Lupulus blond: beer with an alcohol proof of 8,5 %, refermented in champagne bottles and in casks. The choice not to filter the beer, as well as not to pasteurize it ensures its taste and aromatic quality. The use of hops in considerable quantities, gives this liquid gold a freshness and an incomparable bouquet.
Lupulus dark: beer with an alcohol proof of 8,5 %, refermented in champagne bottles. The beer is very attenuated, so not difficult to drink because it’s not heavy. The coloring is due to some candy sugar. At the end of boiling, a small quantity of orange peels is added.
Lupulus Organicus: blond bier with an alcohol proof of 8.5 % and only made of organic ingredients.
Brewery « Les 3 Fourquets »: Courtil 50, B-6671 Bovigny
Saint-Monon amber: Amber-red, topped with a fine persistent mousse. The effervescence on the tongue releasing good flavors of caramel malt and hops. The lack of sweetness strengthens his apéritives. Its after-taste is dry and bitter, with the presence of fruit tannin and alcohol discrets ( Water source; Pilsen malt, amber, caramel, 2 kinds of hops that the Brewers Gold, sugar and yeast – alc. 6,5% vol.).
Saint-Monon brown: Good balance between bitterness and tenderness. Deep malt taste chocolate. Blend very long finish of dried fruit flavors and soft, however, offset by a discreet but pervasive bitterness (alc. 7,5% vol.).
Saint-Monon Honey: Good balance of sweetness is well supported by soft bitterness of hops. Note the specific flavor provided by honey (Water source, blades and amber malts, aromatic hops, yeast and honey – alc. 8% vol.).
Brewery Saint-Monon: Rue principale 41, B-6953 Ambly (Nassogne)
CHOUFFE Soleil is a blonde special beer, delicately fruity and deliciously refreshing. The ideal beverage to celebrate the arrival of the fine weather. CHOUFFE Soleil is an unfiltered beer which is refermented both in the bottle and in barrels. (alc. 6% vol.)
CHOUFFE is an unfiltered blond beer which is refermented both in the bottle and in barrels. It is pleasantly fruity, spiced with coriander and tinged with hops. (alc. 8% vol.)
Mc CHOUFFE is an unfiltered brown beer which is refermented both in the bottle and in barrels. Its fruity bouquet conceals a hint of bitterness. (alc. 8% vol.)
HOUBLON CHOUFFE was brewed for the first time in 2006. It is an Indian Pale Ale, characterised by a harmonious balance between a pleasant fruitiness and pronounced bitterness by using three types of hops. HOUBLON CHOUFFE is an unfiltered beer which is refermented both in the bottle and in barrels. (alc. 9% vol.)
N’Ice CHOUFFE is a strong, brown beer that will warm you in the depths of winter. Spicy (thyme and curaçao) and tinged with hops, this is a very balanced beer. N’Ice CHOUFFE is an unfiltered beer which is refermented in the bottle and in barrels. (alc. 10% vol.)
Lienne: high fermentation beer and fermented in the bottle, it is brewed following the tradition from two very lightly torrefied clear malts. The Lienne is made of three varieties of hops ; they bring its typical bitterness but also more subtle aromatic notes of citrus (alc. 7% vol.).
Lienne Dark: Creamy on the palate and warm as a good fire after a walk in the forest, this beautiful dark beer gets its slightly torrefied taste, soft bitterness and color from 4 malts and 2 hops (alc. 8% vol.).
Brewery de la Lienne: Reharmont 7, B-4990 Lierneux
The Godefroy is brewed following the ancient tradition with first choice malts and hops. Slowly matured in vats, it completes its maturation inside the bottle. It has a delicate aroma, making it a legendary beer.
Ginger ale:alc. 6,2% vol.
Blond beer:alc. 6,8% vol.
Brewery Grand Enclos: Les Minières 2, B-6832 Sensenruth (Bouillon)
Beer of type “special”, its volume of alcohol is 8,3%. It is a high fermentation beer. This type of fermentation comes from the fact that the yeast, once the glucose exhausted, rises to the surface of the beer during three to five days. The so-produced beer can be kept less longer than the low fermentation ones. High fermentation provides high alcohol content as well as complex and elaborate aromas. It gives dense beers, tasty and long in the mouth that are generally not charged with carbon dioxide.
Brewery Detrembleur SPRL: Rue de la Grotte 5, B-6690 Vielsam
Troubled blond bier, abundant creamy white foam. slightly hoppy nose, floral and spicy scents. Medium bitter taste with moderately dry flavors on the palate, light effervescence with citrus wedges and green malt with a medium astringency on the finish. Beer with 6,1% alc. vol.. brewed by the brewery Gengoulf in Villers-devant-Orval.
Brewery GenGoulf: Rue des Hawys 24, B-6823 Villers-devant-Orval
The blond Corne: the beer “La Corne du Bois des Pendus” is a beer brewed with Pilsen malt and wheat. This gives a sunny color, a good abundant foam, creamy with an an unusually long holding. The two selected hop varieties give a beer with a high bitterness, nay powerful. Aromas of citrus and rose are also present. It is both sweet and refreshing (alc. 5,9% vol.).
The triple Corne: This is a great beer for tasting with a blond copper color. The triple 10 will take you in a flower field. Very fragrant, easy to drink, it’s a really nice beer to discover; Without added sugar or spices, it will surprise you (alc. 10% vol.).
