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  • Achel Blond
  • Achel Blond

    Trappist tripel ale

    Achel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Launched in 2001, Achel Blond has rekindled this Trappist monastry’s proud brewing heritage, which had been dormant for some 75 years. The beer pours golden orange with a slight yeast haze. Pleasant citrus and pear come through on the aroma, while the honey and bready malt flavours are balanced by a spicy, dry finish. Perhaps more akin to a saison than a traditional Trappist tripel.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches particularly well with grilled mackerel and sardines. Try also with firm white fish such as monkfish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Achel Bruin
  • Achel Bruin

    Trappist Dubbel Ale

    Achel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Smooth caramel sweetness dominates in this delightful dubbel from the newest Belgian Trappist brewery, at the Abbey of Saint Benedict. With lots of dried fruit and Christmas cake aroma and a rich finish with hints of dark caramel, this beer is surprisingly refreshing.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with hard cheeses, rich stews and red meat.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 30ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Augustiner Bräu Edelstoff
  • Augustiner Bräu Edelstoff

    Helles Lager

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: A brilliant stronger version of Augustiner Bräu's Helles, Edelstoff is a wonderful premium lager with hints of spice and a clean, crisp, bitter finish. Loved by beer geeks and session drinkers alike.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect for barbecues as it's robust flavour tackles the chargrilled meat, while the crisp finish cuts through at the end.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottles (5.4% abv)
  • Augustiner Bräu Hell
  • Augustiner Bräu Hell

    Helles Lager

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: A very highly regarded Munich helles lager loved by locals and drinkers all over the world. It's given a long secondary fermentation to make for a crisp, smooth beer with a lightly hoppy finish. It's the ultimate summer beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant on its own on a sunny day, but also great with barbecue food and salads
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottle (5.2% abv)
  • Averbode Blond
  • Averbode Blond

    BELGIAN ABBEY BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Averbode is a blonde abbey beer made with barley, oat and spelt malts, then dry-hopped and re-fermented in the bottle. Its aroma is very floral, with smells of green apples and fine citrus hops. It's then malty sweet, with a pleasant piney hop character. The result is a refreshing, characterful and rather dry-finishing beer.
    FOOD & BEER: This very rich beer stands up very well against smoked fish and even mackerel.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (7.5% abv)
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  • Barbar Honey
  • Barbar Honey

    Honey Blonde Beer

    Quenast, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: With its rich maltiness and delicate honey taste and aroma, Barbar honey is a beautiful, sweet beer. Made using a unique yeast strain and re-fermented in the bottle, it's also got more depth than most honey beers.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with light meats, especially chicken, and adds a sweet backbone to herby or mustard-based dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Bavo pilsner
  • Bavo pilsner

    Pilsner lager

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Bavo is a crisp, refreshing lager made exclusively for Cave Direct by the multi-award-winning Belgian brewery Huyghe, which also makes Delirium Tremens.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with barbecue food on a hot day, but also great as a session beer whatever the occasion.
    BEER INFORMATION: 50l kegs (4.2% abv)
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  • Bavo wit
  • Bavo wit

    Belgian wit

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A delicious, traditional wit brewed with orange peel and coriander exclusively for Cave Direct by Huyghe brewery, the brewers behind the world-famous Delirium Tremens
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with seafood and cream-based sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 50l kegs (5% abv)
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  • Beavertown 8 Ball
  • Beavertown 8 Ball

    RYE IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: 8 Ball is a mash up of spicy rye and zesty hops. The name comes from the pool balls used to weigh the hop sack down in the beer from the home brewing days of Beavertown. The use of citra and other citrusy hops has added a new dimension to a traditionally yeasty, almost spicy style. The balance of hops and malt works very well to create a rounded IPA.
    FOOD & BEER: First brewed at Hackney's Duke's Brew & Que, this beer is designed to go with pork and particularly ribs. The rye matches spice rubs and sweet meat, while the hops cut through any fat.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (6.2% abv)
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  • Beavertown Black Betty
  • Beavertown Black Betty

    BLACK IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: The big daddy of the Beavertown collection. When you see it you expect huge chocolate and coffee flavours like a stout, but the use of a few German malts usually used in dark lager cause a jet black colour with just a hint of roasted malt flavour. The use of columbus, citra and chinook hops make for an intense citrus experience. At 7.4% it is no wuss either, so treat Betty with respect.
    FOOD & BEER: Nothing could match this better than some chargrilled sticky beef ribs, or for luxury a gorgeous steak. The heavier the meat the better for this beer as it`s flavour would mask anything on the lighter side of the flavour tree.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can (7.4% abv)
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  • Beavertown Gamma Ray
  • Beavertown Gamma Ray

    American pale ale

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Big, hoppy and fresh. Juicy American hops are added in ever increasing amounts at the end of the boil and in the fermenter to give this beer huge flavour. Gamma Ray packs a huge punch of floral and tropical aromas and the lasting bitterness makes for a banging American Pale Ale.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs well with fruity curries and spicy dishes that pack a bit of a kick. Also good with meaty fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (5.4% abv)
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  • Beavertown Lupuloid
  • Beavertown Lupuloid

    IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: After months of experimentation and test batch brews Beavertown have finally unleashed their core IPA, Lupuloid. Made with tonnes of juicy American hops the aroma of the beer is loaded with tropical mango, grapefruit and lychee, without a hint of the West Coast pine or resin. On the palate you get lots of perceived sweetness from the fruity hops before a crisp, dry finish that cleans it all up nicely. A very, very drinkable IPA for the abv.
    FOOD & BEER: Best on its own, or enjoy with a fruity curry.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans & 30l kegs
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  • Beavertown Neck Oil
  • Beavertown Neck Oil

    SESSION IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Session IPAs are all the rage now in the US, and the UK is just discovering what a good idea they are. Neck Oil packs the same flavours you would expect from its stronger IPA cousins, but at 4.3% it's much easier to drink. There is a lot of citrusy green hop in the aroma and a light but full-bodied mouthfeel, leading to a big bitter finish.
    FOOD & BEER: A good match with fish and curries because the hops cut right through. It's also great with barbecue food, as well as a pulled pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (4.3% abv)
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  • Beavertown Smog Rocket
  • Beavertown Smog Rocket

    Porter

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: An original homebrew recipe by Beavertown's founder Logan Plant, Smog Rocket uses nine different malts including a good chunk of smoked "rauchmaltz" from Bamburg, Germany. It adds a smokiness to the rich molasses, raisin and caramel flavours, which are balanced with big hits of US hop bitterness. Inspired by London's industrial revolution, when smog filled the air and porter was the beer of the people.
    FOOD & BEER: This beer was brewed specifically to match smoked beef ribs, and is fantastic with any barbecued meat. But it would also be great with hard cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml can, 30 litre kegs (5.4% abv)
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  • Belgoo Luppoo
  • Belgoo Luppoo

    Belgian Blonde Ale

    Binche, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A well-hopped blond beer from Belgoo, an innovative Belgian craft brewery. The amount of hops nearly puts it into the IPA category, but the use of oats for more sweetness and body gives it a sweeter, more Belgian blond characteristic.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with salads and creamy dishes as the sweetness matches the sauces while the hops cut through.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6.5% abv)
  • Belgoo Magus
  • Belgoo Magus

    BELGIAN BLONDE ALE

    Binche, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Superior four-grain beer from this exciting Belgian craft brewery, with barley malt, wheat malt, oats and spelt all contributing to the grist. Hazy gold in colour with a frothy off-white head. Spicy nose with coriander and apricots to the fore. A malty, fruit taste, medium body and mild bitter finish. 
    FOOD & BEER: Try with charcuterie, lasagne or indeed any pasta dishes with meat and tomato sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (6.6% abv)
  • Belgoo Saisonneke
  • Belgoo Saisonneke

    SAISON

    Binche, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: An alluring traditional Walloon saison from this emerging Belgian craft brewery. Opaque and blonde, it's super refreshing with lots of flowery aromas and just enough bitterness to make it crisp on the finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Saisons are brilliant beers for food matching, and can go with just about anything. Try with a dressed green salad, chargrilled chicken, or creamy sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.4% abv)
  • Blanche de Bruxelles
  • Blanche de Bruxelles

    BELGIAN WHEAT BEER

    Quenast, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: The definitive example of a Belgian wit beer. Unfiltered and brewed with 40% wheat, the beer has a mellow, hazy light yellow body and a luxuriant snow white head. The coriander and orange peel in the beer are obvious in both the aroma and taste, lending the beer a spicy, zesty edge. Exceptionally thirst quenching, especially when the temperature begins to rise.
    FOOD & BEER: Makes an elegant partner to mussels, prawns, salmon and all lightly steamed white fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24x330ml bottles, 30 litre Alumasc keg (4.5% abv)
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  • Boon Framboise
  • Boon Framboise

    LAMBIC RASPBERRY BEER

    Lembeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A beautiful framboise from one of Belgium’s great lambic houses. Old and new lambic beers are blended to form gueuze, in which fresh raspberries are indulgently steeped. An immense raspberry bouquet and a pleasing tartness balances the initial sweetness of the fruit.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent as an aperitif or with light salads, goat's cheese and terrines. Also works well as a contrast to creamy desserts such as cheesecake.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml bottles (5% abv)
  • Boon Geuze
  • Boon Geuze

    Geuze

    Lembeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A traditional, assertively dry geuze from Frank Boon, a true master of the art of this unique Belgian artisan beer. Sour and clean on the palate, it is made by blending young and old lambic beers to get the perfect balance of sweet and sour.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with salads and soft cheeses
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml bottles (6.5% abv)
  • Boon Kriek
  • Boon Kriek

    LAMBIC CHERRY BEER

    Lembeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Possibly the definitive Belgian kriek from this much-vaunted traditional lambic producer. Whole fresh cherries are crammed into oak casks of spontaneously fermented beer, which is then aged for two years. The result is a ruby red beer with a pinkish tinged head, singing with sweet sour cherry flavour, background wood notes and a pleasing tart finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Classic accompaniment to rabbit and duck. Refreshing tartness also cuts through chocolate and cream-based desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml bottles (4.5% abv)
  • Boon Mariage Parfait Geuze
  • Boon Mariage Parfait Geuze

    Geuze

    Lembeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A beautiful vintage geuze, made by blending 95% aged lambic with 5% young, sweet lambic. The result is medium-bodied and intense; malty but tart with a dry and oaky finish that lingers. This beautiful beer is somewhere between a beer, a cider and a white wine.
    FOOD & BEER: Best on its own, but also great with soft cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml bottles (8% abv)
  • Boon Mariage Parfait Kriek
  • Boon Mariage Parfait Kriek

    Lambic cherry beer

    Lembeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Kriek Boon Mariage Parfait consists of 1 year-old heavy lambic flavoured with 400 grams of overripe cherries per litre. Longer ageing in small barrels gives it its special oaky flavour, before it is bottled and stored in an air-conditioned room for six months of secondary fermentation. It keeps for a minimum 20 years, and is ready to drink after about 2 years in the bottle. This is perfection in kriek beers – try it and admit that it surpasses the best wine.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with dark meats, especially duck, and simply incredible with dark chocolate.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Braeckman Apple
  • Braeckman Apple

    Belgian Jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a spirit made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as a flavouring for cocktails. 
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Chocolate
  • Braeckman Chocolate

