Belgian Bottled Beers

These beers are listed by Brewer and show the Name, Style, Strength and Tasting notes.

Please note, although we try to keep beers available at all times there may be occasions when, due to delivery schedules etc, some beers may not be available.


Brewer: Brasserie de l'abbaye des Rocs.

Blanche des Honelles Witbier. Amber Wheatbeer, dry surprisingly complex Lots of character.  6% abv


Brewer: ABInbev.

Leffe Blonde. A Pale Ale style beer, rather sweet with hints of tropical fruit. Light crisp and refreshing.  6.6% abv


Brewer: Achouffe. (Moortgat).

McChouffe. The aroma has floral hops, caramel malt, yeast, and fruit. The flavour is malty with toffee and fruit, caramel.  8% abv

La Chouffe. Golden Ale, strong, spicy, lightly hoppy.  8% abv

Houblon Chouffe. Big malty body, distinct dryness, expressive fruitiness.  9% abv


Brewer: Anthony Martin Timmermans.

Timmermans Peche Lambicus. Amber coloured lambic, fresh peach aroma. Sour tasting finish.  4% abv

Timmermans Kriek Lambicus. Red-amber in colour, cherry aroma. Fresh tasting, sour finish.  4% abv

Timmermans Framboise Lambicus. Red-amber in colour, fresh raspberry aroma, with a sweet-sour taste.  4% abv

Gordons Scotch Noel (Seasonal). Created in the thirties, Dark sweet strong, a winter warmer.  8.8% abv


Brewer: Bosteels.

Tripel Karmeliet. Refined and complex golden-to-bronze brew with a fantastic creamy head. Distinct hint of Oranges. Dry finish.  8.4% abv


Brewer: Chimay (Trappist).

Chimay Blanche. Cloudy golden beer, Bitter-sweet taste, with hints of honey and toffee, Complex taste.  8% abv


Brewer: Brasserie De Cazeau.

Tournay Noire. This could be the best stout in the world! Savour.  7.6% abv

Tournay Noel (Seasonal). Dark amber with lots of malt. Light hopping with Styrian hops gives a well rounded satisfying beer.  8.2% abv


Brewer: Dupont.

Moinette Blonde. Pale blond, pours slightly cloudy. Hint of spiciness, dry finish.  8.5% abv


Brewer: Duvel Moortgat.

Duval. Blond very dry, crisp and refreshing.  8.5% abv

Duval Triple Hop (Seasonal). Brewed annually using different hop combinations each year very dry, well hopped and different.  9.5% abv


Brewer: Halve Maan Brouwerij.

Brugse Zot. A golden beer with a white head. The aroma is sweet malty with light spicy notes.  6% abv

Straffe Hendrik 9. Straffe Hendrik is an authentic Belgian Triple beer, still brewed according to the original recipe. Very dry.  9% abv


Brewer: Het Anker Mechelen.

Maneblusser. A blond beer slightly sweet. A good thirst quencher.  6% abv

Carolus Classic. A very dark brown with beige head. Lots of roasted malts, fruit and honey. Medium finish with honeyed note.  8.5% abv

Lucifer. Hazy golden colour.  Smell of ripe fruits, spices, bananas, maybe coriander.  8% abv

Carolus Noel (Seasonal). A seriously heavy strong brown ale. Another very good winter beer.  10.5% abv


Brewer: Brouwerij Huygye

Delerium Noel (Seasonal). Spicy, fruity and malty, a very fine beer, perfect for cold winter nights.  10% abv


Brewer: Brasserie Lefebvre SA.

Hopus. Pours golden yellow with a high white head. Aroma is spicy and flowery hoppy. Taste is very spicy, some floral hops.  8.3% abv

BarBar Honey Beer. A pale beer, malty with a strong hint of honey. Curiously drinkable.  8% abv

BarBar Bok. Pours dark brown. Aroma is malty with a hint of honey. Taste is caramel toffee, with Belgian yeast and some hops.  8.5% abv

Blanche de Bruxelles Witbier. Slow brewed wheat beer with a hint of lemon. Bottled unfiltered, should be served cold.  4.5% abv


Brewer: Brouwerij Omer Vander Ghinste.

Omer. Made of summer malted barley from the Loire region  with three varieties of hops. Superb dry beer.  8% abv


Brewer: Brasserie de'Orval (Trappist).

