The Beers

Past, present & future line up
Please note: once a beer is sold out, it is uncertain when (or even if) we'll brew it again.

Missed out? Want to restock on an old favourite? Drop us a line and maybe we'll brew it again.

Present & Upcoming

A word on our colour code, in case anyone's wondering. Our beers come with matching caps and poppies, and the colour is indicative of the beer inside the bottle.

Red caps indicate hops. Everything from IPAs to hoppy farmhouse ales will feature a red poppy. Oh and occasionally, not-quite-so-hoppy blond-ish beers get a red cap too.

Blue caps indicate black and/or malty beers. Porters and stouts will typically feature blues poppies.

Green caps and poppies indicate regional styles such as scotch, Berliner weisse, gose and whatnot.

Yellow poppies adorn the labels of our seasonal and festive brews. Spiced winter ales, märzens, anniversary brews, they'll all be capped in yellow.

If for some reason a beer isn't categorised as any of the above, it'll get its own colour. 

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                Charlie the Master Brewer's



Next time someone tells tall tales about sending their master brewer on a globetrotting search for the world's most exclusive hops, question his expenses.

Especially if he comes back with Cascade.
Not that there's anything wrong with Belgian Cascade, as this juicy, easy-going, easy-drinking IPA can assert.

Grist: pale, crystal 20, crystal 50, sugar

Hops: Cascade and nothing but Cascade

Yeast: MJ36 Liberty Bell 

ABV: 7%

IBU: 30



Combining our love for rustic, unconventional beer styles and smoked beers, here's our take on a farmhouse ale style from the Swedish island of Gotland. Smoked barley malt and juniper berries make up the main profile, resulting in a rich, meaty and dangerously drinkable beer. Garden barbecue party in a glass!

Grist: Barley malt, Bamberger beech smoked barley malt, rye malt

Hops: Kazbek

Yeast: MJ29 - French Saiso

ABV: 9%

IBU: 20

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We brewed a stronger version of classic saison and aged/soured it for 6 months on bourbon barrels which previously housed our sour Vanishin Twin. The result is a luscious sour beer, with plenty of complex acids and tannins. 

Grist: Vienna, wheat, crystal 20

Hops: Enigma and Simcoe

Yeast: trusty old MJ29 French saison

ABV: 8.6%

IBU: 22

IS THIS THE LIFE we really want?


An attempt to marry the esters the define a tripel, with the phenolics so typical of saisons.

An easy-drinking, flavourful mix of both styles.

Grist: Vienna, wheat flakes, red crystal

Hops: Columbus, Amarillo, Simcoe

Yeast: MJ29 - French Saison / MJ31 - Belgian Tripel

ABV: 6.7%

IBU: 30

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We turned of our two beers into a special creation: an aquavit of 40%, intended to highlight the flavours of the beer-as-it-once-was, in the spirit-that-now-is.


  • Source: single hopped TIPA with locally grown Cascade
  • Flavours: floral, fruity and elegantly aromatic
  • To be enjoyed as an alternative for the G in your G&T, or as  a base for light alcoholic cordial, or simply straight.


  • Source: spiced imperial brown
  • Flavours: smooth notes of chocolate and vanilla, with a hint of nuts
  • To be enjoyed as an altenative for rum in spiced cocktails, as a basis for a twist on carajillo, or simply straight

Soon! Pinky promise!

Time & barrels! 
New barrels have arrived, and they're beign filled as we type this. All that remains is to wait until the beers have matured....

A return of old favourites

Some brews were so much fun we'd like to do them again.
And so we shall...

and more... be revealed at an opportune time.

Sold out / discontinued

Drop us a line if you'd like us to brew any of these again!

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Inspired by historic 17th century porters, which were aged extensively in huge wooden vats, this beer focuses more on the effects of wood, and the residual peat flavours of the Caol Ila previously residing in the barrel, than on the roast/chocolate flavours expected in contemporary porters 

Grist: Vienna, rye malt, aroma 350, black malt, roast barley

Hops: Warrior, Comet, Centennial

Yeast: MJ 44 West Coast

ABV: 8.3%

IBU: 50



Another collab with the ever-affable Dr.Beer, containing over 60% of wheat, this beer is basically a barley wine, only focusing on wheat instead of barley. Duh. 

