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Belgian Beer

Belgium has given the world countless fantastic beers over the hundreds of years it has been produced in the Western European country. You'll often find Belgian beers are Pale Lagers or Pilsners, though a wide variety of styles are produced in Belgium, including Blondes, Wheat Beers, Saisons, Lambic Beers, Scotch Ales, IPAs and more. A wide variety of flavour profiles to appeal to a wide variety of palates, all from Belgium. Ace.

The Trappist breweries are also closely associated with Belgium, with six of the eleven Trappist breweries located within its borders. These breweries produce some fantastic beers, including the well known Dubbel, Tripel and Quadrupels. Belgian yeast will often play a part in the final flavour profile, with dry spice notes aplenty.

Brugse Zot

33cl, 6%
Brouwerij de Halve Maan

Ah, Brugse Zot, the town beer of Bruges from the Brouwerij De Halve Maan (meaning 'half moon') made with four different malts and two varieties of hop. The brewery is the only remaining brewery in…  More info

Brugse Zot
2
$2.30

Floris Honey

33cl, 4.5%
Huyghe Brewery

Something a little different from the Belgian Floris range - a honey flavoured beer! As these are based around a wheat beer recipe, we reckon the classic citrus notes will go rather well indeed with…  More info

Floris Honey
$2.21

Delirium Red

33cl, 8%
Huyghe Brewery

A cherry-flavoured entry in the memory of Delirium beers (yes, we used the collective noun for elephants to group all the Delirium beers together, and we feel very clever for doing so). Great…  More info

Delirium Red
2
$3.03

Kasteelbier Rouge

33cl, 8%
Van Honsebrouck

Kasteel Rouge is a rather interesting concoction from Van Honsebrouck, which combined their Donker Quadrupel style beer with cherry liqueur! If you like your brews with up-front sweetness, this'll be…  More info

Kasteelbier Rouge
1
$3.20

Delirium Nocturnum

33cl, 8.5%
Huyghe Brewery

Delirium Tremens' brother, Delirium Nocturnum, is a darker style of Belgian ale from the Huyghe Brewery, featuring more robust notes of well-roasted malt at its core. As ever, it comes in their…  More info

Delirium Nocturnum
$3.03

Delirium Tremens

33cl, 8.5%
Huyghe Brewery

The most famous beer from the Belgian Huyghe Brewery, Delirium Tremens is notable for being made with three types of yeast - it's also well known for its bottle reminiscent of Cologne ceramics. Top…  More info

Delirium Tremens
1
$3.25

Straffe Hendrik Tripel

33cl, 9%
Brouwerij de Halve Maan

An awesome golden abbey style tripel from the heart of historic Bruges. Been there we have, tasted it at the brewery, bloody delicious it is too! Having lost the brand in the late 1980s, Straffe…  More info

Straffe Hendrik Tripel
$3.20

Tripel Karmeliet

33cl, 8.4%
Brouwerij Bosteels

An abbey style tripel first released in 1996, based on a 17th century recipe that calls for wheat, oats and barley. Very easy to get along with - a great place to start if you're not used to higher…  More info

Tripel Karmeliet
$2.92

Floris Kriek

33cl, 3.6%
Huyghe Brewery

An interesting fruit beer from the Floris range, produced by the Huyghe Brewery in Belgium, made using a wheat beer recipe and featuring the juicy notes of cherries.  More info

Floris Kriek
$2.09

Troubadour Obscura

33cl, 8.2%
Troubadour

A rather interesting beer from the Belgian Troubadour selection - the Obscura features many of a stout's classic characteristics (think roasted malt giving off chocolate and coffee notes aplenty),…  More info

Troubadour Obscura
$2.70

Brugse Zot Dubbel

33cl, 7.5%
Brouwerij de Halve Maan

A Belgian dubbel from a brewery in the heart of historic Bruges with roots back to the 16th century that was reborn in 2005 by the descendants of the Maes family, who had owned it since 1856.  More info

