Belgian Beer Box January – “Dry January”


2020 is over, time to celebrate with a tasty Belgian beer. We have selected 12 Belgian beers for you to try this January. Just stick to 1 a day maximum and we’ll call it dry January.

Limited to 20 boxes.

Out of stock


This month’s Belgian beer box includes the following 12 Belgian beers:

Orval, our featured trappist beer this month, as described by Beer sommelier Jane Peyton it’s a unique beer that you can’t compare with any others.

Rodenbach Grand Cru, an exceptional Flemish Red-brown beer that owes its fresh sour taste and complex fruitiness to its 18 months maturation in oak casks.

St-Feuillien Grand Cru, an extra blond degustation beer, refermented in the bottle for a powerful character, a clean hop touch and subtle fermentation aromas. The beer is particularly distinguished by the absence of herbs.

Bosteels Kwak, this beer might not even need an introduction, with it’s unique history and unique glass it stands out in the crowd.

Brugse Zot Dubbel, a dark brown beer. Brewed with six specialty malts, the beer has a unique and rich aroma that reveals the scent of honey, almonds, chocolate and even brown sugar.

Troubadour Obscura, a dark brown beer that is quite dark! This beer has a strong aroma of malt mixed with chocolate, coffee, vanilla.

Huyghe Averbode, this beer is the collaboration between the Huyghe brewery and the Averbode Abbey, dry hopped with a strong 7.5%.

Kwaremont Blond, a powerful blond beer. Aromas of tropical fruit and a spicy aftertaste. The beer has the same name as the famous Oude Kwaremont mountain in the Flemish Ardennes, a cycling classic.

Kazematten Grotten Santé, the fermentation for this beer takes place in marl caves, what effect does the low temperature have on the taste of the beers. This amber beer is something truly unique.

Bush Pêche Mel, fruit beers are generally associated with lower alcohol percentages, you’ve got to try this strong 8.5% peach beer.

Hoegaarden White, the Original Belgian Wheat Beer, first brewed almost 600 years ago in the Belgian village of Hoegaarden. A beer with a refreshing flavour and captivating aroma with citrus and coriander notes.

De Ranke XX Bitter, a bitter top-fermented beer, with it’s 6% ABV it produces a rich, full-bodied hoppy taste that lingers for a long time.


  1. John B

    The January beers are wonderful and only 2 left. I look forward to seering your next selections and hope to make another purchase soon.

  2. Kiaran M

    Enjoying the January beers so far and will hopefully order some more soon.

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