We all should hug a tree more often. That’s a scientific fact. Now you can conveniently and safely do it without stepping in to the wild and face bears and other scary things. Just sip this beautifully balanced IPA, which has been matured on a bed of American Oak chips. Brewed with Centennial, Mosaic and Citra hops it delivers very fresh citrus taste, which is nicely combined with pine tree flavour, and then followed by malty backbone. The long lasting after taste comes with hints of wood and vanilla. Damn that sounds good!
The World Beer Awards in London 2016, Belgium Country Winner | The World Beer Awards in London 2016, Design award Belgium Gold
The Beer Awards in London 2016, 4 Star Award | The World Beer Awards in London 2017, Belgium Country Winner | International Beer Challenge
in London 2017, Bronze Medal | The Beer Awards in London 2017, 3 Star Award
Alcohol by vol. 6,0 % | Bitterness: 70 EBU | Color: Copper | kCal. per serving: 49 | Available in: 0,33 L bottle & 30 L keg
Have a sip of this beauty and you quickly realize there is no going back, Rye truly is the new black. Brewed with Pale ale malt, rye malt and roasted wheat malt and hopped with Columbus, Chinook, Centennial, Amarillo, Simcoe and Citra hops this IPA creates a nice contrast; heavenly refreshing taste and the colour so black that even the gothic prince of darkness would give thumbs up. Enjoy the soft touch of dark malts, the crispy taste from the rye malt and fresh flavours from the best American hops. Or drown in your darkest sorrows.
The Beer Awards in London 2016, 4 Star Award | The World Beer Awards in London 2017, Belgium Country Winner
The Beer Awards in London 2017, 4 Star Award
Alcohol by vol. 5,5 % | Bitterness: 70 EBU | Color: Black | kCal. per serving: 48 | Available in: 0,33 L bottle & 30 L keg
When you marry a Belgium Wit with an IPA, the love child tends to be a skinny legged, sun burned freckle faced beer pale as Johnny Winter but smooth as Barry White. Flipped Flopped White Socked is brewed with pilsner malt and wheat malt and strongly Hopped with Centennial, Cascade, Citra and Equinox hops. To make things more interesting we throw in Orange peel, Coriander and Juniper berries, which give a nice fruity and spicy touch. The result of all this madness is a refreshing wheat beer packed with citrus and fruity flavours and balanced with a nice hoppy bite. To be enjoyed in the company of blonds in white weddings.
International Beer Challenge in London 2017, Bronze Medal | The Beer Awards in London 2017, 4 Star Award
Alcohol by vol. 5,5 % | Bitterness: 55 EBU | Color: Golden | kCal. per serving: 48 | Available in: 0,33 L bottle & 30 L keg
One Love!!! Strange things happen when Ronald starts jamming, humming and drumming to the thick backbeat of reggae. All of the sudden the clouds part, sun breaks out and the Jah in his great mercy descends with a beer full of sunshine and happy vibes. The Jah Jah Rub a Dub Mango IPA is brewed with wheat and oat malts and hopped with Galaxy, Mosaic and Citra. Da mellow mood comes from mango that the Mad Professor threw in the mix. Irie!
Alcohol by vol. 3,5 % | Bitterness: 35 EBU | Color: Golden | kCal. per serving: 33 | Available in: 0,33 L bottle & 30 L keg
Flowers are blossoming, birds singing, passion flowing, and romance going oh boy must be the love in the air. Some days you could just hug the whole world. That day may well come when you sip this IPA brewed with passion fruit and matured on hibiscus flowers. The refreshingly hoppy taste comes from Galaxy, Citra and Mosaic hops. Don’t be afraid to show your feminine side and sip this love juice. We know you’re still a tough dude.
Alcohol by vol. 5,5 % | Bitterness: 55 EBU | Color: Red | kCal. per serving: 49 | Available in: 0,33 L bottle & 30 L keg
Ok fair enough, Ronald may not look like your average bodybuilder but never judge the book by its cover. Even if he hasn’t spent serious time in the gym, this IPA has and the result is a hulking bulking imperial body accompanied with whopping 8,5% abv. Which hop is the strongest? Damn, let’s throw all in and let them fight for the survival. Go Galaxy, Centennial, Citra, Chinook, Nelson Sauvin, Simcoe and Mosaic. Let’s see who’s the boss.
Alcohol by vol. 8,5 % | Bitterness: 110 EBU | Color: Copper | kCal. per serving: 67 | Available in: 0,33 L bottle & 30 L keg