Grist: Wheat malt, wheat flakes, Vienna malt, red crystal

Hops: Kazbek

Yeast: Safale WB06

ABV: 8.8%

IBU: 25

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BUT SOON BACK since it's our flagship brew

Born from a nostalgic longing for the days when IPAs weren't all hazy tropical fruit bombs, Yesterday's Favourite pays homage to those old school hops that made the style great, but are now sadly passed over in favour of the hipsters of today.

Last year's edition was a modest double IPA, showcasing Centennial in all its floral, earthy glory, and we decided to rebrew it, just for you. With a promise that there''ll always be Yesterday's Favourite, in some incarnation or other.

Malts: Pale, Cara-Red, Cara-Hell, cane sugar

Hops: Cashmere, Mosaic, HBC-743, more Mosaic and Quadruple dryhopped with Monroe no seriously just Centennial. Duh.

Yeast: MJ 36 Liberty Bell

ABV: 7%

IBU: 30

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We brewed beer during the latest Belgian election day. Perhaps we saw what was coming before it did, because we brewed a black beer.
This coffee porter is low on carbonation, emulating fresh cold-brew coffee.

Willingly different, in hopes that normalcy remain forever facultative.

Don't let the bastards grind you down.

Malts: Dark Munich, wheat malt, black, café light, aroma, brown, chocolate malt

Hops: Simcoe

Yeast: MJ 36 Liberty bell

ABV: 5.4%

IBU: 30


A collab with the affable DrBeer.
This saison / Belgian IPA - ish beer was hopped with Polaris, a distinctive Hallerthau variant with minty/herbal note.

Malts: Pils, Wheat

Hops: All Polaris

Yeast: MJ29 - French Saison

ABV: 5.8%

IBU: 35

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Here's a big barley wine to celebrate the onset of autumn. An ode to the spirit of brotherhood and interhuman connectivity, this beer focuses on a big malty body, underlined by a subtle dose of rum-macerated dates.
Brother to brother, sister to sister. We're all in this together.

Malts: Dark Munich, wheat malt, Cara-amber

Hops: All Simcoe

Yeast: Good ol' US-05

ABV: 11.2%

IBU: 40


We're probably the second Belgian craft brewery to do a collaboration with a colleague from China. Proud? Yeah. Excited? Hell yeah!
Together with   Bubble Lab , we brewed a small batch of Wee Heavy Scotch ale and matured it for 6 weeks on a Caol Ila barrel. 

Fair warning: for peat lovers. Serve at room temperature and allow a few minutes to breathe.

Malts: Munich, Melany, Cara-Red, Honey Biscuit

Hops: good ol' EKG

Yeast: WLP002 Edinburgh

ABV: 8%

IBU: 30

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Everyone seems to be brewing the same IPA these days. Sure, we love those hazy Mosaic bombs like the rest of you, but we're always more thrilled when an IPA tries to make a difference, in spite of trends and common sense.
Together with Malcroys, we brewed a DDH DIPA, solo-hopped with that quintessential Kiwi-hops: Nelson Sauvin. The result is a juicy IPA with a firm body and plenty of elusive berry-like flavours. 

Malts: Pale, cara-amber

Hops: Nelson Sauvin baby!

Yeast: WLP-001

ABV: 7.6 %

IBU: 35


Saison is such a wonderful style to brew. Endless opportunities to add stuff to beer that, well, frankly, don't seem to belong in beer.

Take peppercorns. Specificially, peppers of the Zanthoxylum genus, which is mostly known for the Szichuan peppercorns. Apart from a wonderful range of flavours, these spices don't add heat to dish (beer in this case), but rather a wonderfully weird tingling sensation on the tongue. We added Andaliman and Ma Khaen varieties, for a complex citrussy flavour.
Pairing that, we added Persian amani limes, which are cooked and brine and then dried in the sun.

We brewed this beer together with Gistgeest, in the spirit of controlled insanity.

Malts: Pilsner, wheat malt, spelt malt, Flaked oats.

Hops: Centennial, Ekuanot, Citra, Hallerthau blanc

Yeast: Mangrove Jack M29 -  French Saison (did we mention we love this yeast?)

ABV: 6.9%

IBU:  40 .

