Gouden Carolus Classic
330 ml 8.5% alc.
This "Grand Imperial Beer" is still brewed in the brewery of Mechelen called Het Anker. Dark, very balanced dosed caramel and aromatic malts provide, in combination with a traditional high fermentation, a unique beer that unites the warmth of wine and the freshness of beer. This makes it very suitable in combination with culinary specialties such as stews, wild, pates and even sabayon.
Kasteel Cuvee du Chateau
750 ml 11.0%
The main idea of Kasteel Brewery when developing Cuvee du Chateau was to produce the ultimate gastronomic beer. A beer that perfectly pairs with most great gastronomic food. The original inspiration came from Kasteel’s own underground cellars, especially the flavour from 10 years old Kasteel Dark. An aged beer that developed those wonderful Madeira and Port flavours. One tasted Cuvee du Chateau will make you want to return for more, time and time again. Possibly you will wonder why all other beers are unable to produce this amazing complex finish.
The beer to celebrate with your friends
330 ml 11.0%
Kasteel Donker is a rich dark red-brown beer that is very dense, with a small beige head. Kasteel Bruin (also referred to as Kasteel Donker) does not have a strong nose, instead has subtle hints of coffee and chocolate.
Full, rich and smooth, with a balance of wheatness nicely balanced by bitter. High alcohol content, 11 %, but not too dominant. Long and smooth with a slightly bitter finish. A very nice and well balanced dark brown beer.
330 ml 6.5% alc.
Leffe Brown is substantially more robust than Leffe Blond. This rich variety combines the rich aroma of roasted caramel with a slightly sweet finish. It’s an excellent accompaniment to hearty, sweet and savoury types of cuisines.
330 ml 8.0% alc.
Maredsous Brune, a brown beer that was originally only brewed for Christmas, but over the centuries it became a force to reckon with. Maredsous Brune has a creamy foaming, dark, burgundy color, is easily recognizable by its expressive aroma bouquet. A generous caramel bouquet is completed with masterly fruity touches.
330 ml 8.0% alc.
Mc Chouffe first hit the market back in 1987. The Mc Chouffe aims to steer a middle course between a traditional dark Abbey beer, belonging to the ‘dubbel’ beer style, and a Scotch ale. Compared to other re-fermented dark beers, the taste of a Mc Chouffe is really quite neutral. Herbs are not added to the brew, in contrast to the La Chouffe. Once poured, this unfiltered dark beer is a feast for the eyes thanks to its deep ruby-red colour.The nose fills up immediately with potent aromas, however, pushed along by a respectable alcohol content. Aniseed and liquorice demand centre stage, and are complemented beautifully by a creamy touch of caramel.
330 ml 9.2 alc.
Rochefort 8, or "Green Cap," is brown coloured with red highlights. The flavor is deep, vigorous and complex, with firm body to support the strength; the aroma has elusive notes of fresh fruit, spice, leather, figs, and just possibly a hint of smokiness in cascading layers. Suave, or "wild and unrestrained," this is a full-bodied, rich ale with alcohol at 9.2% abv.
World Beer Championships Gold Medal 2004, 2006.
330 ml 7.0% alc
Westmalle Dubbel is a dark, reddish-brown Trappist beer with a secondary fermentation in the bottle. The creamy head has the fragrance of special malt and leaves an attractive lace pattern in the glass. The flavour is rich and complex, herby and fruity with a fresh-bitter finish. It is a balanced quality beer with a soft feel in the mouth and a long, dry aftertaste.