What could be more noble for this tasty wheat beer with a pleasant fruity taste and creamy foam that it bears the name of one of our most illustrious ancestors! Blanche de Brabant, who lived in the 12th century, belonged to the dynasty of the kings of France. In the regency during the Seventh Crusade, and involving both the men went to fight the infidels in the holy land and those left behind, Brabant, among other numerous edicts, chose to develop wheat crops. Thus was born Blanche de Brabant, the wheat based Belgian beer to which is also added coriander seeds and orange zest.
A blend of carefully selected cereals including wheat, defines its membership of big Belgian white beers. It has a reduced acidity from the presence of coriander at its conclusion – t is refreshing and light.
Cool as the morning breeze but also like the fierce midday sun, it warms the heart and delights the palate. Double Brabant is a divine nectar to the palate and a delight for the mind. It comes to you in a brown robe, and its creamy foam invites you to become lost in the paths of a province renowned for brewing.
A naughty nose, with a sleek and cumming brown character, which very quickly awakens the senses with gently bodied fragrant flavours but remaining faithful to its original roasted malts. It is surrounded by a hoppy bouquet that’s refreshed with orange peel while releasing a subtle hint of chicory. A brunette with hazel eyes that’s well armed for the conquest of an entire palace to the great satisfaction of the palate.
With Pils de Brabant, you find a rare sun that warms Belgian hearts. A simple sip is enough to carry you to its northern regions, so the good people of yesterday and today drink it according to their taste, for it is said that the Pope of the time recognized it as a divine drink even lost his Latin and canonized Gambrinus made under the name of St Arnould!
This lager is brewed using the more traditional bottom fermentation technique and quickly arrives on the palate with a typical bitterness, followed by malted, pungent flavours and a nice finale.
How to evoke Brabant Rousse without mentioning Jean I, the most illustrious of the Dukes of Brabant? A man political and military strategist whose reputation far exceeded our borders! A poet and knight, was without rival in the tournaments, and each of these games was a great opportunity to drink very well during the legendary festivities! But all armour has a defect, and Jean I’s was a perpetual need for money to satisfy his passion for the ladies. Among them was one that with red, flaming hair who intoxicated him more than any other and who, unfortunately, resisted his advances. Thus, to seduce her, the idea came to him to ask his master brewer to create a beer with soft, light, red highlights. .
La Rousse de Brabant was thus born, a boutique beer that takes its name from those fierce women who rarely reveal their charms but, once conquered, are available with passion and generosity!
Think crusty bread mixed with a slightly sweet aroma – these are the key ingredients of this delicious, copper-coloured ale. Its flavour has the sweetness of malt, caramel but with a sly, bitter-sweet undertone. Excellent at the finish, with a pungent, refreshing bitterness. Wonderfully appetizing. Serve chilled.
This very distinctive, rustic, robust and thirst-quenching beer smells sweetly of earth and announces spring. Its slightly cloudy “Naples yellow” colour is reminiscent of the dominant hues of spring flowers. Its thick fine head and its surprising mouthfeel of young shoots and hops leave an impression of lightness and liveliness. The yeasty finish is marked by a hint of citrus. It goes well with poached freshwater fish in mousseline sauce and asparagus “à la flamande”.