The Belgian Invasion

20 NOVEMBER 2021 – 12 Noon to 10pm

The Belgians are coming to take over our taps! Seven Belgian beers on draught in the middle of November… Colwyn Bay will never be the same again!





  • * While stocks last
  • ** Cheapest of the five bottles is free
  • *** To be drawn on Monday 22 November
  • Belgian / Trappist

  • BELGIAN: Abbaye d'Orval - Orval (6.2%)

    BELGIAN: Abbaye d’Orval – Orval (6.2%)


    Very dry, herby beer which is ideal as an aperitif and characterised by a bouquet of fresh hops, with a fruity note and pronounced bitterness. As with other Trappist beers, the flavours will change depending upon the age of the beer and the temperature it is served at

  • BELGIAN: Abbaye de Rochefort - Rochefort 10 (11.3%)

    BELGIAN: Abbaye de Rochefort – Rochefort 10 (11.3%)


    The benchmark for Belgian dark beers, and often cited as the best beer in the world! Rich, fruity, dark caramelly nutty beer, great with dark fruit cake or chocolate. 

  • BELGIAN: Abbaye de Rochefort - Triple Extra (8.1%)

    BELGIAN: Abbaye de Rochefort – Triple Extra (8.1%)


    Well known for their dark 6, 8 and 10 beers, the monks of Rochefort have released their first new beer since the 1950s. Triple Extra stands out with its golden blonde colour, citrus notes and spicy scent. This subtle blend of tradition and know-how will make you discover a refreshing beer that will delight the palate of beer lovers

  • BELGIAN: Barbar Bok (8.5%)

    BELGIAN: Barbar Bok (8.5%)


    Dark Belgian beer with Yucatan honey. In the brewery they maintain that the Barbãr does not taste of honey but when accompanied by a dish with added honey, the dish tastes of Barbãr.

  • BELGIAN: Boon - Frambois (5%)

    BELGIAN: Boon – Frambois (5%)


    More than 300 grams per liter of fresh raspberries give Framboise Boon a fresh fruity taste. The young lambic supports the flavor. But this is very much about raspberries, not the lambic.

  • BELGIAN: Boon - Geuze Mariage Parfait (8%)

    BELGIAN: Boon – Geuze Mariage Parfait (8%)


    95% mild Lambic, aged for at least three years and specially reserved for this purpose, and blended with 5% young Lambic. The soft, mildly sour berry taste harmonises with the oak barrels’ aromas in which the beer has ripened. The body speaks of vanilla followed by a bitter aftertaste of cloves that becomes increasingly intense. Sublime.

  • BELGIAN: Bosteels - Kwak (8.4%)

    BELGIAN: Bosteels – Kwak (8.4%)


    A cloudy reddish beer with minimal white head. Aroma is of red apples, spices and alcohol. Taste is great, but slightly bitter with considerable carbonation and some astringency. Strong malt character with rich aftertaste.

  • BELGIAN: Brasserie d'Achouffe - Cherry Chouffe (8%)

    BELGIAN: Brasserie d’Achouffe – Cherry Chouffe (8%)


    This is the latest addition to the Achouffe Brewery… The aroma of Cherry CHOUFFE gives pride of place to cherries. It also reveals notes of strawberry, almond, spices and sweet Port. Round-bodied, soft and delicate, Cherry CHOUFFE delights the gourmands among us. It has a satisfying finish, with a very slight bitterness.

  • BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe - Delirium Nocturnum (8.5%)

    BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe – Delirium Nocturnum (8.5%)


    A warm velvety soft character beer with a strong taste and long lasting bitter aftertaste – Delirium Nocturnum is the sister Belgian ale to Delirium Tremens. It is a Belgian ale that is strong, complex, with lots of flavour and character

  • BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe - Delirium Tremens (8.5%)

    BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe – Delirium Tremens (8.5%)


    The classic strong blonde – now in 500ml cans! With a particular character, the unique taste of results from the use of three different kinds of yeast. The result is a finish of peppery bitterness without aggression. 

  • BELGIAN: Bush - Peche Mel (8.5%)

    BELGIAN: Bush – Peche Mel (8.5%)


    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.

  • BELGIAN: Chimay 150 (10%)

    BELGIAN: Chimay 150 (10%)


    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. 

