Stout beer

21 products

21 products

Beer Stouterik 5% Senne | Stout
Belgique Bio Bouteille Bruxelles Noire

Stout with roasted aromas and a very balanced bitterness.

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Beer Sans Pardon 11% Korenaar | Stout
Anvers Belgique Bouteille Noire

Sans Pardon offers coffee and chocolate flavors typical of Imperial Stouts but also a fruity flavor that comes from the use of Rooibos.

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Beer Onyx Amburana 11% Atrium | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Luxembourg Noire

Imperial stout aged in Amburana barrels with orange zest and vanilla pods.

More aromatic than the classic version, it is also slightly less bitter but much spicier.

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Beer Black C 8.2% Brasserie C | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Brasserie {C} Liège Noire

Round stout combining aromas of coffee and cocoa, it is unfiltered and unpasteurized. Roasted and roasted malts give it a bitter and sweet side at the same time. Everything is fermented for a long time to balance all the flavors.

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Onyx Beer 11% Atrium | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Luxembourg Noire

Black beer, powerful, with an imposing body and an explosion of flavors in the mouth.

Brewed with more than 15 different cereals, it has notes of coffee, vanilla and cocoa.

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Beer Excuse Me While I Kiss My Stout 8.2% Hedonis | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Flandre Occidentale Noire

Coffee stout low in alcohol and rather dry.

There is a spicy side due to the addition of vanilla, coconut and cinnamon but without softening the beer.

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Beer Monk Stout 5.2% Dupont | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Hainaut Noire

Dark, dry and bitter in line with English dry stout beers.

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Beer Cassandra 7% Siphon | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Flandre Orientale Noire

Cassandra is a complex beer full of flavor. Its bitterness comes from both its coffee-flavored roasted beans as well as the use of earthy European hop cones/ The addition of oyster shells at the end of the boiling process brings out a chocolate-licorice sweetness . The shells are taken to the Siphon restaurant where the oysters were freshly prepared and consumed by visitors earlier on the day of the brew.

Attention this product has a date of preference to consume before which is exceeded.

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Black Mamba Beer 4.3% Sainte-Hélène | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Luxembourg Noire Saint-Monon
English-style stout hopped with Citra and Simcoe. A roasted aroma with some burnt sugar and citrus. Tastes of roasting and burnt cocoa. Lots of flavor and easy to drink.
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Beer Ardenne Stout 8% Minne | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Luxembourg Noire
This Ardennes is a stout with strong and intense flavors and well balanced, without any heaviness. The use of roasted spelled malts and the woody touches give it intense coffee and roasted flavors with a touch of acidity. The full-bodied flavors of the malts, the aromas and the bitterness of the three hops to obtain a balanced product.
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Beer Oaky Moaky 7.5% Verzet | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Flandre Orientale Noire

Imperial Stout matured in barrels of Ardbeg and Ardmore Whiskey (2019 edition). The specificity of this beer is that they add a little oud bruin, which gives a slight tangy taste.

Complete and complex, this beer will awaken your taste buds, it is ideal at the end of a meal or just like that for the most experienced.

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Beer Hercule Stout 9% Legendes | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Brasserie des Légendes Hainaut Noire

One of the best classic Belgian stouts.

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Beer Kameradski 2.5% Verzet | Stout
Acide Belgique Bouteille Flandre Orientale Noire
Kameradski is a very strong beer with 12.5% resulting from the fusion between an old brown and a big stout
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Beer Moose Milk Stout 6.5% Annexe | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Bruxelles Noire

Aromas of rum, whiskey, vanilla and coffee

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Beer Oesterstout 8.5% Schelde | Stout
Anvers Belgique Bouteille Noire
A unique and full-bodied stout with a refined malty bitterness and delicious brackish tones in the aftertaste thanks to the addition of fresh oysters during boiling.
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Guinness Stout 4.2% 24x33cl John Martin | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Léger en Alcool Noire

La Guiness Stout est la bière noire la plus connue. Elle est distribuée dans le monde entier et nombreux sont ceux qui l'on déjà goûtée. Importées depuis des décenies par l'importateur John Martin devenu brasseur. Parmi les bières les plus connues de la brasserie John Martin, on retrouve la John Martin's Pale Ale et la Timmermans Kriek. La Guinness Stout, avec un taux d'alcool de 4.2%, est une bière de style Stout. Elle est à la fois épaisse et aqueuse, elle est très facile à boire pour les amateurs de goûts café et chocolat.

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Floris Chocolat 4.2% 24x33cl Huyghe | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Léger en Alcool Noire

Découvrez la bière belge Floris Chocolat de la brasserie Huyghe. Cette brasserie historique de la région de Gand est connue pour ses bières emblématiques telles que la Delirium Tremens et la La Guillotine. La Floris Chocolat est une stout à 4.2% d'alcool, parfaite pour les amateurs de bières sombres. La Floris existe également sous bien d'autres noms,chacun proposant une saveur fruitée distincte.

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Beer Big Mama Stout 8% NovaBirra | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Brabant wallon Noire
Big Mama is brewed from 5 kinds of barley malt and part rye malt in combination with Summit and Willamette hop flowers. It is then cold infused with American hops and cocoa nibs from Madagascar. Big Mama will improve during the first year of cellaring by developing delicate aromas of chocolate balanced by a moderate bitterness.
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Beer Troubadour Imperial Stout 9% Musketeers | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Flandre Occidentale Noire

A fairly bitter, heavily roasted malt beer with nutty and smoky aromas.

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Beer Fat Grisou 11% Borinage | Stout
Belgique Bouteille Hainaut Noire

Coffee & Cocoa

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Beer Gulden Draak Imperial Stout 12% Steenberge | Stout
€50,00 Regular price €63,12 Sale price
Belgique Bouteille En stock Flandre Occidentale Noire

Its pronounced taste comes from the different roasted and roasted malts that make it up.

The beer is well balanced between sweetness and bitterness, it is ideal for desserts or late winter evenings near the fire.

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Stout beer

Stout or Porter beer? Much has already been written around this question, and some inquiries will probably never be explained.

These two styles of beer are English and very similar. They are mainly differentiated by their creaminess and their alcohol levels.

Porter beer is more liquid and it is easier to drink. As for stout beers, some are as thick as syrup and can rise to alcohol levels above 12%.

The history of these beers dates back several centuries in England.

Porter is the beer of 18th century London dockers. Originally from London, Porter beers were brewed with low-calcareous water.

Today many breweries market porter-style beers. To do this, it modifies the chemical profile of the water by adding different minerals. Adding minerals to the water is a characteristic of contemporary breweries, which are often set up in urban areas and use city water, while abbeys used spring water located on their estates.

Originally, many styles of beer, in particular the different styles of lager beers, thus reflected the mineral profile of the waters used and it was very difficult for brewers to imitate beers from other regions.

Stouts beers also come in many sub-styles such as:

  • Oyster Stout which is a stout with trace elements (oyster shells for example)
  • The Imperial Stout which is a high alcohol stout beer
  • The White Stout which is a blonde stout
  • The Pastry Stout which is a very thick stout


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