Geneviève de Brabant draught beer pils
In the draught beer pils de Brabant you will encounter the sunshine – the infrequent sunshine – of Belgium which so warms the heart.
A mere sip is enough to transport you to its northern regions. But drink your fill, for the story has it that one Pope’s wits were so befuddled by beer that he had Gambrinus canonized as St Arnold! Continue reading “Draught beer Pils”
Geneviève de Brabant draught beer Double
As brown as the morning breeze but as fierce as the noonday sun, this draught beer double warms the heart and delights the palate.
With all the color and richness of dark gold, Double de Brabant is divine nectar for the taste-buds and enchanting for the spirit. Continue reading “Draught beer double”
Dry Cider Adam’s Apple
Its perfect balance between acidity and sugar makes it an aperitif par excellence the Cider Adam’s Apple. Continue reading “Draught Cider Adam’s Apple”
Irish Cider Magners
Cider Magners is The No.1 Irish Cider Brand globally, exported to over 40 markets.
Magners Original Irish Cider is crafted in Ireland using the fresh juice from 17 varieties of apple. Continue reading “Cider Magners”
Belgian beer Geneviève de Brabant Blonde
When the weary traveler arrived in our fine province of Brabant (in Belgium), he knew that his wanderings were nearly at an end and that he would soon find well-deserved rest and the table laid for a good meal. Continue reading “Beer Geneviève de Brabant Blonde”
The Belgian white beer
What nobler distinction could there be for this tasty wheat beer with its pleasant fruity flavour and rich foam than to bear the name of one our most illustrious forebears? Continue reading “Beer Geneviève de Brabant Blanche”
The beer Bourgogne des Flandres Brune/Bruin
Beer Bourgogne des Flandres is the real taste of Bruges. The mixed fermentation is what makes this beer so special. Continue reading “Beer Bourgogne des Flandres”
Martin’s draught beer Real Ale
Martin’s draught beer Real Ale: an unfiltered, non-pasteurized draught beer. Continue reading “Draught beer Real Ale”
Martin’s beer Pale Ale
Who isn’t familiar with Martin’s beer Pale Ale, once dubbed “the most noble of English pale ales”?
This unique beer pale ale is the result of the exceptional traditional technique of dry hopping as genuine Kent hops are added after the brewing process, at low temperature, so that only the finest of the hops’ aromas and flavours are transmitted to the beer. Continue reading “Beer Pale Ale”
Martin’s IPA – Beer India Pale Ale
The beer India Pale Ale was first brewed when the British ships crossed the oceans on-route to their faraway colonies. To better preserve their beloved beer during these long voyages, the English brewers added extra hops. Continue reading “Beer India Pale Ale”