The absolute top quality in the hierarchy of the st. bernardus beers. it is also the beer with the highest alcohol content (10.50 %). a dark ivory coloured beer with a high fermentation.
In the style of a german maibock, using our proprietary pacman ale yeast. deep honey in color with a malty aroma and a rich hearty flavor.
sweet and fruity, with a nice balance between sweet and sour. an excellent dessert beer.
Duchesse cherry is a blend of 1 and 2 year-old duchesse de bourgogne with local, sour cherries added to the maturing beer. the malt beverage is aged in oak casks, and utilizing whole cherries.
This is a mild brown ale which is easily drinkable. a slight nuttiness and sweetness are present.
A light red abbey beer with a spicy, fruity and herb aroma and a touch of cream and caramel.
A clean natural tasting brew with undertones of fresh raspberries and a wonderful aroma.
Clean and delicate aroma, irish red ale.
Subtle yet familiar flavors of vanilla and oak are imparted to this special ale as it rests in the charred barrels. pleasantly smooth and robust, kentucky bourbon barrel ale may also be served as an
"the end of the world. the excellence of triple fermentation through a blend of special yeasts gives this malt beverage an exquisitely robust flavor of exceptional refinement."
Through the use of oats, marshmallow stuff, and other highly secret ingredients, o.c.p. was born. tasting notes: seriously, it tastes just like an oatmeal crème pie. “you down with o.c.p.?”
Deant by nature, bold in character. always uncompromising. witness bright red to crimson hues: heed the intense, lifted vanilla aromas balanced with riper red to dark berry fruits.
Strawberry, blackberry and raspberry. jam-packed, berry refreshing.
Sour ale aged on cherries.
Nordic honey wine with hibiscus and hops added. based on a recipe from about year 1700.
We classify all of our drinks into four color categories. Light to dark.
The number one reason is craft beer tastes better than the "beer water" that is mass produced and mass marketed by the big beer companies. Craft beer tastes better because craft brewers spend their time focusing the quality of their beer rather than focusing on their marketing campaigns and stock prices.
Oh yeah! Craft beers can pack a punch. Most craft beers range from 5-10% ABV, but some can reach 20%, 30%, and even 40% ABV.