Gulden Draak Classic
330 ml 10,5% Alc.
Gulden Draak is a dark brown Triple Ale, which makes it an exception among the Belgian Triples. Gulden Draak is re-fermented in the bottle, and in the keg, making it a real “Living Beer”. The second fermentation offers the nice creamy head and the full body of the centuries old brewers yeast. It is a beer that you can actually nimble to adventure the complex taste. Gulden Draak balances a natural malt toffee-like sweetness with a mellow happiness and some hoppy accents. The aroma is round, sweet and hides the 10.5% alcohol per volume. Another name for this type of complex beer is “Barley Wine.” You sip and enjoy this beer slowly, as a treat you definitely deserve.
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.
La Corne Black
330 ml, 8 % Alc
The La Corne brewery takes its name from a local legend concerning a brewer who was hanged by marauding bandits, and how his ghost continues to haunt the woods where the he was murdered.In keeping with this story, La Corne Black pours stygian black with a thick tan head, releasing intense coffee, chocolate, and dark malt scents.The taste is equally dense with old rum, oak and alcohol notes added to the subtly fruity ensemble.
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.
11.3% alcohol, 330 ml
Whisky lovers will no doubt appreciate its warming glow. This red-brown beer has aromas of roast wheat, fruit (figs, cherries), nuts and dark chocolate. In the mouth you will get a prominent taste of caramel, chocolate, ripe fruits and herbal touches of hops.
All of these linger until the finish. Connoisseurs compare this beer with wine, whisky and port. Mild, rich, intense, lots of body. It is both food and drink at the same time, as wrote the late beer guru Michael Jackson. This nutritional overload is far from a coincidence. The Rochefort monks used to follow a strict diet where fish, meat and cheese were not on the menu. It took a beer like the Rochefort 10 to supplement their restricted diet.
Furthermore, two malts were used in the brewing process: pils and caramel malt, as well as wheat starch, two varieties of hops and Rochefort’s own yeast.