Brewery des Légendes: Rue du Castel 19, B-7801 Irchonwelz Brewery: Rue St martin 42, B-6860 Ebly (under construction)
Oster Blond: beer with copper highlights, containing 3 types of barley malt that give it a cereal taste, a touch of cardamom brings freshness, bitterness is pleasantly present in the aftertaste (alc. 7,2% vol.).
DARK Oster: dark beer brewed with 6 kinds of barley malt, coffee and cocoa notes, making it rich and full in the mouth. Cold hoppy, hop aromas exalt a creamy foam (alc. 8% vol.).
Brasserie d’Oster: Rue de la Clisore 1, B-6960 Oster (Manhay)
The Fumette: The best malt smoked on wood comes from Germany, we use it in with 5 other malts and 4 hops to get a pronounced but mostly balanced smoky note but. A perfect beer with sauerkraut or a deli meal (alc. 6,5% vol.)!
The Douce Vertus: The only beer whose recipe is enriched each year through its version “Christmas” we kept only the best from evolving touches so that our Douce remains round and voluptuous. This technic was rewarded in late May 2012 and got the title of “Best Belgian Beer of Wallonia”. Made of 4 malts and 4 hops, the aroma we keep is primarily malted. A torrefied taste associated with smoke flavor. A slight hopping but well present thanks to his American hops (alc. 7% vol.)!
The Poivrote: Don’t be afraid, it won’t bite you, we can work the peppers either by clearing the spicy, or by exploding the aromas. We have a very aromatic beer, sweet and powerful at the same time, a perfect balance of the hoppy and peppery aromas (alc. 7% vol.).
The Papesse: powerful and alcoholized dark beer. Fans of the genre will be thrilled. Very long and rough on the palate, taste grows to infinity (alc. 10% vol.).
Brasserie Artisanale Millevertus: Chemin de l’Eau Vive 3, B-6730 Breuvanne
The Grognarde: Hardly served it develops in the glass a powerful aroma of grassy hops. The pronounced bitterness is its main feature. The use of noble hops, Saaz, gives a little aggressive bitterness. The beer is dry on the palate, if served fresh it is very refreshing (alc. 5,5% vol.).
Mistinguett: alliance between English and German hops, it gives off a subtle nose, cool and well hopped. Its delicate blond-gold robe reveals his simple and sober character. On the palate, this dry yet round beer allows a balanced taste which makes it very accessible. Fresh served within a tulip glass, it quenches and blurts neck the best of its fragrance (alc. 6,5% vol.).
Lily Blue: The bright coppery brown of her dress is the preamble to a world of sweetness and roundness. The malty nose, slightly fruity, perfectly matches a taste oriented towards flavors of “caramel”. Supported at all levels, it is very balanced. A very slight hint of roasting however surprises us in the finish. First beer produced by the brewery, its roundness reminds us pleasure and invites us to spend a single moment of tasting (alc. 7,5% vol.).
The Prime: Its dress has a very bright red color. Light and roasted in the mouth, it mixes the subtlety of hops and sparse and subtle hints of roasting, caramel, with a hint of acidity. Alcohol remains discreet on the palate so that flourish all the character of this complex beer. It is intended for the winter and the end of year celebrations and is therefore only produced from October (alc. 8,5% vol.).
Gypsy Rose: made for beer tasting, its appearance misleads us. Its very fine Alsatian hops impart a delicate bouquet, fruity and floral. Roundness conferred malt makes it very sweet and mask its high alcohol content that warms the throat without disturbing the senses. It is noble, subtle and intoxicating, so to enjoy with caution (alc. 9% vol.).
Brasserie Sainte-Hélène SPRL: Rue d’Arlon 17A, B-6820 Florenville
La Rulles – Estivale: beer with a lot of personality. This beer showcases the flavors of aromatic hops in all their glory. Vegetal nose (grassy, black currant). Easy to drink and extremely refreshing, with hints of grapefruit and a long finish (alc. 5,2% vol.).
La Rulles – Saison XIII: Our latest creation. Saison XIII breaks the rules at Rulles, as the brewery is known for a distinctive and balanced bitterness. Greg wanted to go for a more malt-driven taste, keeping a dry (not sweet at all) finish and a low alcohol level. A session beer you can drink by full buckets (alc. 5,3% vol.)!
La Rulles – Brune: Brown beer with reddish reflects. Creamy head, roasted nose, round and soft mouthfeel. This is our take on a Stout, tastes more like a cappuccino than a strong coffee. Hops ensure a refreshing aftertaste (alc. 6,5% vol.).
La Rulles – Blonde: Got to be careful with this one… Blonde tastes easy on any occasion, still you keep on discovering new things in this beer at every sip. Rich, complex, pretty malty (bakery), roundness is counterbalanced with a good bitterness that calls for the next glass… or bottle (alc. 7% vol.).
La Rulles – Triple: Beautiful coppery appearance. Warm en rich mouthfeel, finishing with a slight bitterness. Full-flavored, with a spicy lingering impression. Quite dangerously easy-drinking Triple… (alc. 8,4% vol.).
Brasserie Artisanale de Rulles SPRL: Rue Maurice Grévisse 36, B-6724 Rulles (Habay)