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      Théorème De L'Empereur 6.4% Ermitage | Blonde
      €2,95
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      Brewed with green tea and jasmine, the result is a sweet and fragrant beer.

      Tea beers are generally blond beers to which tea is added. The result is a soft and fragrant beer. Here the bitterness of the hops is still a little present.

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      Box of 24 Anti-Waste Beers Beer Crush | Coffret
      €29,00 Regular price €60,00 Sale price
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      INCREDIBLE price for a box of 24 beers! But how?

      This is because it is an anti-waste box. What does that mean?

      This means that the expiration date on the bottles has passed, but it does not mean that the beer is any different than usual. I'm sure you've eaten or drunk something past its expiration date, but it's still delicious.

      That's why we give away these beers at a great price! And don't worry, we personally check the beers every month to make sure they're still good.

      What's in the beer box? The beer box has a few surprises in store for you. You discover a mix of beers that you may have never tasted before.

      SUPER deal - we leave no waste behind, and you get great quality beers at a discount!

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      Beer Lanterne 5.5% Ermitage | Blonde
      €2,90
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      American hops mosaic and cascade. It is fruity and dry.

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      Beer Soleil 4.5% Ermitage | Blanche
      €2,80
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      The Soleil is a very hoppy white beer, it looks a lot like a white IPA. This is one of the finest successes of the brewery.

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      Beer La Meute 6% La Source | IPA
      €3,60
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      A cloudy and super aromatic IPA. The Mosaic and El Dorado hops give it tropical notes, while the Sorachi (Belgian) gives it roundness and notes of coconut.
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      Beer Épervier 7% La Source | IPA
      €2,75
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      A fruity and light IPA! Barbe Rouge hops give the beer its unique signature: notes of berries and citrus.
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      Beer Belle-Fleur 6% Dochter van de Korenaar | IPA
      €3,00
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      Hoppy and thirst-quenching, with citrus and floral flavors. A bitter and aromatic beer for those looking for the rich aroma and taste of fresh hops.

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      Beer Grosse Bertha 7% Brussels Beer Project | Hefeweizen
      €2,50
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      Grosse Bertha is halfway between a Hefeweisse and a triple because its 7% alcohol content is much higher than the usual 4-5%. 

      The colour of the beer is yellow and misty with low carbonation and fine foam. 

      On the nose, you can notice aromas of citrus, spices, yeast, coriander and wheat. The German yeast also gives it the aromas of banana and clove. 

      On the mouth, you can taste bananas, fruits, spices, yeast and malt. The beer has a slightly bitter finish. 

      Grosse Bertha was the winner of the 2014 prototype challenge. Brussels Beer Project proposed four wheat beers and 31% of Brussels beer lovers voted this beer to be the best. 

      Grosse Bertha became a successful beer due to its low hoppiness but high alcohol level. Thus, it is loved by both amateurs and beer experts. 

      What else is there to know about Grosse Bertha beer?

      • Where did the Grosse Bertha beer name come from?

      The Grosse Bertha was a very large siege artillery used by the German army during the First World War. A German name was chosen because a German beer style, Hefeweizen, the recipe was used to make this beer. The name in German is Dicke Bertha.

      • What are the ingredients of Grosse Bertha beer?

      Grosse Bertha beer contains barley and wheat malt, hops, yeast and, of course, water. 

      • What is a Hefeweizen beer? 

      Hefe means yeast in German and Weizen means wheat. This name defines a style of ale where these two ingredients are typically used. Hefeweizen beers are generally easy to drink and refreshing beers. 

      • What is a Triple beer? 

      A triple beer is a Belgian style beer with a very high content of alcohol. The term defines a strong pale ale. 

       

      • How to serve Grosse Bertha beer?

      Serve Grosse Bertha by slowly pouring it into a tilted glass. This will give you a nice foam of head. The best serving temperature is 6 degrees celsius. 

      • How much bitterness does Grosse Bertha beer have?

