Brewery Oud Beersel

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Beer Bersalis Triple 9.5% Oud Beersel | Triple
57,05 Kč
AV-21-VB Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand En stock
Bersalis Tripel is a triple blonde with a strong character. The taste of wheat malt evolves during the tasting from a fruity-bitter flavor to a round and sweet taste. Its spices leave a pleasant sensation in the mouth.
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Beer Geuze Barrel Oud Pijpen 6.5% Oud Beersel | Gueuze
142,63 Kč
Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand En stock
A golden yellow Geuze. The aroma is a combination of old wooden barrels and refreshing citrus. Pungent acidity. The fruity flavor is balanced by the acidity.
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Beer Vandervelden 135 Oude Geuze Vieille 6.5% Oud Beersel | Gueuze
254,26 Kč
Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand

Unique blend of lambics matured for one year. This creation is a tribute to the founder of Oud Beersel who founded the brewery 135 years ago in 1882.

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Beer Framboise Oud Beersel 5% Oud Beersel | Framboise
161,24 Kč
Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand Fruitée
Sweet raspberry beer made with real fruit and lambic. A red, pink color with a scent of red fruits and raspberries. The beer has a sweet sour touch. Soft flavor of red fruits and refreshing acidity.
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Beer Bersalis Triple Oak Aged 10.5% Oud Beersel | Triple
248,06 Kč
Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand

Wild sour, spontaneous secondary fermentation and maturation for 22 months in oak barrels which make it a unique brette product.

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Beer Oude Kriek Oud Beersel 6% Oud Beersel | Kriek
167,44 Kč
Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand Fruitée

Lambic Oud Beersel aged with cherry.

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Beer Oude Geuze Oud Beersel 6.5% Oud Beersel | Gueuze
142,63 Kč
Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand
A traditional lambic beer produced using an authentic method. The beer is a mixture of lambics from different years aged in wooden barrels. Oud Beersel Oude Geuze is distinguished by its notable fruity character and hoppy notes. The flavor combines a pleasant bitterness with an acidic, yet sweet character.
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Story of Brewery Oud Beersel

Oud Beersel was created in 1882. Since then, the brewery has had its ups and downs. It has known periods of states of grace, before the First World War in particular. The brewery often changed its name and owner.

The tough period for the gueuziers was undoubtedly after the Second World War. The craze for gueuzes was at its worst and people turned more to pils from the 1950s.

It was also the first gueuze museum in 1973.

At the end of the 1990s, the brewery was no longer doing well at all. In addition to the sales which are at their lowest, the real problem is that there is no buyer and that the craftsman in position is getting old. As we headed for a pure and simple closure, a resident of the town made the bet to buy it back and relaunch the production of lambic. In 2003 the buildings were sold to interested citizens.

Everyone thought he was unconscious and crazy, but in reality he had a thin nose. The enthusiasm for geuzes has been felt more and more since the period of the takeover, and three years after the transaction, Gert releases the first new ‘oude geuze’ from Oud Beersel.

The sale of lambic in cubi was a remarkable idea, lambic in its pure form being rarely sold to individuals. This conjuncture of good timing and good ideas will put the brewery back on track in a very short time.

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