Belgium is, almost certainly, the country with the greatest brewing tradition in the world. With more than 400 varieties of local beers, there are more than 1,000 national beer brands in this European country. Regarding the consumption of beer, the per capita figure is 100 litres per year; in Spain, consumption is 47 litres per inhabitant.
The Trappists are the best-known Belgian beers around the world. They are of excellent quality, characterized by their high grade; They have between 7 and 11 degrees, depending on the brand. Also, unlike other types of beer, the Trappists are not served cold.
One of the main attractions of the Trappist beers is that they have been able to maintain the tradition for thousands of years. Even today, its production is still in the hands of the monks, who make them follow the recipe of the Middle Ages.
To be an authentic Trappist beer, you must have a series of requirements, which are the following:
The drink must have been brewed inside an abbey run by monks of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance.
The process of making this type of Belgian beer must always be supervised by the monks and must have been carried out according to its traditional recipe.
The profits of the beers are reinvested for the good of the community.
To date in the world, there are only 11 beers with this designation of origin, 6 of which are Belgian: Chimay, Orval, Westmalle, Rochefort, Achel, Westvleteren.
The latter, Westvleteren beer is extremely complicated to achieve. It is not for sale in any establishment or brewery, not even in Belgium. To be able to taste it, an appointment must be made with the abbey; Once there, you can only buy a single box per vehicle. Therefore, when one goes to Belgium it is practically obligatory to try a Trappist. In Brussels, and other cities of the country there are many breweries where it can be enjoyed.
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TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Dark, dense, strong and creamy foam. Aroma: It has a wild range of flavors, which dominate the roasting of the malt. Body / Taste: Balanced, deep and wide, where the wort remaining sweetness necessary to obtain the high...
“Vista Gulden Draak is a strong dark ale and dense, fermented twice
White bottle protected from light
Wild Nose Aromas, which dominate the roasting of malt
Boca spicy notes at first, good balance between sweetness and roasted flavor
Alcohol well integrated
Rich in the mouth...”
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Dark color, something coppery beige foam and durable (though not abundant). Aroma: Rich and earthy hops. Body / Taste: Lots of nuances in flavor, that are overlapping each other, mostly fruity and sweet, but the...
“The Leffe Radieuse is an elegant beer benefiting from secular knowledge. Color: ambréeParfum: Coriander Seed and citrus. Flavor: Notes of spice, citrus and roasted malt. Do not miss the opportunity to taste this radiant and resplendent beer surprising character.”
...the alcohol produced was no sold. It began being made for sale in 1836. About 100 years later, in 1934, the recipe for Westmalle Tripel was created. The recipe is still used today. As a fun fact, the Westmalle Trappist Brewery is one of only a dozen Trappist...
TASTING NOTES: St. Bernardus Abt 12 Appearance: A dark beer with an ivory-colored head Aroma: Complex flavor of roasted malt, caramel, and herbal notes Flavor: Round and balanced, not very strong, softened by special water, predominantly roasted malt...
“The absolute top quality in the hierarchy of the St. Bernardus beers, Abt 12 is dark and rich with a thick, flavour-laden head. Notes of fig and raisins ring out before a bitter aftertaste that lasts all day long.”
TASTING NOTES : Color: Kwak is dark brown , with a very dense foam adherenete , dark beige Nose: Aromas of cerelas and fruit. Mouth: noticed a subtle sweetness with bitterness follows and ends with a taste of caramel coffee . PRODUCER : Bosteels Brew...
“Traditionally known thanks to his glass box, the Kwak is also characterized by its beautiful amber color. Deliciously fragrant and balanced, this lovely Belgian will tantalize your palate. Its very soft and light bitterness will melt but be careful because behind the softness hides the strength...”
...in the bottle. TASTING NOTES: Vista: Dark beer, warm and transparent. Nose: Aromas of malt, caramel and nuts. Mouth: The Delirium nocturnum, cousin of Delirium Tremens, shows a mix of sweetness and spices, usually more common in walonas beers, where chocolate...
