Tutti Frutti
Tutti frutti

Supportive pale malts.

A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-wop-bamboom! A journey through your taste buds with Mosaic, Simcoe and Chinook hops in the front and back seat happily singin’ along, Aurora hop being a bit bitter in the backseat as he’s always being left behind, despite the fact that he’s the only local guy around here. Supportive pale malts in the trunk to keep the ride stable and flaked oats to keep it silky smooth.

A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-wop-bamboom! A journey through your taste buds with Mosaic, Simcoe and Chinook hops in the front and back seat happily singin’ along, Aurora hop being a bit bitter in the backseat as he’s always being left behind, despite the fact that he’s the only local guy around here. Supportive pale malts in the trunk to keep the ride stable and flaked oats to keep it silky smooth.

Dr Fig
Dr. Fig

France Prešeren, one of Slovenia’s greatest poets, gave dried figs to children as an act of kindness. Belgians pour heaps of candy syrup on top of their waffles. But we’re different. Adventurous brewers as we are, we decided to put both these things in one single beer. The result is a dubbel – a dark, higher alcohol monastic ale.

Sluk
Šluk

Šluk is a light and fresh beer proudly named after its brother Kölsch from Köln, Germany. This German recipe has been further refined by using Slovene hops with a unique sweet aroma. This beer is great for a party or a picnic celebration with your friends. It’s light and with the right look to make you stand out.

Wallonian fuel
Wallonian fuel

Historically, saisons were low in alcohol, had lots of hops and were usually brewed on a farm in Wallonia using a mix of brewer’s yeast, wild yeast and local bacteria. That resulted in a thirst-quenching hoppy ale, usually safer than water and great for field workers and farmers. It is brewed using pilsner, wheat, Munich and some rye malt for a rustic dimension with added complexity and a special yeast strain from a well-known saison brewer in Belgium

War Pig
War pig

Night and day, darkness and light, good and evil. Never one without the other. Embrace the darkness, for this one is not evil at all. It’s luscious, bittersweet, creamy, full of chocolate, coffee and roasty notes. Great for a rainy summer day or a cold winter evening in front of a fireplace, contemplating over life. Or in fact any day of your choosing.

Sissi
Sissi

Not all lagers are yellow, fizzy and flavourless. Some are quite the opposite, just like the one you’re holding right now. And drinking we presume. Named after the Empress Elisabeth of Austria, or Sissi as she was called, this is a Vienna style amber lager with a twist. Vienna, Munich and a pinch of caramel malts for the foundation and Cascade, Mandarina Bavaria and Celeia hops for a hoppier character. And happier imbibers.

Holiday Hog
Holiday hog

Black as midnight, it smells of vanilla and roasted coffee. While the flavour is reminiscent of cocoa, dark chocolate and coffee. Light body for a strong holiday feeling. Just take a sip already ‘cuz baby, it's cold outside. Oh, and have yourself a merry little Christmas. And a happy New Year.

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