Belgian Beer Styles

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A straw-coloured, wheat-based Belgian ale with flavours of citrus and spice.

A pleasantly sour, but balanced, wild Belgian wheat beer with a complex character from spontaneous fermentation.

A moderately strong Belgian golden ale with subtle fruity and spicy yeast character and a malty-sweet flavour.

A gold-coloured Belgian ale with dominant fruit, spice and hop flavours, a grainy, rustic malt character and a very dry finish.

A strong, highly-carbonated Belgian golden ale with significant fruity yeast flavour, hop character and a dry, bitter finish.

A strong, gold-coloured Belgian ale with spicy, fruity, and light alcohol notes, supportive grainy-sweet malt and a dry finish.

A moderately strong, amber-coloured Belgian ale with rich malt flavour, a fruity yeast character and a light alcohol note.

A fruity, pleasantly sour, wild Belgian wheat beer showcasing a blend of fruit flavour and spontaneous fermentation character.

A sour, fruity and red wine-like Belgian mixed fermentation beer with a dry, tannic finish.

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