    Belgian jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (17% abv)
  • Braeckman Flemish Coffee
  • Braeckman Flemish Coffee

    Belgian jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: Great served warm and topped with cream
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (18% abv)
  • Braeckman Hazelnut
  • Braeckman Hazelnut

    Belgian jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER:
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Kriek
  • Braeckman Kriek

    Belgian jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Lemon
  • Braeckman Lemon

    Belgian Jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Melon
  • Braeckman Melon

    Belgian Jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Passion Fruit
  • Braeckman Passion Fruit

    Belgian jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Pear
  • Braeckman Pear

    Belgian jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Redcurrant
  • Braeckman Redcurrant

    Belgian Jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (20% abv)
  • Braeckman Vanilla
  • Braeckman Vanilla

    Belgian Jenever

    Flanders, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Jenever is a type of gin made from a blend of malt wine, water and a alcohol, re-distilled with a variety of herbs, fruits and spices (of which the Juniper berry is the dominant flavour, hence the name). They're light and easy drinking, so perfect for shots, sipping over ice or as an ingredient for cocktails.
    FOOD & BEER: It's better in cocktails!
    BEER INFORMATION: 1 x 700ml bottle (17% abv)
  • Bruegel Amber
  • Bruegel Amber

    BELGIAN AMBER ALE

    Ertvelde, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Bruegel is a 5.2% traditional amber coloured Belgian ale. It is brewed with caramalt, giving a slightly sweet but earthy aroma. The taste is mainly defined by caramel, with a nicely balance dry finish. This beer style is popular in Belgium as an alternative for pilsner. It's named after the famous painter Pieter Bruegel The Elder, and an extract of the ‘Peasant’s Wedding’ painting is proudly shown on the label.
    FOOD & BEER: Although very much a session beer, Brueghel combines easy with meat and salads making an ideal partner for a barbecue.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (5.2% abv)
  • Brugse Zot Blonde
  • Brugse Zot Blonde

    BLONDE ALE

    Bruges, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Named Brugse Zot or "Bruges Fool", a historic nickname given to the town folk of Bruges, this golden beer should not be taken lightly. Brewed at the Halve Maan in Bruges, Brugse Zot gains its sweet body from four different malts, while two aromatic hop varieties give the beer a big, hoppy aroma and a satisfying dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Complements salads, creamy sauces, roast lamb and pork, and also has the character to stand up to spicy foods such as Asian curries.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre Alumasc keg (6% abv)
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  • Brugse Zot Brune
  • Brugse Zot Brune

    BELGIAN BROWN ALE

    Bruges, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A delicious dubbel from Bruges's Halve Maan brewery. A deep russet-brown body contrasts pleasingly with a firm creamy head. Up front malt sweetness is accented with bitter chocolate and dark fruits, all brought to a close with a rewarding bitter hop finish. One of Belgium's best dark beers.
    FOOD & BEER: Stands up to slowly cooked meat dishes such as casseroles and steak pies. Also contrast well with sharp sweet desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre Alumasc keg (7.5% abv)
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  • Bush Peche
  • Bush Peche

    Barley wine

    Wallonia, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A delicious blend of the fantastic Bush Scaldis barley wine with peach juice. it was invented many years ago by students, who mixed the barley wine with a peach geuze. Realising how good a more legitimate version could be, the brewery set about creating this wonderfully balanced, drinkable blend.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with fruity desserts, but also fruity savoury dishes too such as fragrant curries and tagines.
    BEER INFORMATION: 330ml bottles (8.5% abv)
  • Bush Scaldis
  • Bush Scaldis

    Barley Wine

    Wallonia, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Belgium's premium barley wine, Bush Scaldis is made with an exclusive yeast the brewery has jealously guarded for over 60 years. That special yeast allows it to ferment all the way to 12%, helping the gorgeous smooth mouthfeel and sweet caramel malt flavours.
    FOOD & BEER: This beer is fantastic with cheese, game, roast meat, stews and rich puddings.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (12% abv)
  • Campus Amber
  • Campus Amber

    Special Belge Ale

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Softly sweet with a caramel touch, this is a beautiful amber lager. That start is followed by a spicy note of coriander combined with pepper, which gives it a zingy light finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with stews and roasted dark meats.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (7% abv)
  • Campus Premium
  • Campus Premium

    Pilsner Lager

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A delicious light lager with a crisp, biscuity finish. Brewed at Huyghe Brewery, which makes the world-famous Delirium Tremens and given a branding update for the UK.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with barbecued meat, seafood and on its own on a hot day
    BEER INFORMATION: 330ml bottles, 50 litre keg (5% abv)
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  • Chimay Blue
  • Chimay Blue

    TRAPPIST DOUBLE ALE

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Luxuriant dark malts and caramel combine with fragrant aroma hops to produce this classic Trappist double ale. Deep brown in colour, when poured slowly it produces a large and stable off-white head. Very well balanced, yet at 9% abv Chimay Blue packs a deceptively powerful punch. This beer is best savoured slowly. 
    FOOD & BEER: Chimay Blue has the character to stand up to rich beef or venison stews. Also matches well with chocolate desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9% abv)
  • Chimay Cinq Cents
  • Chimay Cinq Cents

    Trappist Ale

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Nicknamed "Cinq Cents", this beer is the Chimay tripel (white) in a Champagne bottle. Chimay White is a very rewarding Trappist triple, with a fragrant aroma of Muscat grapes, raisins and green apples, followed by a sweet malt body balanced by assertive hop bitterness. 
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with white meat, creamy sauces and shellfish
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 750ml bottles (8% abv)
  • Chimay Grand Reserve
  • Chimay Grand Reserve

    Trappist Double Ale

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Chimay Blue in a large champagne corked bottle - great for sharing or cellar ageing.
    FOOD & BEER:
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 750ml bottle (9% abv)
  • Chimay Premiere
  • Chimay Premiere

    Trappist Ale

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Chimay Red in a large Champagne style bottle – the same gorgeous Belgian double in a bottle perfect for sharing and cellar ageing.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches up perfectly with slow roasted pork and casseroled chicken, and is also the ideal parry to strong hard cheeses.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 750ml bottle (7% abv)
  • Chimay Red
  • Chimay Red

    TRAPPIST AMBER ALE

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: This attractive copper beer was the first beer brewed by the Trappist fathers of the Notre-Dame de Scourmont Abbey at Chimay back in 1862. At 7% abv, it is eminently drinkable, with a silky mouthfeel, sweet fruit aroma and a pleasant bitter hop finish. Somehow, just one never seems enough!
    FOOD & BEER: Matches up perfectly with slow roasted pork and casseroled chicken, and is also the ideal parry to strong hard cheeses.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (7% abv)
  • Chimay White
  • Chimay White

    TRAPPIST TRIPLE ALE

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Chimay White is a very rewarding Trappist triple, with a fragrant aroma of Muscat grapes, raisins and green apples, followed by a sweet malt body balanced by assertive hop bitterness.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect accompaniment to firm white fish such as cod or monkfish. Also stands up well to oily fish such as mackerel.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (8% abv)
  • De Koninck
  • De Koninck

    SPECIALE BELGE ALE

    Antwerp, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: The beer of Antwerp, De Koninck is an amber coloured, top-fermented beer with a lively taste and soft, velvety aroma. Brewed with Saaz hops, De Koninck may seem very similar to a British ale, but it's more fragrant and spicier. Served in its classic stemmed glass, known as a bolleke or "little ball".
    FOOD & BEER: The ultimate easy drinking "session" beer, so great on its own but also pairs well with slow-roasted meat dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30 litre Sankey keg (5.2% abv)
  • De La Senne Jambe De Bois
  • De La Senne Jambe De Bois

    Tripel

    Brussels
    BEER NOTES: Jambe-de-Bois is a powerful and full-bodied strong blonde that takes the hoppiness of Westmalle Tripel a step further. It has a scent of ripe banana and a subtle blend of aromatic hops that add earth, spice, fresh grass and lemon. On the palate it all combines with a champagne-like fizz and bready bittersweetness.
    FOOD & BEER: Best as an aperitif.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (8% abv)
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  • De La Senne Stouterik
  • De La Senne Stouterik

    Black IPA

    Brussels
    BEER NOTES: Stouterik is unlike any other Belgian stout, using spicy British hops and clean yeast to create a light, dry and freshly bitter beer with plenty of complex roasted notes of coffee and chocolate. 
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with rich stews, red meat roasts and as a digestif
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.5% abv)
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  • De La Senne Taras Boulba
  • De La Senne Taras Boulba

    Belgian pale ale

    Brussels
    BEER NOTES: De La Senne make hoppy, bitter versions of traditional Belgian styles. This straw-coloured pale ale has hints of soft stone fruits from the yeast and sweet maltiness, but loads of citric aroma and a big, biting finish that leaves you gasping for more.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with white meats, mildly spiced foods and meaty fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.5% abv)
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  • De La Senne Zinnebir
  • De La Senne Zinnebir

    Belgian blonde

    Brussels
    BEER NOTES: A modern revamp of the traditional Belgian blonde, Zinnebir balances a bready malt body, banana-like Belgian yeast and big, assert hop spice and bitterness to make for a very easy drinking, anti-traditional blonde ale. 
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with roast chicken and creamy sauces
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (6% abv)
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  • Delirium Nocturnum
  • Delirium Nocturnum

    BELGIAN BROWN ALE

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Delirium Nocturnum is a deliciously complex dark ale. The aroma is a mixture of caramel, coffee and chocolate, as well as spices such as liquorice and coriander. The very smooth mouthfeel of the beer is perfectly balanced with rich alcohol and earthy hops. The taste is dominated by roasted malt and chocolate malt followed by subtle dryness and gentle bitterness of hops.
    FOOD & BEER: The obvious choice for Nocturnum is dark red meats like venison. Cheese-wise it's great with mature Cheddar or gouda but is also perfect with a molten camembert. It can even be paired with rich desserts like tiramisu.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (8.5% abv)
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  • Delirium Red
  • Delirium Red

    DARK FRUIT BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Delirium Red is a 8.5% abv dark-red cherry beer based on a blonde ale. It has a light pink, compact head, a soft aroma of almond and sour cherries (girottes), and tastes tangy and fruity, with a perfect balance between sweet and sour. 
    FOOD & BEER: An excellent partner for strong red meat like duck and venison. It is also a beautiful dessert beer, working well with the Christmas pudding, creamy desserts and, of course, dark chocolate
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (8.5% abv)
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  • Delirium Tremens
  • Delirium Tremens

    STRONG GOLDEN ALE

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Launched in 1989, Delirium Tremens was elected best beer in the world in Stuart Kallen’s 50 Best Beers Of The World. It is a bright golden beer with a dense white head, a sweet fruity flavour and lots of warming alcohol. It's made with Czech Saaz hops and Styrian Goldings, and fermented with three different yeasts.
    FOOD & BEER: Delirium works well as an aperitif, but try it with charcuterie, grilled fish or chicken.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (8.5% abv), 30 litre keg (7.5% abv)
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  • Deus Brut de Flandres
  • Deus Brut de Flandres

    Champagne tripel ale

    Buggenhout, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Effervescent golden beer brewed in Belgium then refermented with Champagne yeast in France. A wonderful spicy tripel-style beer with a crisp Champagne finish. A perfect replacement for Champagne in a beer bar, and makes a great Bucks Fizz too.
    FOOD & BEER: A perfect aperitif, and wonderful will shellfish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 750ml bottle (11.5% abv)
  • Duchesse De Bourgogne
  • Duchesse De Bourgogne

