At almost 250 years old, Brasserie Dubuisson Frères is one of the oldest and most authentic Belgian Family Brewers. It produces 100% natural beers without artificial additives and is entirely independent. Its Bush Amber is full of sweet caramel and malt tones - and packs a punch at 12% ABV.
Priding itself on the “alliance of modernity and tradition”, this artisanal brewer uses wholly natural brewing methods for top fermented beers. As a result, the Brunehaut Blond and Brunehaut Amber ales are organic, gluten-free and vegan.
Alken-Maes Brewery was founded in 1988 following the merger of Maes and Cristal-Alken, two small Belgian breweries. Try out the refreshing Ciney Blond, or for a sweeter caramel and honey flavour, Ciney Brown is a perfect brown ale option.
This Bruges-based brewery is the last active brewer in the city centre. It’s also the birthplace of the last authentic Bruges tripel, Straffe Hendrik - a golden beer with a sturdy white head, spicy scent and fruity flavours.
The St. Bernardus Brewery in Watou, West Flanders has been brewing dark and blond abbey-style ales since 1946. Made with hops from its own hopfield right next to the brewery, the St. Bernardus White is a great example of a citrusy, thirst-quenching Belgian witbier.
This family business has been brewing beer for five generations in the Groot Begijnhof in Mechelen. Its Gouden Carolus Tripel is not to be missed - in 2010 it won Gold in the European Beer Star and in 2012, it was crowned the World’s Best Belgian-Style Tripel. It’s quite sweet with notes of citrus fruit and coriander.
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