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Summertime is gose-time. Here's an easy drinking example: mildly sour, with a dash of salt coming from the fermented Moroccan lemons we added in the lager tank.

Malts: Pilsner, wheat malt, sauermalt

Hops: Kazbek but just a little

Yeast: MJ 29 French Saison

ABV: 5.3%

IBU: 8


Born from a nostalgic longing for the days when IPAs weren't all hazy tropical fruit bombs, Yesterday's Favourite pays homage to those old school hops that made the style great, but are now sadly passed over in favour of the hipsters of today.

This year's edition is a modest double IPA, showcasing Centennial in all its floral, earthy glory.

Malts: Pale, Cara-Red, Cara-Hell, cane sugar

Hops: Cashmere, HBC-743, Mosaic and Monroe no seriously just Centennial. Duh.

Yeast: MJ 36 Liberty Bell

ABV: 7%

IBU: 30

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CUL DE CHIEN(sold out)

A throwback to ye goode olde dayes of home brewing, this is a spiced saison to which we added home made medlar syrup. Medlars, the only fruit intentionally eaten only when it's started to rot, were kindly provided by a friendly couple (you know who you are), and the beer will have a cross-atlantic spiritual twin, as Cervejaria Lobos (Brazil) will be brewing virtually the same beer, using local misperas.

Malts: Pils, Vienna, Wheat

Hops: Citra

Yeast: MJ 42 French Saison

ABV: 6.3%

IBU: 33

Contains medlars, kaffir lime, fresh black pepper berries and dried citrus zests.


Urbain, the head brewer at Struise Brouwers, has been instrumental in the conceptualisation of Tall Poppy. Last year, cancer took his daughter Laurence, and the Beer Geek community rose up in support. This beer was prompted by an online charity auction, which saw two beer geek ladies strop up their sleeves to brew a big bold imperial stout, which was aged for three months on a Caol Ila.

Malts: Pale, Munich, Wheat, Cara-aroma, Flaked Oats, Chocolate, Black, Roast Barley, Brown

Hops: Sorachi Ace

Yeast: US05

ABV: 10.8%

IBU: 63

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READY TO JUMP(sold out)

Brewed for and with the amiable crew hosting the annual FortVisions festival in Edegem. Here's a sunny and quenching saison, lightly spiced with rosemary and blood oranges. Spring never tasted so arousing.

 Malts: Pils, Wheat malt

Hops: Kazbek, Citra

Yeast: MJ 29 French Saison

ABV: 6.2%

IBU: 25

(sold out)RIDDLE ME THIS

The annual MEUG festival kicks off the start of spring, and this year, the Meug team asked us to brew a special beer for the festival. We settled on a sunny saison, generously hopped with Sorachi Ace. 

  Malts:  Pils, Vienna, Cara-Red, Wheat

Hops: Sorachi Ace

Yeast: MJ 42 French Saison

ABV: 6.2%

IBU: 27

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Assertively hopped with Mandarina Bavaria, this beer combines the sunny effulgence of clementines with the bitter punch of citrus zest.

Malts: Pils, Pale, Wheat, Cara-Amber, Flaked Oats

Hops: Mandarina Bavaria, Vic Secret, Azacca, Enigma

Yeast: WLP001

ABV: 6%

IBU: 43


Our very first imperial stout saw only a limited naked release as only a few kegs got filled. The rest got to snooze in an Auchroisk barrel for four months, to be released as an autumn special.

Malts: Vienna, Munich, malted oats, caramel malts, chocolate malt, black malt, aroma malt,

Hops: Sorachi Ace, EKG

Yeast: plain old US-05

ABV: 10 %

IBU: 50

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DOPEFISH (sold out)

An amber farmhouse ale with Vic Secret and Azacca hops from Australia.

Malts: Pale, oat malt, Cara gold, Cara Arôme, black

Hops: Citra, Vic Secret, Azacca

Yeast: Mangrove Jack M29 - French Saison 

ABV: 5.4%

IBU: 24

SUB DAWG 2018 (sold out)  

Every year, our hops supplier  runs a contest. The goal is to brew an IPA to showcase a variety of underdog hops, which for some reason or other tends to get overlooked in favour of the usual major leaguers. 
This year's underdog is Mandarina Bavaria, which we've paired with a bit of Azacca to enhance its fruity tangerine flavours. 

