Brewery John Martin

3 products

3 products

Beer Waterloo Triple Blond 8% John Martin | Triple
€2,66
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Authentic Belgian top-fermented beer with a brilliant golden yellow colour, very fine bubbles and a thick, creamy head. The first impression on the nose is fresh and yeasty. Lively and fruity aromas accompany notes of delicate and refined hops. The bouquet is completed with hints of green apple and lime blossom. The initial flavors linger on the palate and are well balanced.
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Beer Bourgogne Des Flandres Brune 5% John Martin | Oud Bruin
€2,50
Acide Belgique Bouteille Brabant wallon preorder Sur commande (Min 6)

Triple with mixed fermentation.

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Beer Timmermans Kriek 4% John Martin | Kriek
€1,75
Belgique Bouteille Brabant wallon Fruitée preorder Sur commande (Min 6)
Kriek Timmermans is brewed by adding natural juice to lambic beer, a mixture which is then fermented in oak barrels. After which, it is bottled. Kriek Timmermans mixes its famous lambic with this sweetness to make a beer capable of quenching all thirsts. Its taste is all cherry, as its very powerful nose already shows. Its acidity is neutralized by its pleasantly sweet and fruity bouquet.
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Brewery John Martin

John Martin was born in 1886 in Newmarket, England. In 1909 he decided to settle in Antwerp, where he created the Schweppes tonic. He also became the official importer in Belgium of 'Guinness' and 'Bass'. Fifteen years later, he invented the recipe for 'Gordon Scotch' which would become John Martin's first beer.

The success means that space is running out in Antwerp. In addition, the Gordon is exported more to Germany and France than to the United Kingdom. In 1934 he decided to settle in Genval, where the company is still located today.

During the Second World War, Martin's had one of the most technological breweries in the world, and the German occupiers decided to requisition the place to brew 'Beck's'.

After this small setback, the firm will only know growth, today it has a good number of labels and has bought several breweries such as Timmermans, Waterloo and Bourgogne des Flandres.

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