      According to the International Bitterness Unit, Grosse Bertha has an IBU of 20. For reference, lambic beers are generally with the lowest bitterness with an IBU up to 10. Indian Pale Ales usually have the highest IBU figures which are between 40-120. 

      • Is Grosse Bertha beer gluten free?

      No. If you are interested in gluten-free beers, head to our catalogue and select the gluten-free filter. 

      • What are other beers by Brussels Beer Project brewery?

      Grosse Bertha is the third beer by Brussels Beer Project brewery. The brewery’s other well-known beers are Delta IPA, Jungle Joy, Wunderlager, Pico Bello and Juice Junky, among many others. 

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      Want to buy Grosse Bertha beer online? Add the beer to your cart and wait for your beer delivery! You can order a full box of just Grosse Bertha beer or get a mixed beer box of your choice. You may also find Grosse Berthe in our Brussels or Belgian beer boxes or the monthly beer subscription.

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      Beer Urine 7% Borinage | IPA
      €2,95
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      L'Urine is a Double IPA with a clear, dark blond color. The nose clashes with a hoppy explosion.
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      Beer Jungle Joy 6.6% Brussels Beer Project | Fruitée
      €2,75
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      Jungle Joy is the fusion of mango and passion fruit. A fruity but unsweetened beer that everyone enjoys. It is an exotic beer that is not only fresh but has a tangy touch. The best part is that the beer has no added sugar or artificial flavours. The beer is brewed with real pieces of fruit like mango and passion fruit!

      When you pour it into your beer glass, you’ll notice a yellow-orange, slightly murky colour appearing. The beer has a large white head. 

      On the nose, you will notice fruity aromas like mango, passion fruit, lemon, apricot, but also malt. 

      On the palate, you can taste authentic fruit flavours. The passion fruit and mango flavours are dominant, but you’ll also taste malt and cookies. It has a slight bitterness, is medium-bodied and has mild to moderate carbonation. 

      Jungle Joy is a Belgian Dubbel style of beer, but the fruitiness masks the style and pushes it under the fruit beer category. 

      Jungle Joy is also one of the All-Star beers of Brussels Beer Project. This means the brewery presents prototypes and the community chooses the best beer. Jungle Joy won in 2016 against 4 other fruity beers. It is now one of the permanent and best beers of the brewery. 

      The Jungle Joy beer stands out as it is unlike any other classic fruit beer. The beer has perfectly balanced acidity and just a hint of bitterness. Any beer lover will add it to their list of favourites. 

      More about Jungle Joy beer:  

      • Where is Jungle Joy brewed?

      The Brussels Beer Project brewery, as its name hints, is located in the capital city of Belgium. The home, where Jungle Joy is brewed, is situated on Dansaert street near the canal of Brussels. 

      • How to serve Jungle Joy beer? 

      The best is to serve Jungle Joy in a Teku beer glass. The best pouring temperature is 7 degrees celsius. 

      • What are the ingredients of Jungle Joy beer?

      The beer contains barley malt, hops, yeast, water, and extracts of mango and passionfruit.

      • Is Jungle Joy beer gluten-free?

      No, it is not gluten-free.

      • What are other beers by Brussels Beer Project brewery? 

      Some of the other beers by the brewery are Delta IPA, Wunderlager, Grosse Bertha, Pico Bello and Dark Sister

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      Thinking about buying Jungle Joy beer? Then go ahead and add it to the cart! You can also find this beer in our Brussels Beer box or choose a monthly beer delivery, where you’ll find surprising beers like this!

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      Beer Bicyclette 4.8% DrinkDrink | Blonde
      €2,25
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      La Bicyclette is quite light and brewed with American hops and rye.

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      Beer Saison De Bruxelles 6% Annexe | Saison
      €2,75
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      A slightly softer and less dry beer than other seasons. The Brussels Season is the first beer in a series of 5 seasons brewed by the Annexe.

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      Box of 20 Belgian beers Beer Crush | Coffret
      €48,00
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      A selection of 20 Belgian beers
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      Beer Double Trouble Citra 8.5% Surrealiste | IPA
      €3,50
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      Double Trouble Citra is an extremely easy-drinking beer with mind-blowing bitterness from Citra and Cryo Citra hops.

