Beers at the Belgian Beer Cafes

  Specialty Beers
  Belgium’s Lambic Beers are unique, combining specific natural resources and climatic conditions from the region southwest of Brussels with local brewing skills built up over centuries to produce a style of beer unlike any in the world.

Belle-Vue Kriek
is made by macerating fresh cherries in 4 month old Lambic, which gives a burgundy hue and a refreshingly fruity taste to the beer. Served with a large creamy head its sweetness is balanced by the subtle acidity of the cherries.
Alc. Vol. 5.1%


Belle-Vue Framboise
combines ripened raspberries with young Lambic, which is spontaneously fermented and aged for two or three years in wooden casks. This sweet beer has a distinct raspberry flavour and a strong aroma. Served in a flute glass it is a truly elegant beer, ideal as an aperitif or with dessert.
Alc. Vol. 5.7%

  Hoegaarden is totally different by nature. Different in the kind of beverage that it is and in it’s naturally refreshing taste experience.

Hoegaarden Grand Cru
is the noblest beer in the Hoegaarden brewery, with a surprising bouquet and a peachy colour and palate. It is the result of traditional brewing methods where special attention is given to the selection of ingredients, such as Hoegaarden yeast as well as the time necessary for brewing and refermentation in the bottle. The taste combines sweetness with a hop bitterness that real beer lovers will appreciate.
Alc. Vol. 8.5%


Hoegaarden Forbidden Fruit
Fruit is a claret coloured speciality beer of rare complexity, brewed according to long tradition in which the secret blend of dark malts, dried orange peel and coriander, along with bottle conditioning, create a tremendously aromatic result. It can be served lightly chilled before dinner or at room temperature afterwards.
Alc. Vol. 8.5%

  Leffe is to be savoured when there is time to relax and enjoy the deep complex flavours wrought from a centuries-old brewing tradition.

Leffe Radieuse
This is the most mysterious beer in the Leffe range. A yellow-brown beer with a strong hint of fruit, it warms you from the inside. A real sensation!
A/c. Vol 8.2%


Leffe Triple
Leffe Triple has a clean light, cedary, appetizing aroma. A fluffy,
Medium to full body with a winey, oaky palage and rosewater in the
Finish. A lovely fresh aperitif beer
Alc. 8.5%

  Way back in 1871, Jan-Leonard Moortgat was brewing his beers with inspired craftsmanship, a large dose of patience and a great deal of love. Duvel is a success story that has already lasted for 130 years.

Duvel - Top Fermented Strong Beer
‘Doovil’ means Devil in Flemish. Superb light fruit and hops aroma, pear like fruit in mouth, long bittersweet finish with developing hops. Bottle conditioned.
Alc. Vol 8.5%

  Kwak is a treasure of Flemish Belgium. Paul Kwak, an innkeeper, brewed this beer before the Bostels brewery revived it’s tradition. The distinct glass was formerly held on the sides of stagecoaches.

Kwak is a deep amber beer, with an earthy aroma, a liquorice-like maltiness, a nougat chewiness and a warm finish, reminiscent of caramelized bananas. It is made from three malts, including some wheat and white candy sugar is added in the kettle.
A/c Vol. 8.0%

  By law there are only six breweries allowed to describe their beers as Trappist. Five of them are in Belgium whilst the remaining sixth is in the Netherlands. Trappist Beers are top-fermenting, bottle conditioned ales.

Chimay Red Trappist Ale
Soft creamy, aroma with good prickle aroma on palate. Will become drier on cellaring. Bottle conditioned.
Alc. Vol 7.0%


Chimay White Trappist Ale
Pale peachy colour, dry, firm, poppy aroma on palate. Will become drier on cellaring. Bottle conditioned.
Alc. Vol 8.0%


Chimay Blue Trappist Ale
Redcurrent fruit and hops aromas, fruity palate, lingering fruit and sherry notes in finish. Very spicy and will gain port like notes after around 5 years. Bottle conditioned.
Alc. Vol 9.0%


At it’s youngest it’s hop aroma and flavour is especially peppery and refreshing. Then it can display some lemon-zest characteristics, while quite dry with a notably creamy head.
A/c. Vol. 6.2%


Westmalle Dubbel
A soft body and a palate that is malty and coffeeish, with hints of anis and passion-fruit towards a dry finish. Complemented with a rich, reddish brown colour.
A/c. Vol. 7%


Westmalle Triple
Brewed at the Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sacré-Coeur. A quite delightful beer. It’s after-taste is creamy & softly bitter with a fruity aroma.
A/c. 9.5%

Bottled Beers

Stella Artois


Hahn Premium Australia

Lion Red

Speight’s Distinction Ale

Mac’s Gold

Speight’s Gold Medal Ale

Mac’s Black

Steinlager Premium Light


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