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5.0 % Alc.


Oude Geuze Boon is one of the best examples of the traditional Lambic style of 100% spontaneous fermentation. To moderate the acidity, Boon Brewery only brews Lambic in the seven cold months, from early October through April, using the traditional “cloudy mash” system. This Lambic beer is aged for 1, 2 or 3 years in oak barrels. The blend, an average 18-month-old mild Lambic (unsweetened, unfiltered, unpasteurized) is referred to in the bottle and can be stored for up to 20 years. Made in Lembeek, the village that gave its name to Lambic. Awards at the World Beer Championships: Gold 2008, Silver 2010, Gold Medal 2012

5.0 % Alc.


Petrus Aged Red is the perfect blend of an award-winning dark beer, a beer aged in oak barrels and the flavor of tart cherries. Beer brewed with 15% of Petrus Aged Pale, aged for 24 months in a barrel of oak, and 85% dubbel beer, where cherries have been macerated, providing complexity and a marked fruity and sweet character to the final beer, combined with a tart and refreshing touch provided by the aged beer.

5.0 % Alc.


Brewed by the Vanuxeem Brewery in Belgium, Queue de Charrue Tostada is a slightly red roasted beer with coppery highlights.

On the nose, roasted malt aromas dominate, accompanied by forest fruits and hazelnuts.

On the palate, this roasted beer gives off bittersweet notes, a bit in the same way as a Rodenbach or a Duchess of Burgundy, but it is less sweet and less acidic, making it even more approachable. Therefore, we perceive more red fruit and caramel notes, with a slightly sweeter finish, accompanied by a slightly toasted forest touch.

5.0 % Alc.


Rodenbach Classic is a very refreshing Belgian beer, pioneer of the Flanders Red-Brown Ale style. Its partial maturation in oak barrels gives it a characteristic fruity, acidic and sweet flavor. This roasted red beer is brewed by mixed fermentation, blending three quarters of young beer with one quarter of ale matured in oak barrels for two years. It is possibly the most awarded beer in the world.


6.2 % Alc.


Duchesse de Bourgogne is a Belgian beer, Flemish red ale style typical of the Flanders region. It is made with roasted malts and low bitterness hops and is aged for 18 months in oak barrels. This gives this Flemish Red Ale a fruity and vinous touch. It belongs to Brouwerij Verhaeghe, a family brewery founded by Paul Verhaeghe in 1885 in the western part of Flanders, Belgium.

Reddish color with ruby highlights and beige foam of little persistence and abundance. Complex aroma with notes of fruit and yeast. Medium body, with a light and bitter taste. Dry, long and persistent finish, with an acid touch.

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