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      Beer Nordic Hopster 5% Beerstorming | Session IPA
      €2,90
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      A beer brewed with a good amount of American hops with hints of citrus and grapefruit. Dry, hoppy and lively.
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      French Beer Advent Calendar Beer Crush | Calendrier
      €45,00 Regular price €69,00 Sale price
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      An advent calendar with 24 beers from all over France.

      The French brewing revival has been a fact for several years now. Beyond consumer beers such as 1664 or Kro, there are hundreds of craft breweries that contribute to this renaissance. Although the majority of these craft breweries are local, a few dozen micro-breweries have emerged at the national level with sometimes even international fame. It is with these breweries that we have decided to work in order to discover the French panorama of craft beer. 

      List of breweries usually included in the French beer advent calendar:

       

      Brasserie Bendorf (Alsace): the pioneering Alsatian urban brewery where sustainability and aromatic hops are at the heart of the process.

       

      Sainte-Cru Brewery (Strasbourg) : out of the ordinary with irreverence in the company of a range of hoppy beers with unlimited imagination.

       

      Brasserie Galibot (West Metz): regional brewery expert in bottom fermentation and mixed fermentation for complex and well-made beers with German sounds.

       

      Hoppy Road (Nancy): 3 friends who explore from Nancy all the diversity of flavors offered by beer around the world.

       

      Piggy Brewing (Lorraine): French ambassadors of the craft movement with recognizable hoppy beers.

       

      Popin Brewery (Meaning): a nugget hidden in the woods that spits incredible beers with avant-garde labels

       

      Aerofab (Nantes): the ambient air smells of hops with our wind brewers who package their scents in cans.

       

      Cambier Brewery (Lille): Lille urban brasserie open to the public

       

      La P'tite Maiz (Tours): 2 friends, Christophe and Quentin who have been brewing since 2015 in the area of Tours.

       

      Spore Brewery (Evreux): original, creative and balanced beers produced within the cooperative located halfway between Paris and Le Havre

       

      The Golden Drop (Paris): Parisian pioneer established in the 18th arrondissement and giving pride of place to collaborative beers at the crossroads

       

      Wildcat (Paris): set off to discover the Parisian disco-like brewpub that is going on an adventure in the South. In Montpellier more precisely.

       

      Grand Paris Brewery (Paris): A Franco-American epic with Saint-Denis as the base.

       

      Hespebay (Paris): a new kid with well-hopped, rustic, often tart beers

       

      O'Clock Brewing (Paris): three childhood friends share their love of well-made beer.

       

      Azimuth (Bordeaux): creator of the incredible white basil

       

      Butterfly Effect (Bordeaux): brewery specializing in barrel weisse Berliners

       

      Brasserie Iron (Montauban): the craft reference of the South of France

       

      Brasserie La Debauchery (Angoulème): French pioneer in the revival of craft beer with hundreds of proven recipes.

       

      The Detour Brewery (Montpellier): new kid on the Montepellier side who works in all styles.

       

      Rough (Montpellier): a local and short-circuit approach for this small production.

       

      Full Moon Brewery (Drôme): big focus on bottom fermentations with Lager-style beers in all their forms: black, hoppy, etc.

       

      Brasserie Sulauze (Camargue): a complete brewery anchored in its environment

       

      Zoobrew (Montpellier): the animal brewery offers well-made beers in eclectic styles

      Brasserie Bendorf (Alsace): the pioneering Alsatian urban brewery where sustainability and aromatic hops are at the heart of the process.

       

      Sainte-Cru Brewery (Strasbourg) : out of the ordinary with irreverence in the company of a range of hoppy beers with unlimited imagination.

       

      Brasserie Galibot (West Metz): regional brewery expert in bottom fermentation and mixed fermentation for complex and well-made beers with German sounds.

       

      Hoppy Road (Nancy): 3 friends who explore from Nancy all the diversity of flavors offered by beer around the world.

