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For over 100 years, the Belgians have been enjoying the subtle Pale Ales of master brewer John Martin. A sublime amber colour, a sweet bitterness and a perfect balance make these Belgian beers with English origins a masterpiece of refinement to savour with passion! Whether you are a novice or an enthusiast, let yourself be captivated by the “dry hopping” and these creations from the port of Antwerp that are exported around the world.

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The original Antwerp Pale Ale!

Rediscover Martin’s Pale Ale in Antwerp. It’s back in Antwerp, where it all began in 1909 with the arrival of the young John Martin at the port of Antwerp! 

This is thanks to the partnership between the local and independent brewery Antwerpse Brouw Compagnie (ABC) and the Martin family. Together, they made an old dream (of several decades) a reality: bringing Martin’s beers home to Antwerp. Expertise from ABC and the Martin family was sought. Several test brews were made, the recipes were compared to old documents, test panels were organised, fermentation and hops tests were carried out. During all of this, Anthony’s “beer memory” was used as a compass. 

Martin’s Pale Ale is therefore a complex beer to brew. The sweetness of the beer requires strict fermentation control, while the hops aromas, from English aromatic hops, are obtained by dry hopping. The beer is also characterised by a subtle balance between taste and freshness. 

This quest for perfection, respect for tradition, in combination with the most modern brewing facilities in Antwerp, has finally revived the beer that is now brewed in Antwerp. In addition to Martin’s Pale Ale, its allies, India Pale Ale and New England Pale Ale, also landed in their new home port of Antwerp.

English roots & Belgian know-how!

Découvrir le lambic

Connu dès le XIIIe siècle, le lambic était et est toujours brassé exclusivement dans la vallée de la Senne, plus précisément à Bruxelles et dans les environs.

Cette bière est la seule à avoir le privilège de porter une dénomination contrôlée (par arrêté royal du 20 mai 1965), et doit être brassée selon les normes fixées légalement.

FEATURE: Shy Bird on BP&O

Les brasseurs professionnels partageaient leur savoir avec les particuliers, dont l’installation de brassage se trouvait dans le séjour, avec les paysans, qui affectaient leur main d’œuvre au brassage lorsqu’il y avait moins de travail, et avec les religieux, qui prescrivaient même leur breuvage comme médicament. 

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Martin's India Pale Ale

Martin's India Pale Ale

€1.75

Martin's IPA Glass 33cl

Martin's IPA Glass 33cl

€3.90

Martin's Pale Ale

Martin's Pale Ale

€1.75

Martin’s Pale Ale glass 33cl

Martin’s Pale Ale glass 33cl

€3.90

Pack Martin’s Pale Ale & India Pale Ale

Pack Martin’s Pale Ale & India Pale Ale

€14.90

White IPA
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