Rich nose with a touch of coriander and liquorice. Full-bodied, delicious aroma of typical, special malts.
Brasserie du Bocq, set up in 1858 by Martin BELOT, still a 100% family concern, remains one of the last traditional Belgian breweries.
Located in the heart of the Condroz, wonderful tourist region, this dynamic company still uses the traditional manufacturing process of top-fermentation beers with secondary fermentation in the bottle.
Today, the sixth generation of the Belot family is leading the destinies of Brasserie du Bocq and looks forward to the future with confidence.
Article number: FBB25430