       

      Piggy Brewing (Lorraine): French ambassadors of the craft movement with recognizable hoppy beers.

       

      Popin Brewery (Meaning): a nugget hidden in the woods that spits incredible beers with avant-garde labels

       

      Aerofab (Nantes): the ambient air smells of hops with our wind brewers who package their scents in cans.

       

      Cambier Brewery (Lille): Lille urban brasserie open to the public

       

      La P'tite Maiz (Tours): 2 friends, Christophe and Quentin who have been brewing since 2015 in the area of Tours.

       

      Spore Brewery (Evreux): original, creative and balanced beers produced within the cooperative located halfway between Paris and Le Havre

       

      The Golden Drop (Paris): Parisian pioneer established in the 18th arrondissement and giving pride of place to collaborative beers at the crossroads

       

      Wildcat (Paris): set off to discover the Parisian disco-like brewpub that is going on an adventure in the South. In Montpellier more precisely.

       

      Grand Paris Brewery (Paris): A Franco-American epic with Saint-Denis as the base.

       

      Hespebay (Paris): a new kid with well-hopped, rustic, often tart beers

       

      O'Clock Brewing (Paris): three childhood friends share their love of well-made beer.

       

      Azimuth (Bordeaux): creator of the incredible white basil

       

      Butterfly Effect (Bordeaux): brewery specializing in barrel weisse Berliners

       

      Brasserie Iron (Montauban): the craft reference of the South of France

       

      Brasserie La Debauchery (Angoulème): French pioneer in the revival of craft beer with hundreds of proven recipes.

       

      The Detour Brewery (Montpellier): new kid on the Montepellier side who works in all styles.

       

      Rough (Montpellier): a local and short-circuit approach for this small production.

       

      Full Moon Brewery (Drôme): big focus on bottom fermentations with Lager-style beers in all their forms: black, hoppy, etc.

       

      Brasserie Sulauze (Camargue): a complete brewery anchored in its environment

       

      Zoobrew (Montpellier): the animal brewery offers well-made beers in eclectic styles

       

      For those who are curious, here is what the advent calendar box looks like.

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      There are also other beer advent calendars offered by the competition, such as 

      Comparison of the different advent calendars

      My little Hop offers a very nice comparative analysis according to your selection criteria such as price, originality and brewery calendars. Their analysis is the first result on Google for the query "Beer Advent Calendar" in France. It makes you wonder why they don't take the opportunity to offer their own version because Mon Petit Houblon is before a monthly subscription offer of 6 beers for around 26€.

      All boxes is a comparator specializing in boxes of all kinds. Their article on beer advent calendars isn't entirely up to date and isn't very objective for the "best calendars" title given the results they offered, but it's still worth a look.

      Brewnation is a blog specializing in beer and offers a fairly exhaustive list (even if we're not into it) while highlighting 4-5 favorites.

      Happy Beer Time offers by far the most complete list of beer advent calendars available in France whether sent from Belgium or elsewhere. To tell the truth, there are so many that you get a little lost :) but hats off to the work done.

      Beery Christmas from Saveur-Bière

      Saveur Bière is one of the European leaders in online beer sales. Since its takeover a few years ago by the industrialist AB Inbev, the big financial means have come out to make it a must under the tree. In 2020, Parisians were even treated to giant advertising in the Paris metro. The Saveur-Bière advent calendar has the particularity of offering 25 beers (probably 2 cans on December 24). The selection is above all European, faithful to its image as a supplier of beers to the world with several brews specially concocted for the advent calendar.

      A Little Moss Advent Calendar

      A little foam it is the beer subscription specialist in mainland France. As their e-shop is not very developed, their advent calendar is a bit their second specialty. Particularities ? A selection made in co-creation with buyers from the previous year and suggested food pairings.  

      Other ideas for your advent calendar

      Each year, the choice of calendar increases more and more. In 2021, we will note the arrival on the market of Brussels Beer Project, My Beer Box or Galia. Furthermore, the Belgibeer and Belgium in a box advent calendars no longer exist following the cessation of activity of their respective companies. Competition is fierce in 2021.

