“Belgian wheat”, from Saimaan Juomatehdas, brewed with pilsner and wheat malt and the typical spices, bitter orange peel and coriander seed, both powdered.
From Saimaan juomatehdas, a straw-coloured saison pours with an off-white head.
The traditional rauch bier of Brauerei Spezial, of Bamberg, Germany.
Sahti is the traditional brew of Finland. Here we have some Finlandia Sahti, of deep mahogany color, with somewhat sweet and definitely refreshing notes of banana and vanilla, among others. This brew packs an 8 % abv (there’s also a 10% abv “strong” version), and while you won’t necessarily taste the strength, so well its hidden under the full body, you’ll definitely feel the potency after a glass or two. Why not serve sahti with russian-style sour pickles, for example.
Old gueuze from Hanssens Artisanaal, of Dworp, Belgium, served at the Centrum Hotel, Beersel, Belgium.