Tripel Lefort Tripel has its origin in the Brasserie Le Fort, this brewery was founded by Verscheure Feliz, who after his death, inherited his granddaughter, Marguerite Van Damme. Marguerite married the owner Omer Vander Ghinste, both joined their business and decided to create a tribute beer brewery Marguerite's grandfather.
As the name suggests, Pêche Mel' Bush (Pêche Mel Scaldis) is a marriage between Bush Ambrée, perhaps the strongest of Belgian beers, and ripe peach juice. With an ABV of 8.5% the brewery puts in a good claim for having the 'strongest fruit-flavoured beer' in Belgium.
First brewed in 2012 to celebrate Chimay's 150th anniversary, 150 is a strong, blond beer filled with incredible aromas of mint, bergamot, lime and eucalyptus. Its delicate hints of rosemary and clove go perfectly with the subtle floral notes from the Saaz and Hallertau Mittelfrüh hops, enhanced by a touch of invigorating ginger.
Brown Abbey Beer, originally brewed for Christmas, but over the years if has become an institution! With its dark burgandy colour, this frothy beer has a distinctive aromas, blending caramel with fruity notes! The citrus aftertaste takes away the "heaviness" of a tradition brown ale.