone two or three successive fermentations it has a higher alcohol content.
- Fruity: Beer with fruity characters and citrus Fruit beer is pleasantly sweet and sparkling.
- Bio: "Bio" beer is at the level of the quality of the ingredients, they come from organic farming. It is a thirst-quenching beer with many different tastes.
Come taste all our flavors according to your desires and your tastes.

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  • White Beer - Wheat Beer

    White Beer - Wheat Beer White beer is a beer brewed with a high proportion of wheat. It is a thirst-quenching beer whose sweetness of taste is matched only by the strength of its character.
    Its delicate aroma makes all its originality, and its softness will delight lovers of all ages

  • Lager - Blond Beer

    Lager - Blond Beer The blond beer from its light blond color is a sweet and thirst-quenching beer. It is the hops that will bring to the lager its bitterness and aromas.
    It is a beer that can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

  • Triple Fermentation Beer

    Triple Fermentation Beer Triple beer is a beer that would have undergone two or three successive fermentations. It has a higher alcohol content. It can also be made with three different hops.
    Triple beer is a popular beer for beer lovers.

  • Amber Ale

    Amber Ale An amber beer is a light red beer brewed from unroasted malt and roasted malt. It is an elegant and powerful beer on the palate with caramelized flavors that can be very varied in style. The amateurs will appreciate it at its fair value.

  • Organic Ale - Organic...

    Organic Ale - Organic Beers The Organic Beer is at the level of quality ingredients, they are from organic farming. It is a thirst-quenching beer with many different tastes.
    A beer for every occasion (aperitif, meal, ...) Organic beers are in fashion! Adopt them!

  • Dark Beers

    Dark Beers Dark beer is a brown beer that ranges from mahogany brown to ebony black, obtained through the use of more or less roasted malt with a high and sweet fermentation. The dark beer is the pure expression of the aromas. It is used as a drink but also for dishes. Try it!

  • Fruit & Fruit...

    Fruit & Fruit Flavoured Beers Beer with fruity characters and citrus The fruity beer is pleasantly sweet and sparkling. It provides a real refreshment. The fruity beer will delight lovers of sweet and light beers.

  • Flavoured Beers

    Flavoured Beers A flavored beer is a beer whose ingredients that give taste and smell are added in the form of aromas. These aromas can be of natural origin or not (except hops) mas they are not beers made with fruits or juices. These beers that illustrate a form of renewal in the world of beer aim to "convert" to beer new followers. Women and young people are the targets of these flavored beers.

  • Barrel Aged Beers

    Barrel Aged Beers These Beers are beers which at the end of the process spend some time in barrels having previously contained another beverage. It may be barrels that have contained white or red wine, but also barrels of cognac or whiskey. These beers retain their original personality but offer nuances that lovers love to discover.

  • Bière IPA

    I.P.A. means India Pale Ale. Historically these beers were stronger in alcohol and more hopped to travel properly to India. These beers also bore the names of I.A (India Ale), E.I.A (Export India Ale) or A.P.I (Ale As Prepared For India).

    Nowadays the degree of alcohol has dropped but the hopping has continued to endure, which gives beers with very marked hops notes, sometimes marked by citrus notes and a mouth with a frank bitterness and pleasantly malty finish.

  • Bière de Garde -...

    Bière de Garde  - Keeping Beer A Guard beer is a beer that has been kept, preserved after brewing for a few weeks or a few months at low temperature in tank or bottle. During the guard, active yeasts continue the fermentation process. The degree of alcohol climbs slightly by consuming the residual sugar of the beer. A guard beer is therefore also less sweet and gaining finesse. These are beers more marked by notes of cereals than hops notes. The best known beers in the Hauts-de-France region are Ch'ti and Trois Monts.

  • Ruby Beers - Ruby Ale

    Ruby Beers - Ruby Ale A Ruby or Ruby beer is a red or aromatic red or ruby ​​red beer. It is often aromas of red fruits and malts that predominate. These are aperitive beers that target a target who is not usually a beer drinker. These beers also go well with exotic and spicy dishes from Indian and Asian cuisine.

  • Christmas Beers

    Christmas Beers Formerly beer did not keep as easily as nowadays. The beers were brewed at the rate of the harvests of different cereals. The last beer of the year was brewed with the rest of the cereals and hops of the year. This high-fermentation beer was denser, richer and more concentrated than the beer of the year. Often this beer was offered as an end of year present. According to the recipes these beers can be flavored with spices or citrus fruits. The majority of breweries try a Christmas beers. The strong seasonality of the Christmas Beer denomination leads some breweries to rename these "Winter Beer" cuvées.

  • Gluten-Free Beers

    Gluten-Free Beers Discover our range of gluten-free beers. These beers are brewed without cereals like barley or wheat. The cereals used may be buckwheat rice or sorghum. Buckwheat is often the cereal used in our regions. The Brunehaut Organic Beer and Gluten Free range has developed a natural method to remove gluten from the barley used in Brewing.

