There is no other beer like Blanche Lambicus anywhere in the world because it is the only white lambic beer. By adding spices such as coriander and dried orange zest, a light fruity beer is created. It is subtly spicy and deliberately made cloudy.
Timmermans Oude Kriek fermented in the bottle, comes from a mixture of old an young Lambic, with the addition of cherries. Its colour is deep ruby and is slightly cloudy due to its re-fermentation in the bottle. Notes of lemon and vanilla dominate.
The Gordon Finest Scotch is so generous that it is willingly shared. Its white, unctuous foam, in total contrast with the dark brown elixir, is a pleasure for the palate. Experts will recognise the authentic Scotch : the soul of the Scottish Highlands.
Bourgognes des Flandres is the real taste of Bruges. The top-fermented brown ale is blended with spontaneously fermented lambic, which is then matured in oak barrels for 12 months. it is this process that gives the red-brown beer a rich, creamy finish.
Upon his arrival in Antwerp in 1909, John Martin brought with him a unique brewing method for his Pale Ale. A recipe that would charm even the most demanding of connoisseurs: triple hopping, with the addition of genuine hop flowers after fermentation.&
Guinness special version brewed exclusively for John Martin. The taste characteristics are similar to those traditional Irish one, but raised to a higher level that goes especially for the alcohol content of 8%, giving this beer an explosive taste.