Blanche des Honnelles has superstar status among lovers of white beers. The brewers have perfected the combination of barley, wheat and oats to create a beer with a crisp, peppery flavour that people just love. With 6% alcohol content, it’s drinkable almost anytime.
lear red amber beer with a fruity and floral aroma. Its beautiful light red colour is due to the use of hibiscus flower in the brewing. The hibiscus savours give the beer a refreshing touch. The beer contains 6% of alcohol
Royalty, with its spicy secrets and sweet dream aura, reflects in full what this beer is all about.
Exclusive A speciality ale with a deceptive appearance. Indeed it looks like a light beer but it is actually 9% ABV. Made with fine hops from Alsace, they give the beer a delicate fruity and floral aroma. A subtle and heady ale that should be approached with caution.
Exclusive It’s the English malts used in that beer that give such a distinct aftertaste with a slight touch of bitterness, even though it has a very low alcohol level. The use of hops in bloom and 4 other malts add to the complexity of the taste.
Exclusive Keikoppenbier is a blond, top-fermented ale in which three varieties of hops are used. The combination of these hops gives the beer a distinctive hop aroma and provides a good balance with the used malts.
Known for his frank and very bitter taste, XX is made with pale pilsner malts and two hop flowers varieties (Brewers Gold and Hallertau). This was a revolution for dry-hoppig beers and bitter style beers in recent years in Belgium
Overall, Valeir Blonde is a quite classic beer with a cloudy golden colour with off-white foam on top. In terms of aroma, it has the smell of cereal and herbal hops on the side. With a well-balanced taste between bitterness and sweetness, its flavour lasts a long time.
Classic, Brogne Blonde has a summer look with its straw colour and white foam. The nose is fresh and the flavours are dense. In the mouth it is crisp and sharp. A slight acidity is felt when the final bitterness is rather low.
The oldest beer of the brewery (produced since 1785), Saison de Pipaix was used to quench the thirst of farm workers during the summer. It is incredibly diverse with spices, containing ginger, pepper, lichen, sweet orange peels, curacao, and badiam. This ancient gem has hints of sourness with a sharp final note.
This classic Belgian Witbier (wheat beer) won the “Concours International de Montréal” in 1998. Brewed with local hops, lemon and orange zest, the unique freshness of this beer comes as an extra surprise.
If you like malt beers, La Montagnarde is sure to please. It has that sharp, caramel flavour rounded out by a spicy, fruity bouquet. What makes this beer different is the lack of added sugar. It’s naturally sweet in true Abbaye des Rocs style. With 9% alcohol, sit back and relax with this brew
Take a handful of unexpected ingredients, such as coriander, citrus, ginger and curaçao (a liqueur flavored with dried peel of the laraha citrus fruit), mix it together with your everyday beer components, and voilà, you have this white beer !
This crime of passion has 45% wheat malt and nine kinds of hops. Feel the passion fruit and the apricot – they bring an irresistible spiciness.
Exclusive Black beer with 4,5% of alcohol content. This low-alcohol beer is a take on the traditional “English stout”. The labels on the bottles all represent Eddy Pourtois’s four daughters.
Exclusive For this beer, 4 different hop varieties were selected and processed to bring out their aromas and create a perfect balance between a refreshing bitterness and a hoppy flavor.
The name comes from the ancient abbey Guldenberg in Wevelgem, birthplace of one of the brewers at De Ranke. According to data from the «Flandria Illustrata» brewing was part of the monastry’s core activities in the middle ages.
The Brogne Brune is warm and has a brown colour with mahogany highlights. The nose is charming. Caramel and chocolate go together with roasted aromas. This is consistent on the palate with undisguised bitterness.
Not as pungent as the Saison de Pipaix, this beer is more for the social setting. Rather neutral in its taste, since it is less spicy and more sweet, it has a great depth of character with rich aromas. Even though it goes down more easily than Saison de Pipaix, it is best to drink it with moderation, else the label on the bottle might become a reality.
The wort for this beer is, after mashing and boiling, transported to the brewery’s open cooling vessel to cool down and then spontaneously fermented in big oak barrels, giving the beer its refined flavour and aroma. Of course, this is a real Kriek so natural cherry juices are also added.