A tasty sipping Winter beer from the Chouffe Brewery which we recommend drinking by the fire. Quite hoppy with gentle spiced notes of cinnamon and clove, along with a little orange peel. At 10% ABV pair this up with warming stews and pies. ..
Using a recipe rediscovered from the 1679 Carmelite monastery, this three grain beer is far more intricate than the grain list may suggest. Rich and deep gold in colour, this pours like a classic Belgian Tripel with a creamy, white foam head. Enjoy some complex aromas of vanilla, citrus as well as s..
Pale gold in colour with a hefty, effervescent head. This boasts some malty spice on the nose and is deliciously warming on the palate with a promising aftertaste that is crisp, drying and bitter.Please note: Beer bottles are currently only available for orders within the island of Ireland. However,..
Light and refreshing on the palate with citrus notes that are complemented by hints of spice and hoppy flavours. An iconic beer with a good following!Please note: Beer bottles are currently only available for orders within the island of Ireland. However, if you’d like to order for outside Ireland pl..
A Belgian Dubbel Ale which is the oldest out of three Trappist ales produced by Brasserie de Rochefort. Rich in flavour, with plentiful dried fruit, malt, spice and yeasty notes. Rochefort is one of six Belgian breweries within the walls of the Saint-Remy Abbey in Rochefort — one of only 10 brewerie..
Created from one year old Lambic and pure cherry juice. Resulting in a beer which is deliciously fruity, think sour cherries. A great balance of sweet and sour!Please note: Beer bottles are currently only available for orders within the island of Ireland. However, if you’d like to order for outside ..
Originally brewed for New Year's Eve, which thankfully this expression is now brewed all year round. Rich in maltiness, this strong-dark ale has notes of caramelised sugar, dried fruit and hints of spice with a semi-dry finish to help balance it out. Please note: Beer bottles are currently only..
Crafted using handpicked, sour cherries on young lambic for a minimum of four months, this is then blended with more young lambic to achieve 35% fruit intensity before immediate bottling. Cellar stored for a minimum of 5 months, this is unfiltered, unpasteurised with no artificial sugars or syrups. ..
A great beer, enough said. No but seriously, from the recipe to the label, everything is unique and hasn't changed since the 1930s. This trappist beer uses a combination of brewing techniques including spontaneous fermentation. Unlike other Belgian Trappists, Orval focuses on producing this on..
This is crafted using a blend of one, two and three year old lambic. Unpasteurised and unfiltered, the lambic used is brewed with 60% barley malt, 40% unmalted wheat, aged hops and water. It is spontaneously fermented using wild yeast and matured in oak casks. Post blending, this is aged in-bottle f..
Dark brown in colour, this boasts some delicious notes of coffee and caramel with balanced bitterness. Complex aromas here develop over time with lots of enticing, warming peppery spice.Please note: Beer bottles are currently only available for orders within the island of Ireland. However, if you’d ..
A tradition unfiltered, unsweetened Oude Geuze, this is a result of an exceptional blend of Lambieks made once a year. With a high degree of fermentation, this spends 6 to 12 months maturing in bottle. Expect some complex, detailed flavours here including some citrus fruit flavours as well vanilla a..