Brugse Zot Dubbel
2
$2.42

Floris Framboise

33cl, 3.6%
Huyghe Brewery

Ah, one of those Floris fruit beers from the Huyghe Brewery, produced in Belgium! This would pair excellently with a bowl of vanilla ice cream we reckon...  More info

Floris Framboise
$2.09

La Chouffe

33cl, 8%
Brasserie d'Archouffe

A blonde/blond beer from the Ardennes. Unfiltered and bottle conditioned, it's made with both hops and coriander.  More info

La Chouffe
1
$3.93

Floris Chocolate

33cl, 4.2%
Huyghe Brewery

From the Floris range, produced by Huyghe Brewery, based around a wheat beer recipe and combined with chocolate. Very sweet and chocolatey (as you might expect).  More info

Floris Chocolate
1
$2.14

Trappistes Rochefort 10

33cl, 11.3%
Brasserie de Rochefort

Rochefort's leading beer, one of the most highly rated Trappist beers (or beers of any style) in the world. This is a great bottle conditioned beer to cellar, but nobody's going to blame you if you…  More info

Trappistes Rochefort 10
3
$4.39

Lindemans Kriek (37.5cl)

37cl, 3.5%
Lindemans

The classic Lindemans fruit-focussed Lambic beer - Lindemans Kriek. A superbly flavoursome beer, with in-your-face cherry notes aplenty. Serve this chilled alongside a dark chocolate tart after a…  More info

Lindemans Kriek (37.5cl)
$3.96

Brasserie de Silly Pink Killer

25cl, 5%
Brasserie de Silly

Brasserie de Silly's Pink Killer is a Belgian wheat-based brew made with a lip-smacking helping of grapefruit juice thrown into the mix.  More info

Brasserie de Silly Pink Killer
$2.26

St. Bernardus Wit

33cl, 5.5%
Brouwerij St. Bernardus

A charming wheat beer from the Belgian St. Bernardus brewery, which was developed in collaboration with Master Brewer Pierre Celis. Enjoy cold on a warm day and savour the elegant, herbaceous flavour…  More info

St. Bernardus Wit
$2.26

Westmalle Tripel

33cl, 9.5%
Brouwerij der Trappisten van Westmalle

The mother of all tripels, first brewed in 1934, this highly regarded authentic Trappist beer has inspired many imitators over the years and is still oneof the finest examples available.  More info

Westmalle Tripel
1
$3.30

Chimay Rouge

33cl, 7%
Chimay

The original Chimay Trappist beer, still made within the walls of the abbey under the supervision of the monks (and hence able to carry the logo of the International Trappist Association). A classic.  More info

Chimay Rouge
$2.42

St. Bernardus Abt 12

33cl, 10%
Brouwerij St. Bernardus

A rather inviting Quadrupel style ale from the Belgian St. Bernardus brewery. A rather inviting Quad, with plenty of hop bitterness and balancing sweetness. The chap on the label seems pretty pleased…  More info

St. Bernardus Abt 12
3
$3.53

Bush Ambrée

33cl, 12%
Dubuisson

A tripel made with caramel malt and their own house yeast that's been cultivated for over 80 years. It was first brewed in 1933 by the grandfather of current master brewer Hugues Dubuisson.  More info

Bush Ambrée
1
$4.07

Hopus

33cl, 8.3%
Brasserie Lefebvre

A hopped, malty, bitter blonde/pale ale from Brasserie Lefebvre in Quenast, Belgium. Serve thoroughly chilled and pour with a nice big head if you can.  More info

Hopus
$3.41

Rodenbach Grand Cru

33cl, 6%
Brouwerij Rodenbach

A classic Flemish red sour beer with a higher proportion of older beer (2/3) in than blend than the Rodenbach original, and a higher abv.  More info

Rodenbach Grand Cru
$3.20

Troubadour Magma

33cl, 9%
Troubadour

The Troubadour Magma (fantastic name, by the way) sees a classic combination of flavours - you've got the big, bold, fruity notes from some of Belgium's tastiest ales working alongside the classic…  More info

Troubadour Magma
$2.87

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