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Wieckse Glass
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Citrus and coriander give this Belgian-style witbier a fresh and sunny taste. Wieckse Witte is a solar-powered beer, with 3,632 solar panels providing the brewery of energy.  
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St Feuillien Glass
Today, St-Feuillien brews a wide variety of different beers. However, all beers have their origins in Belgian beer history and local traditions. The brewery is still a family run production and can therefore rank among the Belgian Family Brewers.

Under the St-Feuillien flag, classic Belgian beer styles Blond, brown, Tripel and Quadrupel are represented, as well as a Saison and the award-winning Grand Cru. But you will also find the FIVE, a refreshing thirst-quencher with character and the Belgian Coast IPA with American and Belgian hops.
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Pelforth Glass
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Pelforth Blonde is a bottom-fermented beer, unchanged recipe since its creation in Lille's Pelican Brewery, in 1921. Subtle taste with a fruity touch and round finish.
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Paulaner Glass
The Paulaner brewery was founded in 1634, but its history actually predates. The monks of Munich have been brewing a strong beer called Paulaner Salvator since 1516. They worked hard and were extremely poor but brewed this beer to help them get through the difficulty of Lent. This adhered to the Reinheitsgebot (Bavarian Purity Law) of course, a law that many German brewers voluntarily observe this day.

Funnily enough, the beer became so popular that other brewers from the area complained to the Munich city council, saying it was unfair competition. This official document is dated to February 24, 1634. This has been used by Paulaner to validate their legacy, the first evidence of the brewery is proudly mentioned on all their labels!
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Newcastle Glass
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Newcastle Brown Ale was originally produced by the Tyne Brewery in Newcastle, but is now brewed by John Smith’s in North Yorkshire, UK.

The famous logo with the blue star dates back to the time of the beer’s launch in 1930. The five points of the star represent the five breweries in Newcastle. In recent years, the brand made waves with a controversial advertising campaign in the US market. Their motto is ‘no bollocks’. Try it and you will understand why.
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Lagunitas Glass
Tony Magee started brewing on a stovetop homebrew kit and, after a couple batches, some stray wort had spilled down the back. When Thanksgiving night came, and the wort caught fire and burned the turkey to a crisp, Tony’s wife Carissa kindly asked him to move his new hobby elsewhere. 

He moved into an old storage shed in the town of Forest Knolls, Calif. (next to the town of Lagunitas, which Tony thought had a cool-sounding name…) and he started brewing more and more. The beers ranged from vile and repugnant, to delicate and exceptional. And then came IPA, and he knew he could never go back. Eventually, Tony grew out of that space and moved just down the road to Petaluma, bringing his recipes and the Lagunitas name with him.

The brewery grew, as did the tribe of loyal drinkers. 
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Krombacher Glass
Pilsner brewed according to German tradition: clean and crisp in character with subtle hoppy notes of citrus and flowers. Fresh taste with a slightly bitter finish which is in balance with the slightly sweet tones from the malt.
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Heineken Glass
Heineken is known worldwide, but a bit of history can’t hurt! Everything began in 1864 when Gerard Adriaan, who was 22 years old at the time, bought the Heineken brewery “De Hooiberg” in Amsterdam. By 1875, a second brewery had opened in Rotterdam, focusing on low-fermentation beers. The famous Heineken "A-yeast" was developed in 1886 by a student of Louis Pasteur and is still used as the basis for Heineken beer today! In 1887, Heineken switched completely to the production of bottom- fermented beer.
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Hapkin Glass
Blonde, slightly cloudy beer with a very generous white head. Sweet aromas give this beer real body and its aftertaste is deeply sweet and alcoholic.
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Gulden Draak Glass
The Van Steenberge brewery stands for independence, progress and growth. It emphasises the traditional art of brewing adapted to the current technological developments and guarantees a reliable quality and service. Respect for our employees and care for the environment are central to our policy.
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Desperados Glass
Desperados is a beer brewed by Brasserie de l'Esperance. Desperados is a full bodied Lager enriched with the taste of tequila. Desperados provides a unique taste experience, combining the sweetness kick of tequila with the bitterness of top quality beer. The end product is an intense taste and drinking experience that is both tasty and refreshing. Desperados was first brewed in France in 1995 by Brasserie Fischer (Heineken owned since 1996). It is now sold in more than 50 countries. Desperados has also been brewed in the Netherlands since 2012.
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Delirium Glass
Brouwerij Huyghe is a Belgian family brewery, located in Melle, East Flanders and was founded around 1900. The brewery is mainly known for the Delerium beers. The Delerium Tremens saw the light in 1988 and has since been filled in striking white bottles. Most recognizable are the pink elephants on the labels. The recognized Belgian Abbey Beer Averbode is also brewed by Brouwerij Huyge. Traditional Belgian beer in its best shape.
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Chouffe Glass
La Chouffe is an award-winning beer, brewed by Brasserie d’Achouffe in Achouffe, Belgium. This now iconic beer has a charming and inspiring history. Founders and brothers-in-law, Chris Bauweraerts and Pierre Gobron, brewed their first batch in 1980 with a starting capital of just €5,000. They set up shop in a small shed. Only after three years did the beer finally get its name: La Chouffe. Currently, Brasserie d’Achouffe brews several thousand hectolitres of beer per year and the iconic gnome logo can be found in more than 40 different countries.