The holidays are coming: the ideal time to enjoy delicious beers! Lucky for you, at Beerwulf, we have put together 3 packs especially for Christmas, perfect to taste with family and friends and look great under the Christmas tree.
In this article, we will tell you about some of our special Christmas beers and give you tips for the best beer tasting with the one of our packs.
It’s the most wonderful time for a beer
Het Uiltje brings you in the Christmas mood with this Christmas beer. It’s a beer brewed with Gruit, a medieval spice mixture used before hops were discovered, which makes Most wonderful time for a beer spicy and warming.
Session Christmas ale
Brouwerij Noordt brews tasteful beers, low in alcohol, and not too crazy. Christmas beer is usually heavy and spicy. But this is not a must, as Noordt shows us with their Session Christmas: a holiday beer that you can drink without being afraid of falling asleep next to the Christmas tree.
Barrel aged Christmas beer
Belgian Christmas beer is often dark and spicy, which you can enjoy quietly. The Roman brewery adds another touch to it with Adriaen Brouwer Winterwood: a Christmas beer matured in whiskey barrels, which gives the beer a soft whiskey taste.
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Our Christmas packs
Another special one from Het Uiltje: a Christmasy Russian Imperial Stout. Brewed with orange peel and coffee beans, it’s the perfect end to a Christmas dinner instead of that old-school coffee. Its roasted tones really match the name: F * ck, the Christmas tree is on fire!
Classic Belgian Christmas beer: sweet, spicy and with notes of caramel. Brewery Boelens brews one, inspired by their honey triple Bieken: Santa Bee, also with honey, but then for Christmas.
Chocolate party beer
Chocolate always does well during Christmas. Chocolate Porter from Meantime is a real treat. Chose it as a companion to your dessert, you’ll be surprised!
Christmas Beer tasting at home
Beer tasting is always a good idea, also for Christmas.
Drink enough water to clean your taste pallet in between beers. Share a maximum of 6 bottles, choose 6 bottles from the pack, in this order. For more suggestions on how to organise the best beer tasting ever, check our dedicated article.
A very Merry Christmas
And a happy new year
Let's hope it's a good one
With many good beers.