Philomene Florale is a product of the micro-brewery « Brasserie du Clocher » ; literally « Brewery of the Bell Tower”. Indeed, this brewery resides in a totally refurbished former church that was abandoned and in a serious disrepair state.
Philomene Florale is a light blond beer that has a well-balanced flourish and fruity flavour with a crispy finish which serves perfectly its primary goal: to get rid of your thirst. It is produced according to the traditional Belgian beer method from top quality ingredients and with passion.
A fruity blond beer with an explosion of citrus, resulting from dry-hopping with the American hops breed Cascade. In order to maintain the hoppy aroma as much as possible, the beer isn’t filtered. It is slightly cloudy and has a snow white head. It is served in a robust, accompanying glass. At the first international Belgian beer contest, the Brussels Beer Challenge, Armand Ter Dolen won a gold medal. The beer was created in honour of Ter Dolen’s co-founder Armand Desplenter, the father of current director Mieke Desplenter.
Hazy golden color, with nice white head. Aroma nice american hops, fruity. Medium body. Taste good fruits from the American hop, nice bitterness, dry end. Recommended.
Clear orange beer, creamy irregular off-white head, little stable, adhesive. Aroma is lemon, fruits and hints of green apples. The flavour is quite yeasty as expected, lemony, but also orange is present. Nice hoppy touch. Bitter notes and a slight touch of sour on the palate, very balanced. Medium body, good carbonation. Very good Saison.
Chimay is presenting its new edition of the “Grande Réserve” barrel aged. An exceptional beer which has benefited from a triple fermentation and a prolonged maturation in oak rum barrels. Unpasteurized and unfiltered, this beer offers an inimitable round and woody flavor. (10,5%)
This vintage beer has a woody aroma with a few mild notes of vanilla. It also reveals ester aromas (banana, pear, apricot).
To the palate, it is a rounded, creamy beer. Amongst its sweet and roasted accents, it shows perfect balance, despite a higher alcohol content than its predecessor. Its refined sparkling properties add the finishing touch to the unique character of an exceptional product.
64% of the oak-barrels are sourced from France and 36% from America. This batch n°1 is 10% alc. vol.
Voted the ‘Best Belgian Blond Beer of Wallonia’ in 2012, and one of the ‘Best Belgian Triples’ by the trade magazine Vino. Goliath is brewed according to the traditional method used by our ancestors with the finest malts and hops. With its rich balanced taste, Goliath triple is a source of vitality and strength that will delight the true beer connoisseur.
Ath, Belgium, the City of Giants, is famous for its annual Parade of Giants. Every year, Goliath – whose name is pronounced ‘Gouyasse’ in the local dialect – leads the parade. The Brasserie des Géants (Giants’ Brewery), in Ath, didn’t think long before naming its first brew ‘Gouyasse.’
Goliath is 9% alcohol by volume, a little more red in the face than your average tripel (almost an amber, really), nicely balanced with a bracing hop note versus a solid malt wallop. Goliath is the only Tripel in Belgium that is all-malt – without any sugar or other additives in. (Everyone else uses some sugar to ‘thin out’ their Tripels, which gives them alcohol, without the body that you normally get from malt.) That means Goliath starts out a bit sweeter than some, but over time, as the live yeast in the bottle do their work, it gets drier and more punchy. The first batch, after about half a year in the bottle, is about where we want it, but it will probably become a greater beer as time goes by. We recommend that you check in on Goliath every once in a while.
This beer has been released by the fruit master Filip Sneppe and he is extremely proud of this brew! Filip Sneppe: “Bewed with fruit, home grown Belgian pears and a subtle hint of cinnamon this beer is a must try.” “Why pear, you may wonder?” Ask Hélène. Join the legacy. Pretty clear golden body with a white head. Aroma is moderate malty, sweet malt, pale malt, moderate yeasty, sweet yeast, bubble gum, pear, alcohol, cinnamon. Flavor is moderate sweet with a average to long duration, bubble gum, sweet malt, sweet yeast, cake – cookie, pear, cinnamon. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft.
Years before the startup of the brewery the brewers of Eutropius started their own home brewery. The brand ‘Oscar’, first a beer with no name, was the first beer that was succesfull. In competitions between friends who also brewed at home Oscar was mostly considered the best beer. Therefore the name Oscar was chosen, after the prestigious movie price. Blond brew with a white topping. Aroma is moderate malty, pale malt, fruity malt, moderate hoppy, grass, green grass, light yeasty, phenol. Flavour is moderate sweet and bitter with a long duration, grass, green grass, pale malt. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft.