Awaken the rebel inside you! Take this hoppy blonde out for an exciting date on the rooftop of the police office. Get cosy by your neighbour’s pool while he’s on vacation and enjoy the flowery and fruity scent. Let the soft bitterness take you by surprise, while your colleagues sip from their boring glasses of champagne at the office party.
Scent: Flowery with slightly smoked herbal scent Flavour: The first sip starts out fruity, but slowly makes room for a floral, somewhat herbal hoppiness. A considerable bitterness in the aftertaste balances out the beer perfectly.
This traditional beer from the South-West of Flanders awakens your taste buds with a massive wallop. Once your senses get over that initial shock, the experience a complexe mix of winey aromas, red fruits, wood and green apple. Sourness dominates in taste. This red brown beer is a blend of old and young beer, aged in different oak barrels. Each barrel gives a different taste, but through the proces of blending, a similar style is obtained. Once botteled, the beer ripens for six months to further develop its finesse and delicate aromas.
Scent: red fruit and wood Flavour: At the first sip, the sourness dominates. Once you are used to the acidity, the aromas of wood, green apple, bread and red fruits approach more clearly. The sourness lingers just long enough and then it makes place for a dry sensation in the mouth.
When you’ve got the blues, rely on the Moose. Forget your cares thanks to its aroma of dried fruit and dark chocolate. When you are still feeling blue – dabadee, dabadoo – just take a great sip of this dark tasting beer. The taste reveals smoked malt and caramel. Adding Canadian maple syrup gives a more complexe sensation in the mouth. Slowly enjoy this intriguing beer, so that it can give away all its secrets one by one and you can discover a different kind of blues.
Scent: confit of fruit, breadcrumbs Flavour: The caramel is the first one to come up, immediately followed by liquorice. With the addition of Canadian maple syrup, the taste evolves into fruity and herbal. Hints of chocolate, raisins and aniseed complete the whole nicely.
This blonde beer full of character is our plea for Belgian Hops: NoAH stands for “No American Hops”. The finest hops, all grown in Belgium, were selected to give this beer a sturdy but pure bitterness and noble hop aroma. Thanks to the low alcohol percentage and fresh hoppiness, this beer makes for the perfect thirst-quenching spirited blonde. Bring out the Belgian in you and proudly order a Super NoAH on that terrace across the American embassy. Cheers!
Scent: flowery and slightly fruity hop smell Flavour: The initial cleanliness and maltiness soon makes place for noble hop aromas from the Hallertau Mittelfruh. The main taste is floral. The bitterness in the aftertaste announces the next sip.
The Golden Tricky is made in honour of a witty priest from East-Flanders. The only hop that is used in this brew is the Australian Ella. Don’t be fooled by her exotic aroma that creates the expectation of a sweet beer. You will soon notice the bitter aftertaste that makes this beer whole. Do the test and let a boomerang of tastes slide through your throat, all the way down-under.
Scent: Mango, apricot, passion fruit Flavour: tropical fruit and subtle sweetness from the Australian hop dominate the first taste. This quickly blends with a strong, yet nicely rounded bitterness.
Beerstyle: Ginger IPA
Unwanted Tattoo, an example of something you regret. But realize that the decisions of the past determine who you are now.
So live in the now and take a sip of this ginger IPA. Let the ginger torment your esophagus, then indulge in its tropical hop aromas.
This beer gives you a fresh look at the future so that you can let go of the past. So don't look back, it's no good for your neck!
Scent: exotic fruit, ginger, citrus Flavour: hoppiness, fruit and ginger
This beer takes you wandering
The soft, creamy feeling in the mouth, coming from the wheat, takes you to the seventh heaven. There, the hoppy aroma whisks you away on a journey along the Mediterranean farmers markets full of apricots and figs, luscious flower fields and an orchard full of ripe oranges.
The gravity coming from the alcohol is minimal, so you can pour it down your heavenly body without the weightless feeling.
Scent: Spices with hints of citrus. Flavour: The beer starts like a classical wheat beer with love and smokiness. Soon, the hop aroma takes over the taste, dominated by mandarin and apricot. The strong, yet balanced after bitterness highlights the freshness of this beer.
Oud Bruin Infusions
A limited edition of Oud Bruin variations, which only make an appearance once a year.
We add an extra ingredient to a minimum one year old Oud Bruin. These ingredients get several months to infuse with the beer and give off their tastes. When our brewers sample and judge that the tastes are in perfect harmony, it is time to bottle.
Oud Bruin Oak Leaf - 6% vol.Added oak leafs, hand picked in the summer
Scent: Greenery, woods, organicFlavour: Strong presence of sourness and wine-like character of the basic beer. Complexe blend of woody and green aroma's. Very dry mouth feel rounds up the whole sensation.
Oud Bruin Cherry - 6% vol.Added cherries
Scent: Full scent of red, ripe cherry with a hint of almond.Flavour: Soft sour start and associations with red wine. Later, a hint of cherry and a little sweetness follows, quickly coming to a soft sour, astringent end.
Oud Bruin Vineyard - 6% vol.Added grapes
Scent: Fresh, clean, yellow plum, fruity, white wineFlavour: Soft sour kick-off in harmony with the taste of green apple and gooseberry. Hint of white currant and yellow plum. The aftertaste is slightly sour and strongly dry.
Oud Bruin Raspberry - 6% vol.Addition of raspberries
Scent: Fruity, raspberries and other red fruits with a woody touchFlavour: Fruity with a firm sour aftertaste
Oud Bruin Strawberry - 6% vol.Addition of strawberries
Scent: Full sweet aroma of fresh strawberriesFlavour: Refreshingly sour with fruity notes.
Every now and then, we brew up something completely new, just to still our enormous thirst for experiment.
When one of our new "specials" is released, you can read all about it on Facebook.
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