    Flemish Red Ale

    Vichte, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A fruity Flemish red ale, left to age and go sour in giant oak vats. This complex beer has notes of red wine and cherry, as well as a dry ciderous depth.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with game and duck, but also hearty salads.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6.2% abv)
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  • Duvel
  • Duvel

    STRONG GOLDEN ALE

    Breendonk, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: For many, this is the definitive strong Belgian golden ale. High carbonation produces a towering foamy white head which contrasts beautifully with a sparkling light golden body. Up-front there's apple and pear, then a clean and very refreshing malt character, followed by a lingering dry hop finish. The brewery also bring out an annual single-hop version, using a different hop each time.
    FOOD & BEER: Excels with firm, white fish and poultry. Duvel also has the power to take on the potent flavours of pan-Asian cuisines.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (8.4% abv)
  • Floris Apple
  • Floris Apple

    FRUIT WHEAT BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris Apple is a 3.6% Belgian wheat beer with added apple juice. It has a very fine, dense and lacing white foam head, and a complex smell of sour green apples and cider. The beer is delicately balanced between sour and light sweet fruit. An orchard in a glass!
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with rich cream sauces, aromatic cheeses and spicy cuisine - supremely refreshing
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6% abv)
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  • Floris Chocolate
  • Floris Chocolate

    FRUIT WHEAT BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris Chocolate is a 4.2% Belgian wheat beer made with chocolate. It's chestnut brown, with aromas of vanilla, hazelnut and chocolate, which all shine through on the palate before a subtle aftertaste of coriander and the curaçao that was used in the wheat beer.
    FOOD & BEER: This brilliant chocolate beers goes surprisingly well with a lot of smoked food like smoked duck breast and smoked sausages, but even better with strawberry or raspberry-based puddings.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (4.2% abv)
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  • Floris Framboise
  • Floris Framboise

    RASPBERRY BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: An aromatic Belgian wheat beer blended with raspberry juice. Up-front sweet fruit flavours with a little raspberry tartness on the finish. Serve well chilled for maximum refreshment, this is a great choice for those who claim they don't usually like beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Try with rich chocolate puddings, sorbets, chilled fruit compote and creme brulee.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 30 litre keg (3.6% abv)
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  • Floris Honey
  • Floris Honey

    FRUIT WHEAT BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris Honey is a traditional Belgian wheat beer brewed with honey. It has yellow blond colour and still slightly cloudy because of the wheat beer. It smells of Acacia honey, nicely in balance with a subtle hint of vanilla. It tastes pleasantly sweet and slightly bitter, evolving into the rich taste palate of honey.
    FOOD & BEER: The big caramel and malty character of this honey beer makes it a good partner with the lighter meats like poultry, pork and veal. It also makes very nice vinaigrettes and combines nicely with lots of crisp salads.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (4.5% abv)
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  • Floris Kriek
  • Floris Kriek

    Cherry beer

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris Kriek is a traditional Belgian wheat beer blended with cherry juice to add some tartness and sweetness, before the spices of the wheat beer creep back in on the finish. It makes a brilliant dessert beer or, indeed, a replacement for a dessert!
    FOOD & BEER: Great with cherries (obviously), dark chocolate and creamy desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (3.6% abv)
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  • Floris Mango
  • Floris Mango

    FRUIT WHEAT BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris Mango is based on a traditional Belgian wheat beer, golden in colour and slightly hazy. The aroma is of mango, papaya, pepper and a subtle note of citrus fruits from the base beer. The mouth feel is extremely smooth thanks to the fresh mango juice, and the lingering aftertaste is sweet and fruity.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious as an aperitif with canapes, this mango beer also works well when paired with exotic spicy dishes such as Malay chicken curry. It is also a perfect partner with mango-inspired desserts like bavarois or sorbets.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6%)
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  • Floris Ninkeberry
  • Floris Ninkeberry

    FRUIT WHEAT BEER

    Huyghe, Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris ninkeberry is a traditional Belgian Wheat blended with a mysterious mix of exotic fruits mix. It smells of mango, apricot, peach and a subtle passionfruit. The flavour is complex but the predominant taste is peach and apricot. Never try to explain what exactly a ninkeberry is!
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious as an aperitif at a barbecue on a hot day, this exotic beer also works well when paired with exotic dishes such as spicy chicken kebabs or even Cajun cooked ribs. It is also a perfect partner with peach inspired desserts like bavarois or sorbets
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6% abv)
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  • Floris Passion Fruit
  • Floris Passion Fruit

    Passion fruit beer

    BEER NOTES: Floris Passion Fruit, like the name suggests, is a Belgian wheat beer blended with passion fruit juice. It has a sweet aroma of passion fruit that dominates the flavour, all until the finish when the spices of the original wheat beer come through.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with fruit salads and fruity desserts
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (3.6% abv)
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  • Floris Strawberry
  • Floris Strawberry

    STRAWBERRY BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Floris strawberry is a 3.6% abv strawberry-flavoured wheat beer. It has deep stone-red colour with a little haze from the wheat. It's a very mild, sweet fruit beer, with an excellent balance between sweet and sour. 
    FOOD & BEER: Terrific before a meal but also with sweet desserts, This strawberry beer is a perfect pairing for Belgian waffles and ice cream. Try a beer float with a ball of ice cream in it too!
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6% abv)
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  • Fourpure Amber
  • Fourpure Amber

    American Red Ale

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Inspired by the rich, complex American amber and red ales of the West Coast, Fourpure's Amber balances big citrus and piney aromas with biscuity, toffee like malts to make a bittersweet and full-flavoured beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Utterly brilliant with barbecue food and glazed pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (5.1% abv)
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  • Fourpure IPA
  • Fourpure IPA

    India Pale Ale

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: This big, brash and hoppy IPA is inspired by Portland, Oregon, arguably the place where the world's best IPAs are produced. Copious amounts of Citra and Mosaic hops gives this beer a huge aroma of grapefruit, mango and pine, all balanced by a little malt sweetness and just a hint of sweet alcohol before the big bitter finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with spicy Indian food, anything off the grill, or any main dish with a little fruity sweetness to it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (6.5% abv)
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  • Fourpure Oatmeal Stout
  • Fourpure Oatmeal Stout

    Stout

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: In reference to their hometown of London, where the stout was invented, Fourpure have created a revitalising, full-bodied otameal stout. It's rich, creamy and toasty, with a big roasted coffee and chocolate aroma and flavour.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with stews, pies and all kinds of stews.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (5.1% abv)
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  • Fourpure Pale Ale
  • Fourpure Pale Ale

    American Pale Ale

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Inspired by the American pale ales of the West Coast that pretty much started the craft beer revolution, this beautiful balanced beer has a lightly malted body given a huge lift by the bucketload of American hops that create its amazing citrus and tropical aroma. A great summer beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with warm salads, barbecue food and rotisserie chicken
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (5% abv)
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  • Fourpure Pils
  • Fourpure Pils

    Pilsner lager

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Inspired by the brewer's cycling holiday around south Germany and the Czech Republic, this pilsner-style lager is heavily hopped with mittelfruh and Saaz hops to give it a floral and spicy aroma and a super-dry finish. That's balanced with just a hint of bready malt sweetness to make this one of the best, if not the best, lager brewed in the UK.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with German sausages, barbecue food and spicy dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans (4.7% abv)
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  • Fourpure Session IPA
  • Fourpure Session IPA

    India Pale Ale

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Brewed to have all the hop punch of their IPA but with a lighter feel and at a more sessionable strength, Fourpure's Session IPA is the beer for hop lovers who want to have a few beers. This beer is still turbo-charged though, using the unusual combination of galaxy, citra, mosaic, Ahtanum and Crystal hops to give it a big citrus aroma.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with aromatic curries and summer salads
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml Cans (4.2% abv)
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  • Fruli
  • Fruli

    STRAWBERRY WHITE BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Fruli is the bestselling fruit beer in the UK. Made in Belgium from pure strawberry juice and premium white beer, it's smooth, well-rounded and packed with natural fruit juice. Fruli is sweeter than ordinary beers, with just a hint of bitterness and a little citrus zest that balances out the palate. Ideal for those seeking a totally different beer experience or looking for something less bitter.
    FOOD & BEER: Incredible with sweet desserts, Fruli is a perfect pairing for Belgian waffles and ice cream.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre kegs (4.1% abv)
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  • Gouden Carolus Tripel
  • Gouden Carolus Tripel

    Belgian Triple Ale

    Mechelen, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Originally brewed for the Knights of the Golden Fleece in 1491 this full and beautifully balanced triple beer from Het Anker has won many awards and is a stunning example of the style. Golden and spicy, it dances on your tongue before a balanced, dry hop finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great at cutting through firm white fish and creamy sauces
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (11% abv)
  • Grottenbier
  • Grottenbier

    Belgian Brown Ale

    BEER NOTES: This beautiful Belgian dubbel is matured in caves giving a full body and complex malt flavour. Even though it is relatively low in alcohol for a Belgian beer, it is packed with flavour and a brilliant after-dinner beer.
    FOOD & BEER: brilliant with cheeses, stews and roasted meats, or just on its own after a meal.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6.5% abv)
  • Gulden Draak
  • Gulden Draak

    Belgian Quadruple Ale

    Ertvelde, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Gulden Draak is a dark and strong Belgian ale with hints of cherry, plums and sweetened coffee. At such high alcohol it has a strong alcoholic aroma, but it much smoother on the palate and a delicious and decadent beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with cheeses, chutneys and figs.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (10.5% abv)
  • Hacker-Pschorr Gold
  • Hacker-Pschorr Gold

    Munich lager

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: A much-loved premium lager beer from one of Munich’s most historic breweries. The deep-gold body is packed with full-on sweet malt flavour, light floral hoppy aroma and a delicate bitterness on the finish. This is a very smooth and drinkable beer that you will keep coming back to.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with charcuterie, pizza, salmon and seafood. Cuts through spicy Indian food, and is great in the summer with a barbecue.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Hefeweizen
  • Hacker-Pschorr Hefeweizen

    HEFE WEISSE BIER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Spicy clove, coriander and banana all play leading roles in both the aroma and taste, with satisfying bready malt as the backbone. Because it's unfiltered it's almost opaque, with a lovely smooth mouthfeel and a gorgeous creamy head. It's undoubtedly one of Bavaria’s finest beers.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with seafood pasta, fishcakes and smoked salmon. Traditional Bavarian accompaniment to white sausage.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Hell
  • Hacker-Pschorr Hell

    MUNICH HELL LAGER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: With a luxuriant white foam, fragrant bouquet and dry finish, Munich Hell is a brilliant example of Hells lager, which is brewed to the German purity law. It's a little lighter in colour, flavour and alcohol than the Gold, which makes it a great session beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with roast pork and sausages, just as it would be enjoyed in Bravaria.
    BEER INFORMATION: 50 litre keg (5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Kellerbier Anno 1417
  • Hacker-Pschorr Kellerbier Anno 1417