  • BELGIAN: De Dolle - Dulle Teve (10%)

    BELGIAN: De Dolle – Dulle Teve (10%)


    Brewed in the tradition of a Belgian Triple. Its high density stems from large amounts of pale malt increased with pale candi sugar in the brew kettle. Unfiltered, unpasteurized, bottle-conditioned.

  • BELGIAN: De La Senne - Saison Du Mayboom (5.5%)

    BELGIAN: De La Senne – Saison Du Mayboom (5.5%)


    Summer beer par excellence, light and refreshing, it features rustic cereals (spelt, rye, and wheat) and ancient varieties of aromatic hops in dry-hopping.

  • BELGIAN: Dubuisson - Bush Caractère (12%)

    BELGIAN: Dubuisson – Bush Caractère (12%)


    The pronounced bitter-sweet taste of this beer, its gentle taste structure and characteristic amber colour are all due to the caramel malts used and the expertise and patience of the master brewer (the beer rests for four to six weeks). The high density – the proportion of malt – and the active house yeast make for one of the strongest Belgian beers, with an alcohol volume of 12%.

  • BELGIAN: Dupont - Saison Dupont Dry Hopping (6.5%)

    BELGIAN: Dupont – Saison Dupont Dry Hopping (6.5%)


    Aged for a year then dry hopped this fine beer will last you right through the year it even ages pretty well too. Starts our dry and tangy with hints of grapefruit and elderflower. It then gets pretty funky as the saison yeast kicks in and then the hops come back to give you a fruity dry finish.

  • BELGIAN: Halve Maan - Brugse Bok (6.5%)

    BELGIAN: Halve Maan – Brugse Bok (6.5%)


    Brugse Bok finds its origin in the German and Dutch tradtions of the seasonal bock beers. The beer has a hazy brown colour and a sturdy foam collar. The aroma can be described as spicy and fruity. A slight bitterness is typical for the pallet of this beer, yet tastes of caramel and raisins can also be discovered.

  • BELGIAN: Halve Maan - Brugse Zot Blond (6%)

    BELGIAN: Halve Maan – Brugse Zot Blond (6%)


    Medium bodied and well rounded, malty-hoppy, blond speciality.

  • BELGIAN: Hercule Stout (9%)

    BELGIAN: Hercule Stout (9%)


    The only distinctively Belgian stout. Very malty, but dry, with a hint of sweetness in the finish

  • BELGIAN: Het Anker - Gouden Carolus Classic (8.5%)

    BELGIAN: Het Anker – Gouden Carolus Classic (8.5%)


    Dark and very balanced, dosed with caramel and aromatic malts that provide in combination with the traditional high fermentation, a unique beer that unites the warmth of wine and the freshness of beer.

  • BELGIAN: Het Anker - Gouden Carolus Tripel (9%)

    BELGIAN: Het Anker – Gouden Carolus Tripel (9%)


    This bottle conditioned Tripel beer is very complex in flavour and has won prestigious awards, including gold in the European Beer Star in 2010 and this followed by the gold award for best Tripel beer in the world (“World’s Best Belgian-Style Tripel”).

  • BELGIAN: Kasteel - Barista Chocolate Quad (11%)

    BELGIAN: Kasteel – Barista Chocolate Quad (11%)


    First produced as “Kasteel Winter” but then rebranded to “Barista Chocolate Quad”. The name ‘Barista’ conjures thoughts of the fragrance of steaming coffee below a layer of expertly created froth. This may sounds rather far-fetched for a beer… However, the aromas and the flavours of caramel, cacao and roast malt match seamlessly with the ‘black gold’ and chocolate.

  • BELGIAN: La Chouffe - Blond (8%)

    BELGIAN: La Chouffe – Blond (8%)


    Fruity, unfiltered blond beer. It has a golden-yellow color with a creamy head. It is spiced with coriander and has herbal fragrances. It has a light taste of hops.

  • BELGIAN: Le Fort Tripel (8.8%)

    BELGIAN: Le Fort Tripel (8.8%)


    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.