TASTING NOTES: Colour: Golden yellow color. Nose: similar to a liquor flowers and fruits. Mouth: Touch of apple and pear at first yeast. The alcohol content warms the throat, refreshing. ALCOHOL: 8.5% Vol FOOD PAIRING: Ideal as an aperitif, and it...
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: A deep color between gold and mahogany, the foam has a short duration. Aroma: roasted, malty something which detects the presence of alcohol. Body / Taste: fruity and spicy presents profiles with initial bitterness is...
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Bourgogne Des Flandres Brune has a dark color Aroma: cooked grain, slightly noticing oak Body / flavor: Sweet and sour, spicy aftertaste leaving some end FERMENTATION TYPE: High fermentation ABV: 5% Vol
“The Bourgogne des Flandres are authentic fruits of brewing Belgian territory. From 1765 the famous family van Houtryve produces beers worthy of the dukes of Burgundy dynasty in three birrerrie of Bruges: the brasserie "Den Os", the brasserie "De Sterre / Ten Ezele" and the brasserie La Marine....”
TASTING NOTES: Color: St. Bernardus Prior 8 has a deep amber colour. Smell: Subtle Aroma of brown sugar, wood, cinnamon, cherry and licorice. Mouth: sweet fruit flavour, malt. ABV: 8% Vol. TYPE OF BEER: Stout
TASTING NOTES: Color: Triple Brewery Bosteels is dark yellow. Foam: Lots of creamy foam Taste: Predominantly malty notes. It is a full bodied beer. The fruit persists in flavor and finishes with a balanced bitterness. PROCESSOR: Brewery Bosteels...
TASTING NOTE: Appearance: Delirium Tremens has a pale blond color. It presents a fine and regular effervescence. By serving as a suitable form, you will develop a beautifully delicate foam head. Aroma: Slightly malted with a spicy touch. Body / Taste:...
“A beautiful version of Silly Scotch aged in Chardonnay barrels. A clear deep mahogany with fiery amber reflections with a thin and stable creamy white head. The nose is delicate on oak woodiness and vinous from the barrel with more pronounced aromas of complex sweetness and fruity and spicy...”
TASTING NOTES: Appearance: Dark brownish. Aroma: Combination of caramel malts and aromatic. Body / Taste: With a fruity flavor, with its hint of Banana, Cherry and Port Barrel, we have a special beer wine combines the warmth and freshness of the...
TASTING NOTES : Color: Duvel 1.5L is blonde, golden color with some shady and opaque tones speak clearly of a quality beer . Nose: The aromas are quite lupulados , suggesting some fruit, and plenty of presence of yeast Mouth: velvety body , those feelings...
“BELGIAN BEER ORGANIC AND GLUTEN In 1890 the Allard family founded the brewery in Guignies Brunehaut, then called Brasserie St Joseph. It will be known in the region for brewed beers like "The Druid and Brunhilda 8 °. In 1991 the company is experiencing a revival with the transfer in modern...”
“Belgium Brewery Van Steenberge brown Belgian beer 75cl with sweet aromas and perfume é é s s dominated by malt torr fi é é, yeast and alcohol.
Van Steenberge brewery is based in Ertvelde Belgium. It mainly produces high fermentation beer (70% of production). This...”
TASTING NOTES: View: Delirium Tremens 75cl has a yellow color. Nose: But its aroma, quite sweet, and taste filled his mouth, flooding it with a wide range of nuances of flavor. Palate: cloudy yellow beer with plenty of white foam too thick brownish. On...
“Alcohol content - For Customs Capacity 9 - 75 For Customs Product Type Beer Color - Blonde beer Castle / House Huyghe Brewery Delirium Tremens Cuvée Capacity 75cl alcohol level 9º Melles City Country of origin Belgium Tasting Notes A refreshing beer slightly bodied. slightly malty flavor with a...”