We'll keep doing underdog IPAs, which makes Sub Dawg our first millésime.


Malts: Pale, Munich, Vienna, Cara 20, Cara 50

Hops: Mandarina Bavaria, Azacca

Yeast: plain old US-05

ABV: 6%

IBU: 50

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Session IPAs are fun: low-ABV but high in flavour. This one comes with a little twist, as we've added a bit of roasted wheat malt for a more interesting malty backbone.

Malts: Vienna, Munich, Cara20, roasted wheat malt

Hops: Simcoe, Amarillo, Vic Secret, Citra

Yeast: plain old US-05

ABV: 4.5%

IBU: 30

(in stark violation of) THE HAYS CODE(sold out)

Black IPA makes no sense.
India Porter isn't even an official style.
Cascadian Dark Ale sounds like you're just being difficult.
A poppy by any other name and all that, here's a beer that amalgmates the full roasty body of a porter with the hoppiness of an IPA.

Malts: Vienna, black, cara-aroma, rye malt

Hops: Simcoe, Amarillo

Yeast: plain old US-05

ABV: 6.6 %

IBU: 30

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BA - PLANKTON (sold out)

Our first Barrel Aged beer is a smooth quadrupel style ale, aged for three months on Auchroisk barrels. 

Malts: Pale, Munich, Wheat malt, café light and black malt

Hops: Warrior

Yeast: WLP-500 Chimay

ABV: 10 %

IBU: 20

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TRUE NORTH (sold out)

A hoppy saison-ish brew, focusing on yeast and hops without going all-out on either.

Malts: Pils, malted wheat

Hops: Kazbek, Mandarina Bavaria, Citra & Amarillo

Yeast: Wyeast 3711 - French Saison

ABV: 6.7%

IBU: 20


A brown porter, infused with cocoa nibs and cocoa powder.

Malts: Pale, Café light, chocolate, Cara gold, brown, black

Hops: Warrior, Vic Secret, Enigma

Yeast: Mangrove Jack M15 - Empire Ale

ABV: 5.5%

IBU: 45

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Our first collab brew, together with De Verhuisbrouwerij.
A festive brew with spices, to celebrate the coming of Sinterklaas.

Malts: Pale, Munich, Café light, chocolate, Cara gold, smoked

Hops: Warrior, East Kent Golding

Yeast: Danstar Nottingham

ABV: 7.8%

IBU: 45

THROUGH BREW  (sold out)

A wee heavy scotch ale, lightly infused with Glen Moray whisky and bourbon.

Malts: Pale, roasted barley

Hops: EKG

Yeast: Wyeast 1728 - Edinburgh

ABV: 8.2%

IBU: 10

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Did we mention we like hops?
Here's an IPA, hopped with Enigma and Amarillo hops.

A bit more timid than most contemporary IPAs, this one is accessible and friendly: a training-wheels IPA.

Malts: Pale, Vienna, Cara 50, flaked barley

Hops: Amarillo, Enigma

Yeast: plain old US-05

ABV: 6%

IBU: 40

CROWS EAT SORROW (sold out) 

We brewed a porter again. This time we went for a simple, accessible, but sturdy brew, clocking it at 8% abv, single-hopped with Simcoe.

Malts: Vienna, Munich, smoked, Chocolate, Debittered black, Café Light, Cara 50, Aroma

Hops: Simcoe

Yeast: Nottingham

ABV: 8%

IBU: 35

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Ah. Good ol' Citra. Gone are the days when every brewer put out an all-Citra IPA to voice their love for this outstanding hops. 
Here's our little ode to Citra, and to all our faded yesterdays.

Malts: Pale, Vienna, Cara 20

Hops: Citra

Yeast: WLP001 - California Ale

ABV: 6%

IBU: 55

SO IT GOES  (sold out)

Gose is an obscure beer style, originating in the area of around Leipzig and Goslar (GE). Typical for these slightly sour beers is the addition of coriander and salt. The result is deliciously quenching brew, which we've dry-hopped with Vic Secret for extra yumminess.

Collab with our friends from 

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Malts: Pale, wheat malt, acid malt

Hops: Citra, Vic Secret

Yeast: Plain old US05

ABV: 4.2%

IBU: 10

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