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      Beer Boriner Vice 5% Borinage | Berliner Weisse
      €2,95
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      Berliner Weisse with a slightly salty taste. It is produced in the tradition of this style, with raw wheat and by crazy but exceptional brewers.

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      Beer Gueuze 100% Lambic Bio 5% Cantillon | Gueuze
      €6,50
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      A tangy and fruity taste, the woody aromas due to the time of fermentation in barrels provide a long final touch in mouth.

      This beer can be kept for an extremely long time, it will only get better.

      The Gueuze Cantillon is a blend of several organic lambics.

      The Gueuze Cantillon has a golden blond colour with some orange reflections. The head of the beer is very thin. The beer has delicate citrus aromas. On the nose, you can notice lemon, apple and apricot. On the palate, you have fruity tastes, especially the lemon and apple. It provides a strong acidity with a long finish in the mouth. The balance of acidity is perfect. 

      The Cantillon brewery and its gueuze have become famous not only in Belgium but all around the world. Some people even call the beer “Champagne de Belgique”. The demand has not only become high among beer drinkers but also among collectors. People as far as the United States are trying to get their hands on a good Cantillon Gueuze. 

      Now, the Gueuze Cantillon represents half of the brewery’s production. The brewers follow a thousand-year-old brewing tradition and promote the natural taste of a beer by using the best raw materials. The cereals they use are 100% organically grown.
       

      The history and making of Gueuze beer

      In the 18th century, a Benedictine monk discovered champagnisation by blending different non-sparkling white wines. It was just the beginning of discovery, as, during the next century, a Brabant brewer mixed several Lambics that caused fermentation in the bottle. And finally, the Gueuze was born. 

      Before that, only Lambic and Faro beers were drunk in Belgium. The monk’s discovery of champagnisation and the Brabant brewers mixing of lambics started a new revolution. The Gueuze beer then became a hit. In fact, it was not the Belgians but Americans who noticed the value of a gueuze beer. Before it came back to the spotlight in Belgium, the demand was much higher in the United States. 

      Creating this complex mixture of different lambics requires some work. Around ten lambics from different barrels need to be tasted to select the best half for the mixture. Young lambics that are one year old are mixed with old lambics, which are three years old. The bottles are then placed horizontally in a cellar for a second fermentation that takes about one year. Once the lambic has become sparkling, it has become a gueuze. 

      Anecdote of cooking with Gueuze Cantillon beer

      Proper beer lovers and geeks would call anyone mad to waste a good Cantillon Gueuze on any dish. Nevertheless, there is a whole recipe book about cooking with Cantillon beer!

      You can find this book at Brussels Gueuze Museum, which is a museum dedicated to gueuze beer and established in the Cantillon brewery. 

      The book called “La Gueuze Gourmande” was published in 1995 and only focuses on dishes that use Cantillon beers. There is a recipe called tête pressée that even requires two full bottles of Cantillon Gueuze. This book was made when the consumption of traditional gueuze was declining, especially during the tough times after World War II. This book intended to use the beer in recipes in a way that the unique beer flavour would not disappear. 

      The recipe book may be forgotten now, but luckily the consumers have once again started to appreciate a traditional gueuze beer the way it is.

      Learn more about the Gueuze Cantillon beer.

      How long can you store a Gueuze Cantillon beer?

      The good news is that this beer only gets better with time! In a cellar, Cantillon Gueuze can age for more than 20 years without losing any taste or aromas. 

      Where is the Gueuze Cantillon brewed?

      The Cantillon brewery is located in the Anderlecht neighbourhood in Brussels, Belgium. It is very close to one of the main train stations, Brussels Midi. 

      How to serve the Gueuze Cantillon?

      The Gueuze Cantillon can be served at 15 degrees celsius. Cantillon brewery has a dedicated beer glass for the gueuze. If you are unable to buy a Cantillon beer glass, then use any straight format beer glass to enjoy your beer. 