    Bavarian Helles Lager

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Kellerbiers are the unfiltered, unpasteurised versions of a German brewery's main beer and usually the favourite beer of any brewer who works there. Leaving the hop and yeast particles in the beer gives it a gorgeous creamy mouthfeel and a sweeter flavour, without affecting that signature crisp bitter finish of all great German lagers. Hacker-Pschorr's Kellerbier is truly one of the best lagers in the world.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with meaty fish or, more traditionally, white sausage.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottle, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Sternweiss
  • Hacker-Pschorr Sternweiss

    HEFEWEIZEN

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Hacker Pschorr Sternweisse is a very special 5.5% dark Bavarian weissbier. It has a gorgeous creamy head, a delicious, full-bodied taste, and aroma of caramel, almonds and marzipan. One of the best German wheat beers ever made.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with seafood pasta, fishcakes and poached smoked salmon. It's also the traditional Bavarian accompaniment to white sausage.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted
  • Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted

    Blonde Beer

    Alba, Scotland
    BEER NOTES: This easy-drinking beer has earned itself a fine reputation in craft beer circles.  Superbly balanced, with a malty-sweet aroma, floral, fruity hoppiness and a zingy, zesty flavour. It’s complex, rounded and dry. It's also won Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2003, Champion Beer at the International Beer Awards 2004 and been voted World’s Best Ale at the World Beer Awards 2007.
    FOOD & BEER: Bitter & Twisted has the bite to take on big flavours. Try it with hot smoked salmon, spicy curries or bbq pulled pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 50 litre keg (4.2% abv)
  • Harviestoun Old Engine Oil
  • Harviestoun Old Engine Oil

    Porter

    Alba, Scotland
    BEER NOTES: Old Engine Oil is understandably a firm favourite among porter drinkers. This remarkably smooth, creamy brew offers up flavours of coffee, dark chocolate and earthy hops. Rich fruit lingers within the residual sweetness, pleasingly accompanying the roasty, toasty notes. Awarded Gold at the 2010 International Beer Challenge and voted Europe’s Best Porter at the 2010 World Beer Awards.
    FOOD & BEER: Old Engine Oil pairs beautifully with a slow-cooked beef or venison casserole.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6% abv)
  • Harviestoun Schiehallion
  • Harviestoun Schiehallion

    Craft Lager

    Alba, Scotland
    BEER NOTES: Schiehallion is one of the UK's best lagers. Named after a mountain in Perthshire, known in Gaelic as the ‘Fairy Hill of the Caledonians’, this stunning lager has aromas and flavours of fresh-cut grass, brown sugar, lychee and green mango. A crisp palate precedes a fresh, grapefruity finish. Judged World’s Best Pilsner at the World Beer Awards 2008.
    FOOD & BEER: Schiehallion is a great all-rounder with food. Pairs beautifully with seafood rissotto, smoked mackerel and pasta.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (4.8% abv)
  • Hawkes Ginger Beer
  • Hawkes Ginger Beer

    ALCOHOLIC GINGER BEER

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Named after the Victorian street hawkers of London, Hawkes is packed with fresh zingy ginger that gives a gentle warmth all the way down, helped by the touch of alcohol.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant on a summers day and in cocktails, or with spicy Chinese and Japanese curries.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 500ml bottle (4% abv)
  • Hawkes Urban Orchard
  • Hawkes Urban Orchard

    CIDER

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: Made from apples collected from small orchards and even gardens around London, Urban Orchard is a completely unique cider. It's taste is unique too, with lots of depth and just enough sweetness to make it medium-dry.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with creamy sauces and served cold on a hot day outside
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 50l keg (4.5% abv)
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  • Hercule Stout
  • Hercule Stout

    Belgian Stout

    Ellezelles, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Belgian brewers don't produce many stouts, but when they do they can be astonishing. Hercule packs a real dark flavour punch, which complex malt flavours and a hint of coffee - outstanding.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with stews and roasted meats.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 330ml bottle (8.4% abv)
  • Hopf Helle Weiss
  • Hopf Helle Weiss

    HELLE WEISSE BIER

    Miesbach, Bravaria, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Brewed at the highly respected Hopf brewery in the picturesque town of Miesbach, Hopf Helle Weisse is a little gem! With a lighter body than classic hefeweisses, but with the same moreish taste, this beer is just so drinkable. Anyone who likes Bavarian wheat beer or Belgian wit bier will fall for this beauty, which is regarded as one of the best in the world.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs well with white fish, poultry and pork. Will stand up well to cream-based sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml, 50 litre keg (5.3% abv)
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  • Hopus
  • Hopus

    Belgian IPA

    Quenast, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: One of a new wave of Belgian IPAs that leave behind the big esters and go for big fruity hop aromas. After a clean, sweet finish this beer builds to a big hoppy finish, like a super hopped tripel.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with sweeter, spicy curries like Tikka Masala.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 330ml bottle (8.3%)
  • Kasteel Donker
  • Kasteel Donker

    Belgian Quadruple Ale

    Ingelmunster, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Strong, dark and rich, this beer is the flagship of Kasteel's range. Originally brewed in 1989 the beer is brewed with subtle, spicy British hops then aged for months to refine and gain its smooth flavour and feel.
    FOOD & BEER: A great nightcap and brilliant with cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (11% abv)
  • Kasteel Rouge
  • Kasteel Rouge

    Cherry Beer

    Ingelmunster, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Strong cherry beer from the Van Honsebrouck brewery, with a smooth flavour and slightly sour finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Cuts right through red meats and beef stews.
    BEER INFORMATION: 8% abv. 24 x 330ml bottle
  • Kasteel Tripel
  • Kasteel Tripel

    Belgian Triple Ale

    Ingelmunster, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lovely balanced tripel despite the high alcohol. It has a wonderful full texture and a sweet taste that gives way to a spicy and bitter finish that makes it an excellent beer with food.  
    FOOD & BEER: Great with big flavours such as chilli and ginger, meaning it's perfect for curries and spicier Asian food.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (11% abv)
  • Kona Big Wave
  • Kona Big Wave

    Golden Ale

    Kona, Hawaii
    BEER NOTES: Kona wanted to make a beer that went down easy after a day out on the water. But Big Wave Golden Ale is more than that. It is one of the most delicious, drinkable ales available in the UK with a bona fide craft claim too. A light-bodied golden ale with a bright tropical hop aroma and flavour, making it smooth, crisp and refreshing.
    FOOD & BEER: Big Wave's lighter body and bright hop aroma and taste makes it a natural to enjoy with seafood, poultry, salads and light pasta dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 355ml, 20 litre keg (4.4% abv)
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  • Kona Castaway
  • Kona Castaway

    India Pale Ale

    Kona, Hawaii
    BEER NOTES: Brewed in Hawaii and full of tropical flavours, Castaway is a stunning 6% IPA. With hints of mango, pineapple and sherbet all balanced by a sweet and biscuity malty backbone it's a full on flavour bomb with a surprisingly easy-going finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with burgers, barbecue and sweet or spicy main meals.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (6% abv)
  • Kona Fire Rock
  • Kona Fire Rock

    Pale Ale

    Kona, Hawaii
    BEER NOTES: Fire Rock Pale Ale is crisp, refreshing “Hawaiian-style” pale ale. Its signature copper colour results from the unique blend of specialty roasted malts that gives it the sweet flavour and smooth mouthfeel. The pronounced citrus-floral hop aroma comes from the liberal amounts of Galena, Cascade & Mt. Hood hops.
    FOOD & BEER: Fire Rock Pale Ale pairs exceptionally well with a broad variety of foods. Its hop character and full body stand up against heartier dishes and barbecue, but it doesn`t overtake lighter fare like chicken or salads.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 355ml (5.9% abv)
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  • Kona Longboard Island Lager
  • Kona Longboard Island Lager

    PILSNER LAGER

    Kona, Hawaii
    BEER NOTES: Longboard Island Lager is a smooth, refreshing lager fermented and "lagered" or aged for five weeks at cold temperatures to yield its exceptionally smooth flavour. A delicate, slightly spicy hop aroma complements the malty body of this beer. As they say back home in Hawaii - this beer is liquid Aloha!
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs well with herb chicken, pizza and salads - or practically anything straight off the barbecue on a hot day!
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 355ml, 30 litre keg (4.6% abv)
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  • Kwak
  • Kwak

    BELGIAN AMBER ALE

    Buggenhout, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Kwak is a deep amber beer with a rich white head. The aroma is of caramel and dried fruit, while a sweet malt body with honey and liquorice notes precedes a toffee finish. Known primarily for its famous stirrup glass and wooden stand, Pauwel Kwak translates as Fat Paul, an enterprising innkeeper who legend tells us developed the chevalier glass to sell beer to passing coachmen.
    FOOD & BEER: Works well with steak and slow-cooked pork and beef.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml 30 litre keg (8.4% abv)
  • La Chouffe
  • La Chouffe

    Belgian Blonde Ale

    Achouffe, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: An unfiltered, well-hopped artisan Belgian blonde ale. With peaches, apricot and citrusy touches on the nose it has a more herbal flavour, combined with sweet malt before a crisp finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with seafood, particularly mussels where the hops cut through the creamy sauce and complement the acidity.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 12 x75ml bottle, 20 litre Alumasc keg (8% abv)
  • La Guillotine
  • La Guillotine

    Belgian tripel

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: An award-winning tripel ale from the celebrated Huyghe brewery, Melle. This golden blond, multigrain beer uses Saaz, Brewers Gold and Amarillo to get a lovely grassy, spiced and citrussy aroma. On the palate it is initially rather sweet, with an intense fruity flavour from the Belgian yeast and hops, before a clean bitter finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with all kinds of seafood, particularly white fish and scallops.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (8.5% abv)
  • La Rulles Estivale
  • La Rulles Estivale

    Pale Ale

    Ardennes
    BEER NOTES: This incredible Belgian pale ale is made with Orval yeast and American hops to create one of the most exciting aromas in Belgian brewing. Loaded with strawberries, raspberries, lemon and a little spiciness, on the palate it takes lots of that on but is balanced with a bready sweetness and a clean, bitter finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with moules mariniere or any white fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20l Keg, 12 x 750ml btl
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  • La Trappe Blond
  • La Trappe Blond

    TRAPPIST BLONDE ALE

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: La Trappe was the first Trappist brewery to produce a blonde style beer. Rich gold in appearance with a creamy white head. Luxuriant pear and peach fruit aromas lead to a rounded sweet, butterscotch malt body, with a light bitter finish. 
    FOOD & BEER: La Trappe Blonde pairs well with roast chicken, prosciutto ham, grilled fish. Ideal partner to mussels a la biere.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6.5% abv)
  • La Trappe Dubbel
  • La Trappe Dubbel

    Trappist Ale

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: Brewed by one of just two Trappist breweries in the Netherlands, La Trappe's wonderfully balanced, full-on Dubbel ale is rich and caramel-like with a soft bitter finish
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with stews, roasts, hard cheese and sweet tomato sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 20 litre keg (7%)
  • La Trappe Puur
  • La Trappe Puur

    Belgian pale ale

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: La Trappe Puur is a Belgian-style pale ale brewed exclusively with organic ingredients. Light, crisp and hoppy, with a bit of yeasty fruitiness too. Still full of flavour despite being exceptionally low abv for a Belgian beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with light meats and fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24x330ml bottles (4.7% abv)
  • La Trappe Quadruple
  • La Trappe Quadruple

