Belgian Beer Blog & News

Duvel 6,66%: Celebrating 150 years of Duvel Moorgat

Duvel Moortgat is celebrating its 150 year anniversary and what’s a better way than to launch new beer: Duvel 6,66%. The beer upholds the Belgian traditions and brewing heritage as well as the devilish character of the original Duvel. At 6,66%, it is the easier to drink younger sibling of the original Duvel, great forRead more ⟶

A new Belgian abbey beer: Boudelo

The Musketeers Brewery launches it’s own abbey beer, Boudelo referring to the former Boudelo abbey which has a past history of brewing abbey beer. The beer comes in 3 different versions: Blonde, Tripel and Grand Cru, forming the Abbey series. These are the most traditional beers to come from The Musketeers, well known for theRead more ⟶

Belgium launches its own Belgian Beer box

With so many different Belgian beers, even Belgians haven’t tried them all. Flemish Brabant launches its own Belgian beer box so that everyone can try the regionally brewed beers. Appropriately named with the “Beer from here” box, the aim is for people to shop locally and see what their region has to offer. Alongside theRead more ⟶

The end of the Achel Trappist

With the last trappist monk leaving the abbey in Achel, the brewery no longer qualifies for the Authentic Trappist Label. The production of the beer itself isn’t in danger, but attentive fans will notice a slight change in the beer label where the “Authentic Trappist Product” has now been replaced with the coat of armsRead more ⟶

Swiers Ninja Cat & Chicken, the best beer name?

What does a ninja cat and a chicken have in common? Yes, that’s right, absolutely nothing. Except, they are both proudly featured on the latest Belgian beer from De Hete Stoof brewery. This might be the best beer name, we have ever seen, proof us wrong! And it gets even crazier once you start readingRead more ⟶

Brussels Beer Project launches first beer spirit

The corona crisis has left its mark on the Brussels brewers. After all, they suddenly had barrels of beer that could no longer be sold. Instead of just emptying it, four breweries now jointly market the distillate ‘Smells Like Brussels Spirit’. “Smells like Brussels Spirit” is a collaboration between 4 Brussels breweries: Brussels Beer Project,Read more ⟶

St. Bernardus Tokyo: a new Belgian beer in can

St. Bernardus Brewery, well known for the St Bernardus beers, has launched a new beer St. Bernardus Tokyo. The beer sits somewhere in the middle between a Belgian white beer and a saison, what makes it really stand out is that it is the only beer from the brewery that is canned rather than bottled.Read more ⟶

A brand new label for the Achel Trappist beer

When you think of Belgian beers, you think of great tasting and highly rated beers, however, you might also think of the rather old-fashioned beer labels. Achel, one of the 6 trappist breweries noticed this as well and wanted to explore a new label for the trappist beers. The brewery at the Achel Abbey, commonlyRead more ⟶