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We sell so much, this became our “house” beer. A rich brown ale that is smooth, creamy and full bodied with a big richness of texture that is almost oily and very assertive, like a warming brandy.
This traditional Witbier (Wheat beer) has been developed in cooperation with Master Brewer Pierre Celis, the Godfather of Hoegaarden and Celis White. This beer as well has a second fermentation in the bottle, giving this beer its specific taste (5.5% alcohol content).
The brown beer was originally only brewed for Christmas, but over the centuries it became a force to reckon with. Maredsous Brune has a creamy foaming dark, burgundy color, is easily recognizable by its expressive aroma bouquet. A generous caramel bouquet is completed with masterly fruity touches
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Belgian IPA

Brouwerij De Ranke
West-vlaanderen, Belgium
An abbey single-style ale. Blonde, floral, and mildly hoppy.
Gulden Draak is a beer in a class of its own. It is a beer that is rich and glowing, so full of its very own characteristic flavour, that it reminds some who try it of chocolate and others of coffee. In 1998 Gulden Draak was crowned "best beer in the world" by the American Tasting Institute! This beer has won many other awards too. Gulden Draak is named for the golden statue at the top of the clock tower of the Belgian city of Gent. The statue was originally given to the city of Constantinople by the Norse King Sigrid Magnusson in 1111, during the crusades; hence the form of a Viking ship that the beast was given. During a later crusade, Boudewijn IX (Count of Flanders and Emperor of Constantinople) took it back to Flanders with him because it was so beautiful. In 1382, the cities of Brugge and Gent did battle for the statue. Gent won.
A Bourbon Barrel aged Imperial Stout made with freshly roasted Emy J's Coffee. This beer is as complex as it gets. Flavors of vanilla, tannins, and coffee meld together to create a flavor as deep as the ravines of the Peruvian Andes!
A coffee ale with a touch of vanilla. Calm Before the Storm came from a quest for a warm weather alternative to our Victory at Sea Imperial Porter. Like its more robust cousin, we infuse a punch of flavor using cold brewed Caffé Calabria coffee and a hint of vanilla. But this time, we added it to a lighter-bodied golden cream ale. The end result is a surprisingly bright, coffee-forward beer that’s perfectly refreshing.
Strong IPA brewed with Amarillo, Nelson Sauvin, and Citra.
With a bright, golden color and tight creamy head, the earthy wood undertones in our Gose develop into a light mineral aroma with a hint of lemon zest and tropical fruit. Before boiling, the wort is kettle soured with lactobacillus, imparting an initial refreshing tartness that gives way to a subtle fullness. Flavors of guava and peach are followed by a slight sea salt dryness and lemon sourness that is enhanced by coriander and post-fermentation additions of salt. The finish is dry, effervescent, and lemon tangy, reminiscent of a fresh sea breeze.
Dark tripel, hopped like an American double IPA. Sticky, resinous, delicious!
Weird, wonderful, refreshing sour beer. Dry-hopped, smokey gose. Get some!
A strong Scotch ale brewed with maple syrup. Not as sweet as might be expected, but full-bodied, with flavors of toffee, hazelnut, maple, and just a whiff of chocolate.
Let’s be honest: You’re probably more likely to take illegal substances while you listen tothe heavy metal band Mastodon. But Mastodon and their crew had the opportunity to get shitfaced legally while they were playing the recent Sonisphere stop in Hockenheim, Germany on Saturday. Stephan Michel of Mahr’s Brau brewery created a limited edition Mastodon Premium Lager that was handed out to Mastodon and their crew at the show. This unfiltered lager is bready, lightly hopped, and just slightly nutty.
A 100% Brett-fermented IPA, hopped with New Zealand's Nelson Sauvin variety. Hints of melon, white wine, and plenty of funk!
A soft, citrusy farmhouse ale with an almost mineral-water mouthfeel. Notes of lemon peel, apricot, and a hint of funk.
Quadrupel is La Trappe’s heaviest ale with a stunning amber colour. Its warm and intense flavour is rich and finely balanced. Malty sweet, slightly burnt, and pleasantly bitter with a sweet aftertaste. Quadrupel continues to ferment after bottling and offers aromas of banana, almond, vanilla and others.
Hopheads crusade on a heroic quest for the holy grail of India Pale Ales. The subconscious composes paradisiacal scenes of malty waves crashing on a ripe lupulin landscape cascading hop flavors and aromas in profuse abundance. With humble confidence we offer this brew as fantasy made reality. Balanced in every detail and gushing resinous, exceptional citrus flavors and aromas that collaborate with soft bready notes surrendered from premium English golden malted barley, this beer is a tropical dreamscape. Epic
Traditional multi-grain golden ale. Soft and wheaty, with a flavor profile exhibiting lemon peel, wildflowers, and a hint of tartness.
One of the best beers you've probably never had. Essentially a stong sour ale, this begins as a bier de garde before racked into a variety of wine and spirit barrels and then finally blended. Woody and mildly acetic, with notes of red wine, sherry, vinaigrette, lemon peel, and vanilla.
A thirst-quenching, light golden beer with a floral hop profile. One of our new favorite summertime beers here!
Unblended lambic aged for 18-24 months in giant oak foudres. A classic expression of the sour Flemish red, expect flavors of stone fruit, sour cherry, red wine, and cocoa.
The Péché Mortel is an intensely black and dense beer with very pronounced roasted flavours. Fair-trade coffee is infused during the brewing process, helping to intensify the bitterness of the beer and giving it a powerful coffee taste. Served here on nitro for maximum smoothness!
The beer formerly known as Hop Rise! A light, dry session ale showcasing the Simcoe hop.
A rich, chocolatey, almost-imperial stout from these Kentucky maniacs. 35K is intense and velvety, with a bit of deep caramel and sweetened coffee backing up the chocolate notes.