      What are some other similar beers to Gueuze Cantillon?

      If you enjoy the Gueuze Cantillon, you must see the other gueuze beers in our collection. 

      What are the other beers by Cantillon brewery?

      We encourage you to try out Cantillons Kriek and Gambrinus

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      Are you interested in trying Gueuze Cantillon? You can buy the beer online by adding it to the cart! 

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      Beer Papegaei 8% Verstraete | Blonde Forte
      €2,75
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      Brewed with whole hop flowers, the cereals reveal their charms.

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      Beer Jambe De Bois 8% Brasserie de la Senne | Triple
      €2,50
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      Jambe-de-Bois is balanced but generously hopped Triple. It is a powerful and full-bodied beer and most likely the bitterest Triple beer in Belgium. 

      When you pour Jambe de Bois into your beer glass, you’ll notice a beautiful blonde colour beer with golden reflections filling the glass. It has a creamy, firm, white head. 

      On the nose, the hops aromas dominate but are accompanied by orange, citrus, grass and banana. You will also notice the aromas of fermentation and another fruity aroma that resembles a pear. The floral, honeyed sweetness of malts and spicy notes appear as well. 

      The beer flavours are unique. In the mouth, you will experience a balance of bitterness and fruitiness. A ripe banana taste can be noticed. Malt is another dominant taste. The strong alcohol content gives it roundness and the absence of residual sugars makes the finish hoppy and bitter. 

      De la Senne brewery is known for its quality beers and has created some true gems. Jambe-de-Bois is a unique triple and should not be missed when degustating Belgian beers. 
       

       

      Story of Jambe-de-Bois name

       

      The Senne Brewery gives tribute to the Belgian revolution and more specifically a Belgian soldier Jean-Joseph Charlier with this beer. Jean-Joseph fought in Napoleon’s army and lost his leg. His new wooden leg did not stop him. Later, in 1830, Jean-Joseph was a cannoneer during the Belgian Revolution against the Netherlands. 

       

      What else can we know about Jambe-de-Bois beer?

       

      What’s on the Jambe-de-Bois beer label? 

      The beer label is related to the story of the beer name and is dedicated to the Belgian revolution. The illustration shows someone with a wooden leg sitting on a cannon. That would be Jean-Joseph Charlier! The label also used to state “No Dutchman was hurt in the making of this beer,” while now it reads Belgian Revolution Triple. 

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      Where is Jambe-de-Bois brewed?

      De la Senne brewery is located in Brussels in the Molenbeek-Saint-Jean area. 

       

      How to serve Jambe-de-Bois beer?

       

      The best serving temperature is 8 degrees celsius. It is best to use a tulip-shaped glass that can get the hoppy aromas out. Pour the beer slowly into a glass so it can form a nice foamy head. 

       

      What are the ingredients of Jambe-de-Bois beer?

       

      The beer contains barley malt, sugar, hops, yeast and water. 

       

      How bitter is Jambe-de-Bois beer? 

       

      It is quite a bitter triple with an IBU of 49. Triple beers' IBU range is usually between 20-45. 

       

      Is Jambe-de-Bois gluten free?

       

      No, it is not gluten-free. But we do have a gluten-free beer collection in our catalogue.

       

      What are some other beers by de la Senne brewery?

       

      De la Senne is one of the best craft beer breweries in Brussels and has many other great beers to offer. You should also try their Zinnebir, Taras Boulba, Bruxellensis, Saison du Meyboom and Stouterik

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      Thirsty for Jambe-de-Bois? Then add the beer to the cart! You can also find this beer in our Brussels beer box or discover it in our monthly beer subscription

       

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      Beer Black Hope 4.6% Ermitage | Black IPA
      €2,95
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      Black Session IPA

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      Beer La Parvis 6.8% Bieres de Quartier | Blonde Belge
      €2,75
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      La Parvis is a Belgian blond beer brewed with chicory roots.
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      Beer Gmgk 6% Beerstorming | Blonde
      €2,90
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      This dry and aromatic blonde beer presents a perfect blend of white tea and kaffir lime. This spice blend gives a little taste of passion fruit that will make you enjoy your day.
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      Beer Charbon 7% Dochter van de Korenaar | Fumée
      €3,25
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      A classic dry stout with 7% alcohol, brewed with smoked wheat malt and flavored with fresh vanilla.

