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 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.
At the approach of the holiday season, the Brogne Christmas Special is always welcome after a meal. Its amber coloured and fluffy foam invite you to taste it. The aromas remind us of fruits, spices and fresh bread. On the palate, alcohol is quite present with residual sugar and caramel.
Easily accessible, the Spéciale Belge shows orange tones that overlook a dense and persistent beige foam. The aroma suggests cereal notes and a certain sweetness. When tasted, the malt is very light, the hops are discreet and the bitterness is moderated.