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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 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)
  • 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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  • 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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  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Lervig Three Bean
  • Lervig Three Bean

    Imperial Stout

    Stavanger, Norway
    BEER NOTES: Lervig are world-famous for their rich imperial stouts, and this beer has a cult following. Made with cinnamon-like tonka beans, vanilla and cacoa it has a rich, sweet and spicy nose reminiscent of Christmas cake, then a gorgeous smooth chocolate and mulled alcohol flavour. Beers don't get much more complex and warming than Three Bean.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with chocolate, but not a lot else can stand up to this huge beer
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (13% 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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