    Trappist Ale

    BEER NOTES: Quadruple beers are the strongest of the Belgian styles, and La Trappe pack a lot of flavour in too. With aromas of banana, almond and vanilla that all make it to the flavour, it rounds out the beer with some smoky and burnt caramel flavours to make this a well balanced but still complex beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with hard cheeses, but also good with rich, sweet treats like spotted dick or fruitcake.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (10% abv)
  • La Trappe Tripel
  • La Trappe Tripel

    TRAPPIST TRIPLE ALE

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: A rewarding honey-coloured triple from the only Trappist brewery in the Netherlands. Cloves, apple and banana aromas yield to a smooth sweet malt body with herbal yeasty notes, before a dry spicy finish of cardamom and cloves. 
    FOOD & BEER: Superb with poultry and pork, partcularly when served with rich cream based sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (8% abv)
  • La Trappe Witte
  • La Trappe Witte

    Trappist Wheat Beer

    Koningshoeven, The Netherlands
    BEER NOTES: La Trappe Witte is the world's only Trappist wheat beer. Unusually for a Belgian wit it uses no spices, so all the fruity aromas and flavours come from the hops, malt and yeast. That means lots of banana yeasty aromas, then a lemony citrus edge and crisp finish. To help the aromas sing the beer is refermented in the bottle and left unfiltered.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with seafood, chicken and salads.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (5.5% abv)
  • Lervig & Magic Rock Farmhouse IPA
  • Lervig & Magic Rock Farmhouse IPA

    IPA/saison cross

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: This stunning beer from Lervig was brewed in collaboration with the brilliant Magic Rock from Huddersfield. It's a mash up of a hoppy, citrusy IPA and a funky dry Belgian saison. What it creates is a delicious fruity aroma with a hint of sherbert and herbalness from the Belgian yeast, and then a smooth, fruity beer with a big smack of hops and a little bretty dryness at the end. It's head brewer Mike Murphy's favourite beer.
    FOOD & BEER: A great match with all kinds of dishes, from seafood curries, to fruity salads and spicy fragrant food like tagines.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6% abv)
  • Lervig Betty Brown
  • Lervig Betty Brown

    Brown ale

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: This Norwegian brown ale has a lovely caramel body and a sweetness to match, balanced by flavours of roasted coffee, nuts and a little hop bitterness. It's a much more traditional style of beer that real ale lovers will enjoy as much as the craft beer crowd, and it's great with food.  
    FOOD & BEER: The perfect match for all kinds of pub food, from burgers and pies to Sunday roasts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig Hoppy Joe
  • Lervig Hoppy Joe

    American red ale

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Hoppy Joe is a bold American red ale brewed by one of Norway's best craft brewers - with lots of biscuity, caramel and cracker flavours that give way to big floral hops and citrus bitterness.
    FOOD & BEER: This beer is stunning with anything smoked, roasted or barbecued. It's it's caramelised or charred, this is the beer to go for.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig Konrad Stout
  • Lervig Konrad Stout

    Imperial Stout

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Lervig head brewer Mike Murphy often brews the famous Beer Geek Breakfast beers for gypsy brewer Mikkeller, so he knows how to do a good imperial stout. Konrad Stout is much better than that – it's smooth and sweet, balanced with a fantastic coffee and liquorice edge that gives it depth and character beyond most strong dark beers. The kind of beer that stops people in their tracks.
    FOOD & BEER: A surprisingly versatile beer considering it's strength, but at its absolutely best with hard cheeses, chocolate puddings and as a digestif.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (10.4% abv)
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  • Lervig Lucky Jack
  • Lervig Lucky Jack

    American pale ale

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: The biggest seller from one of Norway's best craft brewers. Mike Murphy, their head brewer, has worked for the likes of Mikkeller and Birra Del Borgo, and knows how to brew a fantastic hoppy beer. This 4.7% American pale is loaded with tropical aromas of pineapple and grapefruit, with a smooth sweet middle and refreshing bitter finish. One of the great European examples of US-style brewing.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with fragrant curries and barbecued pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans, 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre keg (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig Lucky Jack Grapefruit Edition
  • Lervig Lucky Jack Grapefruit Edition

    Fruit Flavoured IPA

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: American pale ale brewed with Amarillo, Chinook and Citra hops, hops dominate the aroma and the flavour, at 45IBU this beer is not overly bitter but the caramel malts have given the balance needed to sure up the bitterness and balance it with the grapefruit, tropical fruit and citrus aromas and flavours. This is the Grapefruit special edition, with fresh grapefruit juice added you get a really fruity and refreshing experience.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs perfectly with Sushi and Pulled pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml Cans
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  • Lervig Pilsner
  • Lervig Pilsner

    Pilsner lager

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: The beer that started it all for Lervig. After Carlsberg bought out and closed the only regional brewery in Stravanger, Norway, the locals decided to do something about it. They clubbed together to build a new brewery, and Lervig started brewing fresh Pilsner over 10 years ago. Crispy, light and refreshing at 4.7% this beer is a great sipper.
    FOOD & BEER: Best on its own on a hot day, but also great with salads, barbecues, and cured meats.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (4.7% abv)
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  • Lervig Rye IPA
  • Lervig Rye IPA

    IPA

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: This is a big, bold and brash IPA from one of Norway's most exciting breweries, Lervig. It's got a huge citrus hop profile on the nose along with lots of malt sweetness, then on the palate you get a hint of caramel before crashing hop bitterness and a big hit of tangy rye. An absolute stunner.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with roasted meats and slow cooks - especially sweet sticky ribs
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (8.5% abv)
  • Lervig White Dog
  • Lervig White Dog

    Belgian Wit Beer

    Stravanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: White Dog is a Belgian wit beer from Norway's best craft brewery, Lervig. It pours a cloudy and golden, with a light zesty aroma that leaps from the glass. On the palate it's crisp and light, with some sweet yeasty flavours and a hint of coriander & pithy orange.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with white fish and particularly sushi.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.7% abv)
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  • Liefmans Kriek Cuvee
  • Liefmans Kriek Cuvee

    Lambic cherry beer

    Oudenaarde, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Liefmans' Kriek cuvee is a stunning cherry beer. Based on a sour lambic, then aged over whole cherries, it strikes the sweet and the tart straight down the middle. It's won countless awards and rightly so.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with soft cheese, particularly goat's cheese and feta, but also stunning with dark chocolate and anything based on it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 375ml bottle (6% abv)
  • Lindemans Apple
  • Lindemans Apple

    BELGIAN FRUIT BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans Apple is a traditional gueuze blended with apple juice. It has a glowing gold colour, and the clean aroma and flavour of apples melds beautifully with the complex tartness of lambic. Smooth, light, tart and refreshing. 
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with rich cream sauces, hearty soups, aromatic cheeses and spicy cuisine - supremely refreshing.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 250ml (3.5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Cassis
  • Lindemans Cassis

    BELGIAN FRUIT BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans Cassis is a traditional gueuze blended with blackcurrant juice. It pours dark red with a huge blackcurrant aroma that hits you from feet away. The blackcurrants add a wonderful depth and deep fruitiness to the light, acidic gueuze.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with chocolate desserts, fruit crumbles and fresh raspberries.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 250ml (3.5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Faro
  • Lindemans Faro

    SOUR BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans faro is a traditional gueuze made with candy sugar during the fermentation process. The candy sugar rounds off the sourness of the original beer, and adds a brown sugar-depth to create a "candied lambic". Perfect for getting in to sour beers, and for matching sours with heavier food.
    FOOD & BEER: The sugar adds a sweet depth that makes this a refreshing match with heavy stews, but it is at its best with citric fruits in puddings.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 250ml bottles (4.5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Framboise
  • Lindemans Framboise

    BELGIAN FRUIT BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans Framboise is a traditional sour gueuze blended with raspberry juice. It has a pink-red colour and a delicious taste of sparkling raspberry Champagne, with a characteristic sourness from the beer and sharpness from the fruit. The straight raspberry juice is blended with selected lambic of different ages.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with chocolate desserts, jam-based desserts such as Baked Alaska, and in cocktails.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 250ml, 12 x 375ml (2.5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Gueuze
  • Lindemans Gueuze

    BELGIAN LAMBIC

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans gueuze is a naturally fermented beer made with barley and wheat malt. The beer is brewed as a normal beer, before being exposed to the natural yeasts and fauna in the air. The beer is then barrelled to ferment and age for up to three years, before being bottled. It has a crisp, sour ciderous taste, with the aroma of Champagne.
    FOOD & BEER: It is the traditional beer for carbonnade, and makes a great accompaniment to seafood and other salty meals. It`s also delicious with cream sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 250ml, 12 x 375ml, 25 litre keg (5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Gueuze Cuvee Rene
  • Lindemans Gueuze Cuvee Rene

    BELGIAN WILD BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans' most traditional beer. Left to be infected by natural yeasts and fauna in the air, this beer is then aged in barrels for up to three years and blended before being bottled and aged again using the same methods as Champagne makers. After six months the gueuze obtains a golden colour and a cidery, winey palate; reminiscent, perhaps, of dry complex vermouth.
    FOOD & BEER: It is the traditional beer for carbonnade, as well as being a beautiful accompaniment to seafood and other salty meals.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml (5.5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Kriek
  • Lindemans Kriek

    LAMBIC CHERRY BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Lindemans Kriek is a delicious lambic cherry beer. Sweeter than most, it's a perfect introduction to the world of fruit beers; it's still got that sour kick and the tartness to make your mouth water. It starts life as a traditional lambic, left in open pools to be infected with natural yeasts and fauna in the air. This starts the souring process, which continues in barrels where cherry juice is added.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches brilliantly with duck and game, and cuts beautifully through chocolate desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 375ml bottles, 24 x 250ml bottles, 25 litre keg (3.5% abv)
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  • Lindemans Pêcheresse
  • Lindemans Pêcheresse

    LAMBIC PEACH BEER

    Vlezenbeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Golden in colour, Lindemans Pecheresse has the alluring bouquet of freshly picked peaches but is based on a traditional lambic. The upfront luxuriant fruit sweetness is pleasingly balanced by the lingering acidic notes of the base sour beer, resulting in a refined and full-flavoured beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Try Pecheresse with a Nicoise or Waldolf salad. It also pairs well with fruit-laden desserts such as fruit salads, Sundaes and sorbets.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 250ml (2.5% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded Apophenia
  • Lost and Grounded Apophenia

    Tripel

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: Lost and Grounded head brewer Alex has a longstanding love of strong Belgian beers and they were part of the reason he has made his home in Europe instead of his native Australia. This cloudy, smooth tripel is made with lots of pale malt to allow the hops and spice to come through and make for a surprisingly sippable beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with creamy sauces and soft cheeses, but at its best on its own.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles
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  • Lost and Grounded Hop-hand Fallacy
  • Lost and Grounded Hop-hand Fallacy

    Farmhouse ale

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: A session strength farmhouse ale with lots of spice from the yeast, subtle bready sweetness from the malts and hint of spiky citrus from the hops. They all come together to make for a heady aroma and flavour somewhere between a saison and a traditional Belgian wit beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with sushi, white fish and lighter meats. Ideal with creamy sauces too, as it cuts right through.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml bottles (4.4% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded Keller Pils
  • Lost and Grounded Keller Pils