      Charbon is a contrasting beer: the roasted flavors combine with the smoky flavor of oak-smoked wheat malt to give the beer a healthy dose of spice. Charbon goes well with soft cheeses.

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      Beer Avalanche 6.8% Atrium | IPA
      €2,95
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      Dark red beer with ample fruity notes such as passion fruit and mango. A delicate bitterness perfectly balanced by some malty notes.
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      Beer Noisy Pale Ale 6% No Science | IPA
      €2,60
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      The Noisy Pale Ale is the flagship beer of the No Science brewery in Brussels. The recipe tends to change slightly with each brew, so don't be surprised if the taste isn't the same all the time. This way of doing things is a will of the brewer, Maxime, in order to constantly seek improvements on this particular product.

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      Beer Amer-Amer 6% De Ranke | IPA
      €2,25
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      Nice balance between flavors and aggressive bitterness thanks to the use of whole hops.

      In the case of Amer-Amer, American hops are used, but these were grown in Belgium like all the hops used by De Ranke.

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      Beer Paix Dieu 10% Caulier | Triple
      €3,00
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      Strong blonde beer, very yeasty. We recommend it. It is a traditional triple beer that is smooth and full of character. 

      Next time you look at the full moon, you’ll look at it differently. That is because Paix Dieu is brewed under the full moon every 28 days. The beer used to be brewed by the abbey of Paix Dieu, where the lunar calendar was very important. The brewery has kept this tradition to stay true to the abbey and the beer. 

      Not only are the brewers following the lunar calendar tradition, but they are also using old-fashioned manufacturing methods. These methods are almost identical to the methods used by the abbey. Paix Dieu beer is also 100% natural and preserved from filtration or pasteurisation. 

      The colour of Paix Dieu beer is golden and cloudy. The head of the beer is creamy, generous and consistent. The beer has a medium body and is low in carbonation. 

      On the nose, you’ll notice complex aromas. It is a mix of fruity, spicy, vanilla, hops, malt, and yeast aromas.

      On the palate, you’ll get hoppy and sweet flavours. Notes of fruits, coriander, spices and yeast are present. It develops a fine bitterness. 

      Paix Dieu has become a very popular drink and one of the most popular beers in the brewery. It is not only a popular beer in Belgium but very popular among the neighbouring countries, especially France. In fact, 50% of the production goes to the neighbours.

       

      Why is Paix Dieu beer special?

      Besides being brewed under the full moon, Paix Dieu is also among one of the strongest Belgian beers. So just like the full moon effect, you might turn into a werewolf after drinking a few of these beers with a 10% alcohol level.

      Moreover, because it is only brewed during the full moon, it limits its production. That only adds value to the beer. 

       

      Where is Paix Dieu beer brewed?

      Paix Dieu is brewed by brewery Caulier. It is their only beer brewed under the full moon. The brewery is located close to the French border, in Péruwelz, Belgium. 

       

      What are the ingredients of Paix Dieu?

      The ingredients are carefully selected from local producers. The recipes include hops, malt and sugar. The yeast used is grown by the Caulier brewery. The water used to make Paix Dieu beer is drawn from the brewery’s own well. 

       

      How to serve Paix Dieu?

      Paix Dieu beer has its designated beer glass. Just like the full moon, it is completely round. The beer glass is also cut at a certain angle so it can capture all the aromas of the beer. Moreover, it is handmade glass. That means that each one of the beer glasses is unique. You are lucky if you own one. 

      Photo: Caulier Paix Dieu

       

      Which food goes well next to Paix Dieu beer?

      You can serve Paix Dieu beer next to hard cheese or a good steak. 

      What are some similar beers to Paix Dieu?

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