Specialty beer

Golden Queen Bee

A
Belgian Strong Ale Honey Beer that acquires total maturity during bottle-condi-tioning. Preferably consumed at a temperature ranging between 7°C to 10°C.

If in honey lies Golden Queen Bee’s tenderness, of gold we made its crown.
Ornated with 24 carat gold flakes the Golden Queen Bee has the charm and brilliance that make it the ideal ingredient for celebrating in total exclusiveness.

It is the main substrate for fermentation. While preserving the beer’s natural character, the honey softens its mouthfeel and yields a unique refreshing aroma. We have made it our quest to carefully select honeys from different origins in order to achieve the ideal blend. the result is a true nectar of the gods that will undoubtedly please the most exigent palates.

Golden Queen Bee
75CL
8.8% alc.
6 bottles/case

Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple

T
he unsurpassed Gulden Draak as dark tripel of 10,5% alcohol gets, after 25 years of growing success, quite an addition, the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple.


The extremely rich and complex taste sensation and the stable beer head can also be found in the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple. The sweet caramel touches, however, are still reserved for the Gulden Draak.

Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple
33CL
10.5% alc.
24 bottles/case

Gulden Draak

Gulden Draak is a dark brown triple ale, which makes it an exceptional among the Belgian Triples. The second fermentation offers the nice creamy head, the full body and all the vitamins of the centuries old brewers yeast. It is a “thick” beer that you can actually “eat” to adventure the complex taste. Gulden Draak balances a natural malt toffee-like sweetness with a mellow happiness and some hoppy accents. The aroma is round, sweet and reveals the 10.5% alcohol by volume.
Another name for this type of rich beer is “Barley wine”. You sip and enjoy this beer slowly, probably as a dessert, or as a treat you definitely deserve.

Gulden Draak
33CL
10.5% alc.
24 bottles/case

Deus Brut des Flandres

Pours a fantastic, gorgeously blossoming head and deep yellow straw brew, exploding in a bouquet of yeast and summer fields. Aroma is fruity with citrus, grape and very wine-like. Very lively carbonation. Sweet flavor, slightly spicy and alcoholic. Has a very nice light bitterness in the finish. This is a great welcome-drink or can subsitute champagne at any time.

Truly the nectar of the gods.

Simply divine.

Deus
75CL
11.5% alc.
6 bottle/case

Saison Dupont

With its huge fluffy head and its amber coloured and hazy appearance and balanced flavor of sweet malt, hops with notes of fruity esters (the tartness) and a light hint of spice and earth alongside Belgian yeast notes this is a true reference for a farmhouse ale. Mouthfeel is clean and crisp and the aftertaste leaves a lingering bitterness and notes of the fruity esters.

Utterly sublime. Probably the best in its kind.

Saison Dupont
75CL
6.5% alc.
12 bottles/case

Lindemans Faro

Aversion of Belgium's "wild -fermented" wheat beer, which is the result of blending Lambic of "one summer" with old Lambic and chaptalized with candy sugar.
Faro is an intriguing balance of wineyness and sweetness. This was probably the beer being served in Breugel's paintings of Flemish Village Life.
Faro is a delicious accompaniment of a whole assortment of desserts.

Lindemans Faro
25CL
4% alc.
24 bottles/case

Lindemans Gueuze

Nowadays, Lambic on draught is hard to find. Only in a few pubs in and around Brussels you still can taste the curious sherry-like flavoured beer. Nevertheless, since 1880, Lambic was bottled to simplify transport but also for conservation properties. This method was the birth of Gueuze: Before the bottling of the Gueuze, a blend is made of 2/3 young Lambic and 1/3 old Lambic. The right ratio young/old is depending on the maturation degree (end attenuation) of each of them. The bottles, with the wild-spontaneous yeast flora, are refermented in the cellar (Method Champenoise).

After 6 months the Gueuze obtains a golden color and a cidery, winey palate; reminiscent, perhaps, of dry vermouth with a more complex and natural flavour.

It is often served as an happy hour drink in Brussels. It is the traditional beer for carbonade, as well as a beautifully based beverage with seafood or other salty meals. It's also delicious with cream sauces.

Lindemans Gueuze
25CL
4.5% alc.
24 bottles/case