    Unfiltered lager

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: Kellerbier is a traditional German style, a lager left unfiltered and unpasteurised so some of the yeasty, fruity flavours and aromas stay in the beer. Lost and Grounded's is lemony, bittersweet and refreshing with a hint of banana and other tasty yeast aromas.
    FOOD & BEER: Absolutely brilliant with roasted chicken and stews, as well as sushi and heavier pork (like sausages and ribs)
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml Bottles (4.8% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded No Rest For Dancers
  • Lost and Grounded No Rest For Dancers

    Hoppy Red Ale

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: Lots of caramalts and hops come together to make for a big and bittersweet beer that will please those who like darker beers as well as the hops heads.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with barbecued food, especially ribs, as well as steak in all its forms.
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs (6.2% abv)
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  • Lost and Grounded Running with Sceptres
  • Lost and Grounded Running with Sceptres

    Hoppy lager

    Bristol, England
    BEER NOTES: A special strong lager with some sweeter malts and a big whack of hops to add an American pale ale-like citrusy aroma and crisp, bitter finish. Fruity, bitter and satisfying.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with barbecue food, roasted pork and on its own of course!
    BEER INFORMATION: 30l kegs, 24 x 330ml bottles (5.2% abv)
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  • Meantime London Lager
  • Meantime London Lager

    English Lager

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: A modern, slightly hoppy lager from one of the grandfathers of the craft beer revolution. Founded long before the boom in British beer, Meantime produce excellent keg beers and London Lager is no exception. Biscuity and crisp with a hint of lemon, it's a great small-batch lager.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant at barbecues, with salads, pub snacks and with friends.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 50 litre keg (4.5% abv)
  • Meantime London Pale Ale
  • Meantime London Pale Ale

    Pale Ale

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Well balanced and highly drinkable pale ale with a full hop aroma, sweet malt body and a thirst-quenching dry finish. From the grandfathers of Britain's craft brewing scene, this is one of the beers that helped kickstart the revolution. It's an easy-drinking beer that makes the most of British hops.
    FOOD & BEER: Cuts through pastry and matches dark meat fillings, but is at it's best in pints with classic pub snacks like nuts, Scotch eggs and sausage rolls.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 50 litre Alumasc keg (4.3% abv)
  • Meantime London Porter
  • Meantime London Porter

    Porter

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Brewed just miles from the founding place of the style, London Porter is brewed with this heritage in mind. With a rich fruity character balanced by roasted coffee savouriness and a hint of liquorice, it's a full-bodied and reviving beer.
    FOOD & BEER: This beer is made for enjoying with roasted dark meats, cheeses and stews, but also traditionally served with oysters.
    BEER INFORMATION: 6 x 750ml bottle (6.5% abv)
  • Meantime London Stout
  • Meantime London Stout

    London Stout

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Brewed by one of the first in the wave of craft brewers and just miles from the place where porter was invented, this beer is unique and delicious. With a rich malted backbone and hints of coffee, chocolate and vanilla, this beer has a huge amount of flavour for a beer under 5%.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with cheeses and roast meats, especially beef.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml bottle, 30 litre keg (4.5% abv)
  • Meantime Pilsner
  • Meantime Pilsner

    Pilsner Lager

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Meantime's founder learnt his craft in Bravaria, and gained a great respect for the brewers there. As is traditional, when they aren't drinking their delicious weissbiers the Germans are sessioning on lager. Meantime's Pilsner is based o ntheir recipes, using pilsner malt and two German hops to give it a zesty aroma and mouthfeel and a crisp, moreish finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with barbecues, in particular sausages and white sausages, as traditionally enjoyed in Germany.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 30 litre keg (4.7% abv)
  • Meantime Raspberry Wheat
  • Meantime Raspberry Wheat

    Raspberry Wheat Beer

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Based on a pale, lightly hopped German wheat beer Meantime add raspberry juice during the long maturation period to add a tartness and a fruity sweetness to the beer. It makes a great aperitif, especially on a summer's day.
    FOOD & BEER: A great partner with anything chocolaty, or any tangy soft cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 330ml bottle (5.5% abv)
  • Meantime Wheat
  • Meantime Wheat

    Wheat Beer

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Meantime's founder Alastair Hook trained at Weihenstephan, the world's oldest brewery and producer of one of the world's best wheat beers. He was inspired by the weissbiers of Bravaria in the creation of this wheat beer, which is loaded with the soft bubblegum, clove and banana aromas and flavours you expect.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with all kinds of white fish and shellfish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 330ml bottle (5% abv)
  • Meantime Yakima Red
  • Meantime Yakima Red

    Red Ale

    Greenwich, England
    BEER NOTES: Named after the area in Washington State where most of the US supply of hops comes from, Yakima Red is a super hoppy, citrusy beer that balanced with the sweetness of the speciality malts that make this beer a glowing red colour.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with anything in barbecue sauces and similar, as the sweet malts blend with the sauce and the hops cut right through.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 330ml bottle, 30 litre keg (4.1% abv)
  • Mongozo Banana
  • Mongozo Banana

    Fruit Beer

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Known as "mbege" by the Masai tribes of Kenya, banana beer is a taste right out of the heart of Africa. As vibrant yellow in colour as a fully ripe banana, the beer greets you with a big smack of banana, satisfyingly followed on the palate by the coriander and citron notes of the underlying white beer. All bananas used in this beer are responsibly sourced from Fair Trade producers.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs well with curries ladened with sweet luxuriant fruit. Also try with creamy and chocolaty desserts like tiramisu.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6% abv)
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  • Mongozo Buckwheat White
  • Mongozo Buckwheat White

    Gluten-free Belgian wit

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: This has to be one of the world's finest gluten-free beers. Unlike many brewers who simply try to remove the gluten, Mongozo have brewed the beer with buckwheat, which is naturally gluten free. They've made a classic Belgian white beer with coriander and orange peel, but the nuttiness from the buckwheat adds an extra spiced and savoury element.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with mussels of course!
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.8% abv)
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  • Mongozo Coconut
  • Mongozo Coconut

    FRUIT BEER

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Mongozo coconut, made using South American quinoa, which has a brewing history dating back to the chica beer drunk by the ancient Inca civilisation. The decadent coconut aroma and a moreish sweet coconut taste are balanced by a malty central structure. All the coconut used to produce this beer is carefully sourced from Fair Trade producers.
    FOOD & BEER: Pair with hot and spicy Thai, Indonesian or Caribbean curries. For dessert, works well alongside rich chocolate puddings.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6% abv)
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  • Mongozo Gluten-free Pilsner
  • Mongozo Gluten-free Pilsner

    Gluten-free pilsner

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: This pilsner is a beautiful lager that anyone can enjoy. Not only is it gluten free, it's vegan and Fair Trade. So there's no excuse not to have a beer. Clean, crisp and refreshing, it's a beer with good intentions that follows through on them.
    FOOD & BEER: Like all lagers this is great with a barbecue or light salad.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (5%)
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  • Mongozo Mango
  • Mongozo Mango

    Fruit beer

    Melle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Delicately perfumed with a sweet honey-like scent and a smooth citrus aroma. Pours light golden in colour with a pinkish hue, delivering a snow white head. Refreshing upfront taste of fruit, naturally dominated by an exuberant and luxuriant sweet hit of mango. All the fruit used in the production of this beer is exclusively sourced from Fair Trade suppliers.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious as an aperitif, it also works well when paired with exotic spicy dishes such as Malay chicken curry.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (3.6% abv)
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  • Omission Lager
  • Omission Lager

    Gluten-free lager

    Oregon, US
    BEER NOTES: Omission Lager is a refreshing and crisp gluten-free beer, brewed in the traditional German lager style with an aromatic hop profile from the Hallertau hop. It comes from America's only exclusively gluten-free brewery, where they brew full-flavoured beers before extracting the gluten.
    FOOD & BEER: Like all lagers Omission is perfect with barbecue food and salads
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.6% abv)
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  • Omission Pale Ale
  • Omission Pale Ale

    American Pale Ale

    Oregon, US
    BEER NOTES: Omission Pale Ale is a single hop American Pale Ale. The hop is cascade, which gives this beer a huge citrus aroma and bitter finish, balanced by a sweet caramel body. It comes from America's only exclusively gluten-free brewery, where they brew full-flavoured beers before extracting the gluten.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with barbecue food and spicy food like curries and chillies.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (5.8% abv)
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  • Orval
  • Orval

    Trappist Amber Ale

    Gaume, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A beer recognised as one of the greatest on earth. This legendary Trappist ale is amber, bitter and full of delicious and unusual flavours. It's refermented in the bottle with brett, a funky Belgian yeast that gives it the smell of an off-kilter, almost barnyard aroma. But the beer is herbal, bitter and full of orange pith. As the beer ages this brett takes even more hold, and older vintages are stunning examples of how beers change in the bottle. 
    FOOD & BEER: At its best on its own, but it makes a great digestif as it's light and herbal.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6.2% abv)
  • Page 24 Blanche
  • Page 24 Blanche

    WHEAT BEER

    Aix-Noulette, France
    BEER NOTES: Extremely well-balanced and fragrant wit beer from this exciting French micro-brewery nestled near the Belgian border. The beer has a creamy white head, opaque yellow body and offers a delicate citrus bouquet and refreshing taste.
    FOOD & BEER: A natural partner to moules frites, this beer is delicate enough to pair well with light salads and simply dressed white fish and shellfish. Try with smoked salmon on buttered brown bread.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 330ml fliptop (4.9% abv)
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  • Page 24 Blonde
  • Page 24 Blonde

    BIERE DE GARDE

    Aix-Noulette, France
    BEER NOTES: An exceptional blonde biere de garde from this exciting French microbrewery in the Pas de Calais. Named in honour of Hildegard, the medieval saint who recorded a recipe for hopped beer on the twenty fourth page of a sacred script. Light gold in colour, with a luxuriant white head and a floral hop aroma, it has a sweet malt body with notes of vanilla that precedes a dry, hoppy finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Magnificent with moules frites, also a fine pairing to chicken, however you cook it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 330ml fliptop (5.9% abv)
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  • Page 24 Brune
  • Page 24 Brune

    BIERE DE GARDE

    Aix-Noulette, France
    BEER NOTES: This strong, dark brown biere de garde is a cracking example of the style and proof that France can do some fantastic beers. At 7.9% it's sticky and sweet, with notes of brown sugar, caramel and a little red apple freshness too.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with roasted meats and sausages.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (7.9% abv)
  • Page 24 Rhub' IPA
  • Page 24 Rhub' IPA

    RHUBARB BEER

    Aix-Noulette, France
    BEER NOTES: For this beer, Page 24 teamed up with the world-renowned Nogne O. The Rhub'IPA is brewed with rhubarb, which gives the beer a slightly sweetened aroma that subtly combines with the citrusy hops. On the palate though the rhubarb cuts right through the malt and leaves a sourness on the finish that makes the beer lighter and more refreshing than a classic IPA.
    FOOD & BEER: Works well with green leaf salads. Also a perfect accompaniment to warm fruit-based puddings - particularly when partnered with custard or cream.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 330ml (5.9% abv)
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  • Palm Speciale Belge
  • Palm Speciale Belge

    AMBER

    Lembeek, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Smooth Belgian amber beer with malted caramel flavours and a strong hoppy finish.
    FOOD & BEER: This light, amber beer is perfect with barbecue food, cutting right through sweetness and spice.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (5.2% abv)
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier

