Belgium is one of the undisputed capitals in terms of beer, famous throughout the world and with centuries of history, the Belgians take very seriously the craftsmanship behind each beer, with some of the most Rare coming to compete with the great red wines. In this selection of twelve beers (12 x 33cl) you can explore different styles and breweries.
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1ud. HertenHeer King of Hearts 33cl 6.5% vol .: A Belgian blonde and bitter ale with body and medium carbonation, with notes of malt, grapefruit and refreshing yeast.
1ud. La Chouffe 33cl 8% vol .: Belgian Strong Pale Ale, fermented in bottle and barrels that does not filter. The result is a pleasant drink, a blonde, fruity and spicy beer, in which citrus notes of lemon, coriander and pear with more subtle notes of yeast and malt stand out.
1ud. Tripel Karmeliet 33cl 8.40% vol.: A Belgian Pale Ale with high fermentation, winner at the World Beer Awards of the World Best Ale, World Best Pale Ale and World Best Abbey Ale ( Pale). It is made with a recipe dating from 1679 that uses wheat, oats and barley. It is a blonde beer, with tropical notes in the shape of pineapple, coriander, grain and honey.
1ud. Timmermans Framboise Lambicus 25cl. 4% vol.: A 'fruit beer' that is obtained by adding 100% natural raspberry aromas to the lambic. After a period of maturation in oak barrels, the beer turns a delicately pink color to satisfy your sweetest desires.
1ud. From Ranke XX Bitter 33cl 6% vol. is a Belgian ale with bitter character and high fermentation. Everything and its low alcohol content, provides a rich palate and a persistent finish. Amber in color, the nose is light and fruity with notes of hops and citrus. The body is powerful and the palate moderately sweet, with dry and bitter notes.
1ud. St-Feuillien Triple 33cl 8% vol .: is a malted Belgian tripel, with a hoppy aroma that combines, spices and the characteristic fruit of the second fermentation in bottle due to the presence of yeast.
1ud. Rodenbach Gran Cru 33cl 6% vol .: A Belgian beer of the Flanders Red Ale style results from mixing a third of young beer and two thirds of aged beer by two years in oak. A Red Ale with balsamic notes of Modena, plums and sweet raisins with a balance between acidity and exemplary sweetness.
1ud. Val-Dieu Blonde Belgian Pale Ale 33cl. 6% vol. Belgian Blonde Ale beer brewed by Brasserie de l'Abbaye du Val-Dieu in Belgium. Of blond color, fresh, light and clean, with creamy walnut foam, strong character, with the subtle hops bitterness and lemon finish.
1ud. Pauwel Kwak 33cl 8.4% vol.: is a Belgian Strong Ale, from the pioneer Pauwel Kwak, first made in 1791. Made by Brewery Bosteels, amber and beige foam , the beer stands out for its sweet and malted notes, caramel, brown sugar, yeast and bread.
1ud. St. Bernardus Abt 12 33cl 10% vol .: is an abbey Ale in the purest Belgian Quadrupel style. Of a dark brown color, it presents aromas of caramel and caramel cherries, alcohol, toasted malts. On the palate, it is powerful, with toasted and caramelized malt, cherries and fruit candies. Balanced, with a caramel and malt finish.
1ud. Kasteel Barista Chocolate 33cl 11% vol.: is a powerful Belgian quadrupel beer with intense notes of chocolate, toasted malt and spices.
1ud. Trappistes Rochefort 8 33cl 9.2% vol.: is a craft beer with a body, made by Brasserie de Rochefort in Belgium in the style of Strong Dark Ale with high fermentation. It comes with a dark brown color and sweet aromas of toasted sugar and caramels. The palate is less sweet than aromas could make us think, notes of molasses, pastries and spicy yeast.