  • Spring Beers

    Spring Beer is an extension of the beers of Mars. These beers from Mars could only be brewed and marketed during the month of March. Spring beers use the same processes but the marketing period is much more flexible for the delight of lovers of these less hoppy beers, less alcoholic, spicy and delicate caramelized notes. Historically the month of March was the last month that he was allowed to brew. The official brewing period ran from October to March of the following year. The low temperatures of those months served as a "natural refrigerator". Nowadays this constraint no longer exists but the tradition continues. The month of March also allows you to brew malts from the previous season with new spring plants.

  • Lambic and Gueuze Beer

    Lambic and Gueuze beers can only be produced in Belgium and especially in the Senne valley and in the Pajottenland area south-west of Brussels. This particular "terroir" allows the start of a spontaneous fermentation of the brews resting in contact with the air and the microorganisms present in the atmosphere. The Lambic consists of 30% non-malted wheat and 70% d 'ogre. The fermented must thus obtained is then matured into casks. A lambic can be consumed as such, but most of the time it is used as a staple for making fruity beers such as Kriek, Faros and of course Gueuzes. A Gueuze is the assembly of lambics of different vintages. When a Gueuze bears the mention Oude (old) it means two things. At least 20% of the total is composed of Lambics over 3 years old and all must have aged at least 1 year in lightning.

  • Kriek Beer - Cherry Beer

    Kriek beer is a spontaneous fermentation beer. Kriek means acidic cherry in Flemish. A Kriek is a fruity beer with acidic cherry based on Lambics. Even though the best Krieks are made from Lambic, there is no specific legislation that makes use of Lambics to make a Kriek. In fact you have to be careful because a beer flavored with cherry can also be marked Kriek.

  • Quadrupel Beers -...

    Quadrupel Beers - Belgian Strong Dark Ales A Quadruple Beer is originally an Abbey beer that is brewed with about 4 times more grain than the recipe for the abbey's basic lager (simple beer or small beer). A Quadrupel beer is therefore richer in alcohol and more malty. A Quadruple is often of a stronger color almost dark and offers a very complex aromatic richness marked by spices and cereals.

  • Belgian Dubbel Beers

    Belgian Dubbel Beers A beer that bears the mention Double (Dubbel) evokes the quality of beer produced by an Abbey that titrated a few degrees of alcohol above the base beer of the Abbey. This beer was brewed with more cereals and therefore was richer in alcohol and structure.

  • Dark Ale - Stouts

    Dark Ale - Stouts  A stout or black beer is a beer that has been brewed with extremely roasted barley. This roasting at the limit of burning gives this color very dark, almost black in the brew. Contrary to popular belief, black beers are no stronger than other beers because the degree of alcohol will depend on the sugar content of the brew, which is converted into alcohol during alcoholic fermentation. The degree of alcohol will depend on the quantity of cereals used for a volume of water during the brewing which will determine the concentration of starch, therefore sugar and therefore the degree of alcohol of the beer.

  • Barley Wine

    A Barley Wine Beer is a high-fermentation, high-fermentation British beer with a higher alcohol content. Barley Wines needs the same logic as for wines. A Barley wine bottled up and the process of aging in the bottle is a factor of quality. Some breweries mention the date of brewing and bottling of the beer. The degree of alcohol often between 10 ° and 13 ° allows a long conservation. As you get older the malts take notes of caramel and dried fruit. For several years, the St Germain Brewery has been developing Barley Wine with some success.

  • Bière d'Abbaye

    A Beer Abbey is a beer whose origin is based on a link (even tenuous ...) with the story of a monastic congregation and an abbey. Historically these beers were brewed in the abbeys by the monks. From our day when a beer is brewed by monks or under the close supervision of monks this beer is an Abbey beer recognized Trappist beer. The main Abbey beers come from Belgium and France but there are also Abbey beers produced in the following countries: USA, Canada, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Austria, Italy.

  • Bière Trappiste

    A Trappist beer is a beer that is brewed by monks or at least under the real control of monks. These beers carry the "Authentic Trappist Product" logo. In addition, the profits from the production and marketing of these beers must be used for the maintenance of the Abbey or must be donated to charity.There are 12 Trappist beers in the world. The majority is in Belgium (6), Achel, Chimay, Orval, Rochefort, Westmalle, Westvleteren. The Netherlands has two, La trappe and Zundert. In France only the Mont des Cats Beer is a Trappist (it is sold to the Abbey but brewed by Chimay). Then come Austria (1) The USA (1) and Italy (1).

  • Craft Beer

    Craft Beer

  • Saison Type Beer

    Saison Type Beer

  • Sour Beer

    Sour Beer

  • Collaboration beer

    Beer Brewed in Collaboration with several Breweries

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