    GERMAN Hefe-weissbier

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: The definitive Bavarian style wheat beer from this internationally revered brewery. A hazy, glowing deep orange body is topped by a towering white head. The unique Paulaner yeast strain delivers upfront fragrant cloves and citrus notes which refreshingly cut through the satisfying full malt and wheat bready body. A real beauty!
    FOOD & BEER: A classic partner to bratwurst and white sausage, Also a great pairing to lemony salmon, sea bass or trout, and shellfish however you cook it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans, 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier Alcohol Free
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier Alcohol Free

    ALCOHOL-FREE WEISSBIER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: If you're driving, taking a day off drinking or just plain don't drink, this is a full-flavoured and refreshing alternative to normal beer. While many low-alcohol beers taste thin and sweet, this hefeweiss gets a full body and flavour from the yeast and wheat it uses, and has a fruity aroma and medium sweetness with a dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: A perfect matching for pan-fried fish, white sausages or many light Greek dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml (0% abv)
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  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier dunkel
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier dunkel

    DARK HEFE-WEISSBIER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: A delicious dark and rich beer. It pours deep chestnut brown with a towering creamy head. Luxuriant citrus, cloves and banana hit you on the nose, and a full yeasty, malty body leads on to more fruity banana and cloves on the palate, with an underlying caramel sweetness and biscuity finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with grilled sausages and mature or smoked hard cheeses. Perfect with pot-roast pork and veal schnitzel.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Paulaner Munich Dunkel
  • Paulaner Munich Dunkel

    Dark Lager

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Great example of the original lager style, which pre-dates light coloured pilsners and helles by several centuries. Paulaner Munich Dunkel pours a deep mahogany brown with a creamy tan head. A sweet malt aroma leads on to a toasted bready body which is beautifully balanced by caramel and chocolate notes. A rewarding dry finish completes this fine dark beer.
    FOOD & BEER: This robust beer stand up particularly well to roasted meat, and is a great match to spicy barbecued pork and chicken.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 30 litre keg (5% abv)
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  • Paulaner Munich Hell
  • Paulaner Munich Hell

    HELLES LAGER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Dating back some 375 years, Paulaner can rightly claim to be a cherished Bavarian institution. Paulaner Munich Hell is a golden lager with a full malty body, balanced by an elegant hoppy bite and a crisp, refreshing finish. The drink of choice in the biergartens of this great city, this classic Helles lager is Bavaria’s most popular lager.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with grilled shrimp, white fish, barbecued sausages and pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 2 x 5 litre mini keg, 30 litre keg (4.9% abv)
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  • Paulaner Salvator
  • Paulaner Salvator

    BAVARIAN DOUBLE BOCK

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: It is the original Bavarian double bock, Paulaner Salvator is still based on the original 1773 recipe of the revered brewer, Brother Barnabus. Deep brown in appearance, Salvator has a sweet toffee and lightly spiced aroma. Caramel malt and warming alcohol lead the flavour profile, with background hints of oak and liquorice.
    FOOD & BEER: Salvator has the punch to stand up to rich roasted game and pork, or fiery and spicy beef dishes such as chilli.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (7.9% abv)
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  • Paulaner Spezi
  • Paulaner Spezi

    SOFT DRINK

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Paulaner spezi is one of Bavaria’s best known and recognised non-alcoholic beverages. It is a refreshing mixture of orange juice and cola. Great for the morning after or on a hot day.
    FOOD & BEER: With breakfast the morning after Oktoberfest!
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml (0% abv)
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  • Red Hook Long Hammer
  • Red Hook Long Hammer

    IPA

    Woodinville, Washington State, USA
    BEER NOTES: The generous addition of hops both during and at the end of the fermentation process (dry-hopping) gives Red Hook India Pale Ale its piney citrus aroma and flavour and big bitter finish.  The medium body, crisp finish, and moderate alcohol and IBU levels makes this one of America’s most drinkable and best-selling IPAs.
    FOOD & BEER: Long Hammer pairs nicely with grilled meats, seafood, Mexican, Indian, Thai or other spicy foods.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 355ml, 30 litre keg (5.9% abv)
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  • Rochefort 10
  • Rochefort 10

    TRAPPIST QUADRUPLE ALE

    Rochefort, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: One of the best beers in the world and rightly revered as a Trappist masterpiece. Deep mahogany in colour, with a creamy head and an enticing aroma of raisin, cherry and figs. It's loaded with dark fruits, satisfying biscuity malt and caramel, before a sweet alcohol burn and a dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Exceptional with dark meats and rich stock based sauces. Also works well with sweet creamy desserts like tiramisu.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (11.3% abv)
  • Rochefort 6
  • Rochefort 6

    Trappist Ale

    Rochefort, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Rochefort 6 is an amber strong ale, which pours a lovely copper colour and smells lightly of caramel and herbs. It is the driest of the three Rochefort beers but still has the deep fruit flavours that make the brewery so special, and the 6 makes a wonderful aperitif. 
    FOOD & BEER: Great with light roasted meats, as well as cured pork and other canapes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (7.5% abv)
  • Rochefort 8
  • Rochefort 8

    TRAPPIST DUBBEL ALE

    Rochefort, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A stunning beer from one of Belgium's six Trappist breweries. It pours deep caramel brown with a thick, off-white head. Rich fruit cake aroma, dark chocolate and full malt body backed by a warming alcohol mouthfeel. A superb Trappist ale to be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. 
    FOOD & BEER: A natural with beef casserole, venison and aged game, it also pairs beautifully with both creme brulee and creme caramel. Oh, and hard cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9.2% abv)
  • Rodenbach Grand Cru
  • Rodenbach Grand Cru

    Flemish Red Ale

    Roeselare, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Rodenbach Grand Cru is the definitive Flemish red ale – a sour amber beer only made in northern Belgium. The amber beer is aged in wooden casks for at least 2 years, then blended to get the characteristic green apple and red currant flavours, with a big whack of sourness. This Grand Cru blend has more aged beer than young beer to give it an intense aroma, a creamy mouthfeel and a vinous dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with game, roasted dark meats and soft cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6% abv)
  • Saison 1900
  • Saison 1900

    Saison

    Quenast, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Dry, well-hopped Walloon saison beer with a full, malty flavour that makes it more accessible than most of farmhouse saisons.
    FOOD & BEER: Being a little heavier than most saisons it's great with meaty fish and white meats, especially when marinated in lemon or other citric flavours.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (5.2% abv)
  • Saison Dupont
  • Saison Dupont

    Saison

    Hainaut, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: The definitive example of a Southern Belgian classic - this farmhouse saison is simply stunning and has never been bettered. Light, fizzy and fresh, with a spiced aroma, mild sour tang and a lovely bitter finish. The ultimate summer beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with most foods, especially anything in the summer. Perfect for salads, white fish and chicken, as well as shellfish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (6.5% abv)
  • Satan Gold
  • Satan Gold

    BELGIAN STRONG GOLDEN ALE

    Peizegem,Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A delicious Belgian strong golden ale with light fruits and spices on the nose, a smooth mouthfeel and a crisp bitter finish. Devilishly drinkable.
    FOOD & BEER: Like all golden Belgian beers it's great with mussels and other shellfish, as well as white meat and with hard cheeses and cured meats.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Satan Red
  • Satan Red

    Belgian Amber Ale

    Peizegem,Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Satan red is a strong amber ale with a delicious, robust flavour of dark fruits and toasted malt.
    FOOD & BEER: Its fruitcake character makes it ideal with tangy cheeses and hearty stews
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (8% abv)
  • Sheppy's Oakwood
  • Sheppy's Oakwood

    CIDER

    Taunton, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Oakwood is crafted from a blend of highest-quality vintage cider apples, producing a rewarding and highly refreshing West Country cider.
    FOOD & BEER: Sheppy`s Oakwood goes particularly well with pork sausages, served with mash and hot braised apples.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml bottles, 50 litre Sankey keg (4.8% abv)
  • Sheppy's Raspberry Cider
  • Sheppy's Raspberry Cider

    FRUIT CIDER

    Taunton, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Sheppy's Raspberry is a tart blend of a traditional light West Country cider with raspberry juice. The happy result is a delicate and refreshing cider with a small hit of tartness that rounds out the beer and makes it brilliant for summertime sipping.
    FOOD & BEER: Sheppy`s Raspberry works wonderfully well as an aperitif or with strawberries and cream.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml (45 abv)
  • Sheppy's Somerset Draught
  • Sheppy's Somerset Draught

    CIDER

    Taunton, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Hand-crafted in Taunton, Somerset's historical cider capital, this delicious draught cider is made from a blend of traditional cider apples and eating apples, resulting in a very drinkable crisp, fruity medium cider.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with roast ham and chicken and hearty vegetable dishes. Add a splash of this cider to cream and chopped chives to make a great sauce for pork chops, then enjoy with a glass of it on the side.
    BEER INFORMATION: 12 x 500ml (5.5% abv)
  • Siren Broken Dream
  • Siren Broken Dream

    Oatmeal Stout

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: A 6% breakfast stout with a gentle touch of smoke, coffee and chocolate, Broken Dream is a complex but drinkable dark beer that's warming, velvety and smooth.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with cheeses, chocolate and roasted meats
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6% abv)
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  • Siren Calypso
  • Siren Calypso

    Berliner weisse

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: Calypso was the goddess known for her sharp tongue. This beer is an homage to this enchantress; a tart, spritzy Berliner weisse that is liberally dry-hopped with a different single hop in each batch.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with creamy sauces and salads
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330 ml bottles (4% abv)
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  • Siren Liquid Mistress
  • Siren Liquid Mistress

    Red Ale

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: A strong and full-flavoured American red ale, with loads of raisin and biscuit flavours balanced with big citrus hops that give it a cracker-dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with barbecue food because of its malty depth and cutting citrus.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30l keg (5.8% abv)
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  • Siren Soundwave
  • Siren Soundwave

    IPA

    London, England
    BEER NOTES: This is a great example of a west coast pale ale. Golden, immensely hoppy and alive with grapefruit, peach and mango flavours. It shows we can do anything the American craft brewers can do.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with fruity curries, spicy charcuterie and burgers.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30l keg (4.5% abv)
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  • Siren Undercurrent
  • Siren Undercurrent

    Pale Ale

    Finchampstead, UK
    BEER NOTES: A classic pale ale with a difference. It has spicy, grassy aromas and a taste of grapefruit and apricot, with a smooth sweet body from the addition of oats and a little caramalt. An easy-drinking session beer that's still rammed with flavour.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with curries, salads and seafood. Anything hearty with an aromatic or delicate edge to it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30l keg (4.5% abv)
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  • Slag Pilsner
  • Slag Pilsner

    Belgian Pilsner

    Ninove, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Get past the name - this lager is a great Czech-style pilsner with a lovely floral aroma and light, crisp finish. It's one of Belgium's best lagers.
    FOOD & BEER: Great on its own with friends or with barbecued meats in the summer.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (5% abv)
  • St Bernardus Abt 12
  • St Bernardus Abt 12

    Abbey Beer

    Watou, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Absolutely top drawer Belgian Quadruple ale - rich and complex, with notes of figs, plums and loads of raisins. THe recipe comes from when the brewery used to make beers for the Trappist monks of Westvleteren, and many compare this beer favourably to the world-famous Westvleteren 12. Us included.
    FOOD & BEER: Incredible with lamb and rich, sticky stews, as well as hard cheeses, cured meats and even dark chocolate puddings.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (10% abv)
  • St Bernardus Pater 6
  • St Bernardus Pater 6

