Discover our beers


The ingredients: 100% local, directly from the producer.

  • Water

Beer is made up of 95% water. The water we use is drawn from the semi-captive groundwater of the Pays d'Ath and the Pays des Collines for the Ellezelles site. It’s pure water, rich in minerals (calcium, magnesium...) and low in nitrates (<5ppm). The quality of water has a significant influence on the taste of the beer.

  • Malt

The malt used is brewing barley, germinated and kilned in a maltery. And, unique in Belgium, the barley is planted and harvested in our own farm "Beauregard" located 30 km from the brewery, then malted at the maltery of Beloeil Castle, Belgium. The malt provides the fermentable sugars and non-fermentable substances that give the beer its body and consistency. Malt also provides the colour and the different aromas in the beer. There are several different kinds of malts (eg. roasted, caramel, smoked) that give the beer other colours (amber, brown) and specific aromas (coffee, caramel) in a natural way. No colorants, preservatives or additives are used in the production of our beers.



  • Hops

Humulus lupulus, hops, is a perennial plant that grows up to 6-7m tall on wires stretched between poles. The brewer uses the hop buds. Hops are responsible for the bitterness in beer and for certain aromas. We use different kinds of aromatic hops, mostly from the region of Poperinge. A portion of our hops also comes from Slovenia, it’s a specific variety that only exists there and gives more flowery, fruity aromas. Hops are in fact like the vine for the brewer, the terrior and the climate have great importance on the flavour of the hops. For preservation, the hops are milled and compressed into pellets.

Hops also help in preserving beer as they have natural anti-bacterial properties.


  • Yeast

Beer yeast is a microscopic unicellular fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae. During fermentation, the yeast transforms the liquid simple sugars into alcohol, and also into the many compounds that are responsible for the desired aromas in beer. It’s also the yeast that creates the natural carbonation in beer during its bottle conditioning.