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  • Brand: Brasserie de la Senne
  • De la Senne Zinnebir

    €1.79
    24

    "Brussels people ale

  • De la Senne Taras Boulba

    €1.79
    13
  • De la Senne Jambe-de-Bois

    €2.06
    54

    Hoppy Tripel

  • De la Senne Bruxellensis

    €2.55
    38

    "4 months bottle refermented with 100% Brussels Brettanomyces yeast.
    Amber colored with copper reflections, very fruity (pineapple and red fruits), sustained by hop flavors and complex notes of old leather. In spite of its 6,5%, its dry and bitter finish makes it a surprising thirst-quencher."

  • De la Senne Brussels Calling

    €2.47

    Belgian IPA. Vintage 2021. "Bitter is Better".

    Out of stock
  • De la Senne Saison de Meyboom

    €2.24
    62

    2021's edition.

  • De la Senne Zenne Pils

    €1.74
    21

    Unfiltered Craft Lager

  • De la Senne Saison van de...

    €2.59
    42

    Saison van de Bruwer is a spelt Saison, dry-hopped and fermented with added Brettanomyces. It is blond, opalescent; its very persistent foam is creamy and fine. Very aromatic and fruity, its nose is reminiscent of pineapple, quince, apricot, and gooseberry. A ‘funky’ touch, typical of Brettanomyces, completes the picture. In the mouth these same flavors are intensified and accompanied by notes of cereals, a floral touch, and a final that evokes lime zests.
    Its attack is mellow, but its finish is dry and bitter — typical character traits of the 1920s Saisons.

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    De la Senne Saison

    €4.29
    74

    Saison blended with lambic from Cantillon and aged in barrels. "An extremely complex but at the same time very refreshing beer. It somehow resembles a hoppy gueuze with a distinct bitterness. Indeed, the Saisons were generously hopped for the well-known keeping properties of hops. Also, they were often dry-hopped, as is the case here. Saison de la Senne has been barrel-aged for three years before bottling. Amber in color, its nose reminds one of Lambic, with notes of fallen apples, wood, leather, and the typical funky character of the Bretts. In the mouth, a soft tartness is present, quickly leading to dryness. The aromas of the nose are completed by those of spelt and rye, quince, green gooseberries and a complex vinous character. The finish is bitter but perfectly in balance."