Orval.  Intensely aromatic and dry character. Between fermentations there is an additional dry-hopping process when the beer acquires its pronounced hoppy aroma and extra dry taste.  Bottled at 5.2% abv - can go up as high as 7.2%


Brewer: Rochefort (Trappist).

Rochefort Six. Dark sweet and surprisingly refreshing.  7.5% abv

Rochefort Ten. Dark sweet and heavy. A good winter beer, one to savour as a night cap.  11.3% abv


Brewer: Roman Oudenaarde.

Ename Blonde. Hazy yellow beer with medium white head. Tastes like a classical blond Abbey beer.  6.5% abv

Ename Brown. A deep-brown beer, slightly sweet beer.  6.5% abv

Adriaen Brouwer Donker (Brown). Floral hops, caramel, dark fruity notes in aroma. Flavour has brown sugar, sweetness, spicy notes.  8.5% abv

Adriaen Brouwer Noel (Seasonal). Toffee with mild ripe fruits. Flavour has berry juice, some ripe banana and toffee, spices, liquorice and minerals.  10% abv


Brewer: Brouwerij St. Bernardus Watou.

St. Bernardus Prior. Deep hazy-brown colour, big body, malt palate.  8% abv

St. Bernardus Tripel. A pale amber colour and a flowery, fruity taste with a harmonious balance between sweet and sour.  8% abv

St. Bernardus Abbot. Dark with a full, ivory-coloured head. It has a fruity aroma, full of complex flavours, a long bittersweet finish with a hoppy bite.  10% abv

St. Bernardus Noel (Seasonal). A specialty beer. It is characterized by its deep dark colour, with a creamy, thick head and a full, velvety taste with a fruity nose.  10% abv


Brewer: St. Feuillien.

St. Feuillien Tripel. Its pale amber colour is characteristic. It has a rich aroma with a unique combination of malt, aromatic hops, spices and fruit.  8.5% abv

St. Feuillien Bruin. A marked ruby brown colour with a generous and lasting head, with a dominant liquorice and caramel flavour. The body is decidedly malty.  8.5% abv

St. Feuillien Grand Cru. Grand Cru differs from other beers by its absence of spices. The very pale colour of Grand Cru lends brilliance to its body. Very dry.  9.5% abv


Brewer: Van Honsebrouck.

Kasteel Blonde. A good and easy-to-drink blond beer, with low alcohol content. Crystal clear till the last drop. A delicious thirst quencher.  7% abv

Kasteel Rouge. Kasteel Rouge is a blend of Kasteel Donker and cherry liquor. The mix of these creates an exceptional soft beer with references to the dark mother beer.  8% abv

Kasteel Brown. This is a dark, artisanal beer, soft and mild, full and creamy. It can age for many, many years, as indicated on the bottle.  11% abv

Bacchus Framboise. Clear brownish red with an aroma of sweet raspberries, cherry candy, light citrus notes. Finish is light tart, sweet berries, with a slightly dry, a stringent note.  5% abv


Brewer: Van Steenberge.

Gulden Draak. Dark and seductive, this barley wine is also perfect with and in stews. It is particularly suited as a dessert beer, especially in combination with dark chocolate.  10.5% abv

Gulden Draak 9000 Quadrupel. Extremely rich and complex taste. The sweet caramel touches, with addition of extra malt provide the Gulden Draak 9000 with a deep golden amber colour and a fruity scent.  10.5% abv

Leute Bokbier. Leute Bok ale is a dark red heavy beer, top fermented and refermented in the bottle. The taste is not too sweet, but full and smooth on the tongue.  7.5%

Piraat. Piraat is a wickedly rich and rounded brew that packs a mighty punch. Deep golden with a subtle haze. Lots of hops and malt. Mild sweetness.  10.5% abv


Brewer: Westmalle (Trappist).

Westmalle Dubbel. A reddish brown trappist ale, malty and fruit, featuring a 3 week secondary fermentation. The taste is fruity and slightly bitter, with a long, dry finish.  7.5% abv

Westmalle Tripel. A strong, dry and spicy trappist ale. The product of a secondary fermentation lasting 5 weeks. An exceptional ale with a splendid long after taste.  9.5% abv