    Abbey Beer

    Watou, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: St Bernardus Pater 6 is a traditional abbey style dubbel. Chestnut in colour, with notes of melon and very fresh banana, finishing with slight bitterness.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with stews, roast beef and pork and cured meats
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6.5% abv)
  • St Bernardus Wit
  • St Bernardus Wit

    BELGIAN WIT BEER

    Watou, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: With its recipe put together by Pierre Celis, the Godfather of the revival of Belgian wheat beer, St. Bernadus Wit was never going to be anything other than an exemplary wit beer. Very pale yellow in colour, hazy and with a dense snow-white head, this beer has an apple-like tartness and exhibits herbal-spicy notes with coriander and orangey fruitness, and honeyed sweetness.
    FOOD & BEER: A natural partner for all light fish and seafood dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (5.5% abv)
  • St Feuillien Blonde
  • St Feuillien Blonde

    Belgian Blonde Ale

    Le Roeulx, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: An exemplary blonde from this traditional family brewery. Using the best hops and malt, and water pulled from the brewery's own well. it has a deep golden colour and a unique spiced hop aroma. It has a sweet taste finished with a dry bite at the end.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect for bringing out the sweetness is roasted meats.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (7.5% abv)
  • St Feuillien Brune
  • St Feuillien Brune

    Belgian Brown Ale

    Le Roeulx, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Delicately spiced amber ale with a warming dark fruit and liquorice aroma and taste, finished with a delicately hoppy crisp finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with dark, sticky stews, hard cheeses and charcuterie.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (7.5% abv)
  • St Feuillien Saison
  • St Feuillien Saison

    SAISON

    Le Roeulx, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A multiple winner of World's Best Saison, this St Feullien golden ale is famous for its sour tang and hoppy kick, both the hallmarks of a great Belgian saison.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with summery salads and white fish.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans, 24 x 330ml bottles (6.5% abv)
  • St Feuillien Tripel
  • St Feuillien Tripel

    Abbey Beer

    Le Roeulx, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Beautifully balanced Belgian Triple beer - with a huge fruity aroma with a delicate spice. It has a long, dry aftertaste thanks to ageing and refermenting in the bottle.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with meaty fish and shellfish, as well as being a great aperitif
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (7.5% abv)
  • Straffe Hendrik Quadruple
  • Straffe Hendrik Quadruple

    BELGIAN QUADRUPLE ALE

    Bruges, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A very strong, dark quadruple ale that is remarkably drinkable. It pours deep brown, with raisins, sultanas and spices on the aroma. On the tongue it has a big rum-like central taste, backed by sweet malt, caramel and brown sugar, before a dry bitter hop finish. 
    FOOD & BEER: This big beer has the depth of complexity to take on richly roasted dark meats and bold cheeses such as blue stilton.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (11% abv)
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  • Straffe Hendrik Tripel
  • Straffe Hendrik Tripel

    BELGIAN TRIPLE ALE

    Bruges, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Wonderful tripel from the Halve Maan, a highly regarded brewery that also brews the wonderful Bruges Zot. it has a deep golden body and a full white head, orange, lemon and warm spices dominate the nose, and six different malts produce a rich fruity body with caramel notes. Saaz and Styrian Goldings provide the bitter hop balance.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches well to strong hard cheese, white fish and poultry. Has the punch to cope with cream based sauces and spicy heat.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9% abv)
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  • Tiny Rebel Cwtch
  • Tiny Rebel Cwtch

    Red Ale

    Newport, Wales
    BEER NOTES: Tiny Rebel are a modern craft brewery in South Wales, brewing classic British styles with a twist – usually a hoppy one. Cwtch is Welsh for cuddle, and this beer is a light but sweet Welsh red ale with a crisp, bitter finish that leaves you gasping for more.
    FOOD & BEER: Would be great with Welsh Rarebit, Scotch eggs and other pub bites.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre keg (4.6% abv)
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  • Tiny Rebel Dirty Stop Out
  • Tiny Rebel Dirty Stop Out

    Smoked Sout

    Newport, Wales
    BEER NOTES: Tiny Rebel's Dirty Stop Out is a smoked oat stout that has all the characteristics of a heavy night out - complex, dark, with hints of smokiness and perfume aromas. A blend of nine malts matched up with a firmly hopped back bone make this a very self-assured stout.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with meaty stews, barbecue food and charcuterie.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (5% abv)
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  • Tiny Rebel FUBAR
  • Tiny Rebel FUBAR

    Pale Ale

    Newport, Wales
    BEER NOTES: A light-bodied, full-flavoured pale ale from Wales' best new craft brewery. It's got shedloads of floral and lemony aromas, then a dry bitter finish. A brilliant summer beer that's won many awards, including Champion Beer of Wales in 2014.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with seafood - try with fish and chips. It's also great for cutting through heavy and spicy curries.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 30 litre keg (4.4% abv)
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  • Toye Goedendag
  • Toye Goedendag

    Belgian Strong Ale

    kortrijk
    BEER NOTES: A special discovery made by us on a roadtrip through Belgium, this might just be the world's best Belgian strong ale. The aroma of the hazy, golden beer is all banana, clove and Christmas spice, witha bready bittersweetness on the tongue before a clean, bittter finish. It makes a fantastic summer sipper but also a great fireside beer when served a little warmer.
    FOOD & BEER: Rich pates, roasted or barbecued white meat
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml btl
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  • Toye Goedendag Brune
  • Toye Goedendag Brune

    Dubbel

    Kortrijk
    BEER NOTES: Just the second beer from one of our favourite discoveries in the world of beer. This donker is a rich, dark ale with lots of banana, raisin, port and caramel notes that competes with the traditional dubbels of the Trappist abbeys. It's made at a brewery we stumbled across while doing a road trip in Belgium, where founder Geert Toye built the brewery himself, from scratch and continues to brew all the beer himself too. He is a legend, and his beers deserve to be too.
    FOOD & BEER: Delicious with steak, rich Flemish stews and hard cheeses.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (8% abv)
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  • Tripel Karmeliet
  • Tripel Karmeliet

    STRONG GOLDEN ALE

    Buggenhout, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Wheat, barley and oats are the trio of grains in this elegant and much admired strong Belgian ale. Gold in appearance with a voluminous snow-white head, perfumed vanilla, spicy cinnamon and cloves dominate the bouquet, whilst honey sweetness is layered onto the rewarding underlying oaty malt flavour.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with cheese and charcuterie, also pairs superbly with delicately spiced Asian chicken and seafood.
    BEER INFORMATION: 8.4% abv. 24 x 330ml
  • Troubadour Blond
  • Troubadour Blond

    BLONDE ALE

    Ursel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Created in 2004 by four freshly graduated young brewers, Troubadour is fast growing a reputation as one of Belgium’s most innovative new school of breweries. Troubadour Blond is a refreshing and easy drinking Belgian Pale Ale with a full malty and slightly spicy body, matched with a fruity aroma and a mild bitter hop finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Troubadour Blond pairs particularly well with white fish and poultry and is a very happy partner to moules frites.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (6.5% abv)
  • Troubadour Magma
  • Troubadour Magma

    STRONG BELGIAN AMBER ALE

    Ursel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: In creating Magma, forward-thinking craft brewers Troubadour have looked to combine the assertive hop profile of an American IPA with the rounded malt and fruity sweetness of a Belgian triple. Dry hopping gives this powerful beer a marked dry, bitter finish. It's an inspired integration of New and Old World brewing techniques. 
    FOOD & BEER: Its big flavour profile means Magma can take on bold spicy Asian curries with ease, especially those with a little sweetness.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9% abv)
  • Troubadour Obscura
  • Troubadour Obscura

    Belgian Stout

    Ursel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Belgians are known for their stouts, but Troubadour are an unusual Belgian brewery, and this beer is stunning. Loaded with toasted malt, coffee and chocolate aromas and flavours, with just a little sweetness, it stacks up well against breweries that have been brewing this style for centuries 
    FOOD & BEER: This would be great with oysters, sweet and sticky stews and barbecued beef.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (8.5% abv)
  • Troubadour Speciale
  • Troubadour Speciale

    Speciale Belge Ale

    Ursel, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Craft brewers Troubadour are an unusual Belgian brewer, and this is a very special take on the Belgian amber style, with a big hop profile that balances the sweetness and gives it a strong bitter finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with barbecued meats as the sweet malts match the meat and the hops cut right through.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (5.7% abv)
  • Vedett Blond
  • Vedett Blond

    PILSNER LAGER

    Breendonk, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Crisp, dry lager beer from Duvel Moortgat. Vedett is a commendably well-hopped and seriously drinkable pilsner lager, which knocks spots off a large proportion of the so-called "world lagers" that have made their way into the UK in recent years.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with tapas, particularly where calamari, shrimp or sardines are involved. Also pairs well with milder Indian dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 30 litre keg (5.2% abv)
  • Vedett Extra White
  • Vedett Extra White

    Belgian Wit Beer

    Breendonk, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: A deliciously aromatic and spicy Belgian wit beer from Duvel Moortgat brewery. Fantastically drinkable and a great summer drink because of its surprisingly crisp finish.
    FOOD & BEER: At its best with shellfish and seafood, and magic with moules.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle, 30 litre keg (4.7% abv)
  • Westmalle Dubbel
  • Westmalle Dubbel

    TRAPPIST DUBBEL ALE

    Westmalle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: Possibly the ultimate dubbel-style beer – rich and complex, dark malts combine beautifully with a full herbal, fruit aroma and a lingering hop finish. The deep reddish brown body is topped with a towering creamy crown, giving the beer an inviting appearance.
    FOOD & BEER: Will take on rich flavoured dark meat dishes. Its morish chocolately qualities make it a superb partner to rich chocolate or creamy desserts.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml, 30l keg (7% abv)
  • Westmalle Tripel
  • Westmalle Tripel

    TRAPPIST TRIPLE ALE

    Westmalle, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: First brewed in 1934, this classic beer is often referred to as the "mother of all triples", because it was the first golden abbey-style ale. Soft and creamy, it also has a fragrant citrus fruit aroma and a long dry finish – a complex combination that creates a beer with exceptional finesse. Gold medal winner at the 2012 World Beer Cup.
    FOOD & BEER: Matches well with fish and white meat, particularly in cream-based sauces. Also a great partner to charcuterie and cheese.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (9.5% abv)
  • Wild Beer Bibble
  • Wild Beer Bibble

    Pale Ale

    Shepton Mallet, Somerset
    BEER NOTES: Unlfiltered and unfined, this glorious American-style pale ale has notes of overripe tropical fruit and la little grapefruit. There is a zestiness from the Amarillo hops, which also help give the beer a light but dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Lovely with barbecue chicken, crunchy summer salads and fatty pork dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24x330ml cans
  • Witkap Pater Stimulo
  • Witkap Pater Stimulo

    Abbey Beer

    Ninove, Belgium
    BEER NOTES: An aromatic blonde ale from this respected artisan Belgian brewer, Stimulo sparkles like champagne, and has an extremely estery nose with typical abbey notes of banana and berry. Unusually, this is followed by a light body and lemony finish. A great day-time beer, as proved by the monks who brewed the beer to be drunk at lunchtime in the monasteries, and delicious with light foods.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect for salads, white meats and broths
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottle (6% abv)