- Lambic - Sour
- Verres - Accessoires
- Blonde - Ambrée
- Cidre, Hydromel, Vin, etc...
Liste des produits par marque Brasserie de la Sambre
"t’s a blend of saison (spring barley, Wallonian Winter barley, spelt), 1 year old lambic and apricots. The fruits come from beautiful Les Mées in Southern France, a location renowned for its terroir. This beautoiful piece of land gave birth to some of the juiciest and most flavorful apricots we have had a chance to try. This beer showcase notes of apricot skin, apricot pith, nectarine, yellow fruits, mellow grain, minerality, lemony, tart, slight woodiness, white flowers, balanced bitterness, slight yeasty funkiest & barnyard notes. An authentic farmhouse beer, Brewed in our 800 years old farm." Rupture de stock
"Ceréjhe is the word used to designate cherries in Wallonian dialect. A delicate blend of saison (spring barley, Wallonian Winter barley, spelt & wheat) fermented with our own strain, 1 year old lambic and cherries. The cherries come from the lovely lands of our friends Sandra and Stephane next to the beautiful Mont Ventoux. The cherries underwent a 7 months long fermentation at cold temperature and were left intact (no pressing) during the entire process to allow the aromas to slowly diffuse into the beer. The maceration was then back blended with the base saison to reach a balance between the saison, the lambic and the cherries. Not meant to be a cherry bomb, we hope that you'll enjoy the delicate notes of these beautiful fruits, coming from an outstanding terroir. An authentic farmhouse beer, Brewed in our 800 years old farm." Rupture de stock
"Poere Di Cwin is the word used to designate quince in Wallonian dialect. A blend of saison (spring barley, Wallonian Winter barley, spelt), 1 year old lambic and Wallonian quince, fermented for 1 year in ex-Meursault barrel. Aside from the rustic notes from the saison yeast and the lambic microflora, the nose is comforting with warm notes of wood, vanilla, cloves as well as a fresh component reminiscent of tea, jasmine, apple, quince and a mineral touch. Taste reflects the nose together with notes of lemon, tangerine curds, pillowy grain backbone and a mellow body. This beer is the culmination of our efforts to bring an elegant beverage from ingredients (quince, winter barley, wild yeast & bacteria) that once were considered too rustic by the public. An authentic farmhouse beer, Brewed in our 800 years old " Rupture de stock
"Socoron (or Socouran) is the name used to designate 6 row winter barley in Wallonian dialect and translates as "Escourgeon" in French. It is one of our traditional saison. It’s brewed with malted and raw local 6 row winter barley. This grain is more challenging to work with and has a much lower yield which explains its rarity in modern beer. However, the challenges it creates are worth facing to get its deep rustic profile with earthy and bready notes. A traditional farmhouse yeast strain combining high attenuation and a complex fermentation profile that displays white spices, lemon, grappes and grassy herbal notes. An authentic farmhouse beer, Brewed in our 800 years old farm." Rupture de stock
"A very special variation of our Soyouz base beer, cold-infused with some fresh Ecuador cacao roasted Frederick Blondeel and Ecuador whole coffee beans from Café Delahaut. Of note, we collected the cacao and coffee beans directly from their production site and infused them within 24h after the roasting process, in order to perfectly preserve their delicate aroma.
The blend creates a beautiful bouquet of chocolate, coffee, nuts, praliné and red fruits. As always, the Soyouz base beer has a marked bitterness that creates some balance and reminds the bitterness of coffee and cocoa. Open between 10-12°C and allow to open and warm up throughout the tasting." Rupture de stock