  • BELGIAN: Lefebvre - Barbar (8%)

    BELGIAN: Lefebvre – Barbar (8%)


    A blond rich with acacia honey, peachy yeast and soft lemon hop notes, Barbar is a refreshing but strong honey beer,

  • BELGIAN: Lefebvre - Blanche de Bruxelles (4.5%)

    BELGIAN: Lefebvre – Blanche de Bruxelles (4.5%)


    Wonderful light refresher with stacks of Wheat (>40%) that gives it a natural distinctive haze. Originally brewed to slake the thirst of farmhands, it’s ideal for summer and should be drunk as cold as possible. An easy drinking beer that offers mellow notes of orange and lemon

  • BELGIAN: Lefebvre - Saison 1900 (5.4%)

    BELGIAN: Lefebvre – Saison 1900 (5.4%)


    Hoppy and floral saison from Brasserie Lefebvre brewed in honour of the brewery’s founder who used to brew a saison to quench the thirst of the local quarryman. The hop aroma is dominant with hints of flowers, resin and spices. Wonderfully refreshing

  • BELGIAN: Maredsous 8 Bruin (8%)

    BELGIAN: Maredsous 8 Bruin (8%)


    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.

  • BELGIAN: Oude Gueuze Boon (7%)

    BELGIAN: Oude Gueuze Boon (7%)


    Blended Lambic, secondary fermented in bottle. Taste carefully and you will uncover a fruity grapefruit and ginger flavour with a hint of Muscat grapes.

  • BELGIAN: Petrus - Nitro Cherry Chocolate Quad (8.5%)

    BELGIAN: Petrus – Nitro Cherry Chocolate Quad (8.5%)


    This unique beer obtains its complex character thanks to the roasted malts and the cherries, but what makes it truly unique, is the technology our brewers used to add nitrogen into the bottle. The delicious notes of chocolate, coffee and cherries will take over your tastebuds!

    Available as single bottles or in presentation four pack.

  • BELGIAN: Poperings - Hommelbier (7.5%)

    BELGIAN: Poperings – Hommelbier (7.5%)


    Strong, very hoppy ale, a rarity in its own country, and real treat to try. Hommel is the local abbreviation of humulus, from the botanical name for the hop plant. Poperings Hommelbier is a hoppy, golden-bronze, ale. It is made from a blend of winter, summer and aromatic pale malts.

  • BELGIAN: St Feuillien Saison (6.5%)

    BELGIAN: St Feuillien Saison (6.5%)


    Traditional blonde Belgian farmhouse ale. An unmistakable flavour, full of rich nuances and a slight tang.

  • BELGIAN: St. Benedictusabdij de Achelse - Trappist Achel 8 Blond (8%)

    BELGIAN: St. Benedictusabdij de Achelse – Trappist Achel 8 Blond (8%)


    A pale, strong, fruity, hoppy Trappist ale from one of Belgium’s six official abbey breweries. NOTE: One of the final batches of this beer produced as a genuine Trappist beer, after the retirement of the the last of the monastry’s monk-brewers.

  • BELGIAN: Van Honsebrouck - Kasteel Rouge (8%)

    BELGIAN: Van Honsebrouck – Kasteel Rouge (8%)


    This fruity beer makes a great aperitif on a sunny terrace. It’s certainly a beer for lovers of sweet cherries with an intense aroma of the fruit. The cherries get the better of the malt in the Kasteel Donker mother beer, although it contributes touches of chocolate and pepper to remind you it’s there.

  • BELGIAN: Verhaeghe - Duchesse De Bourgogne (6.2%)

    BELGIAN: Verhaeghe – Duchesse De Bourgogne (6.2%)


    This Flemish red from Verhaeghe is truly unique. The amber beer is brewed in the normal fashion and then put into oak barrels for many years to take on that oak character and turn slowly sour. It has a wonderful oak and cherry aroma, with a hint of balsamic vinegar. It starts beautifully sweet and melts away into a soft, sour cherry-like beer known as a Flemish Red.

  • NETHERLANDS: La Trappe - Dubbel (6.5%)

    NETHERLANDS: La Trappe – Dubbel (6.5%)

  • TRAPPIST: Tynt Meadow (7.4%)

    TRAPPIST: Tynt Meadow (7.4%)


    The first English Trappist ale. Full-bodied, gently balancing the taste of dark chocolate, pepper, and fig.