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What would Belgium be without its fine Belgian beers?
Zotte Mouche celebrates Belgian Brewers.
All types are represented: blonde, brown, white seasonal, and gueuze beers.
Whether it’s a light pilsner, an abbey beer, or a special brew, there’s something for every taste thanks to Brasserie Haacht.
A Belgian brewery located in Boortmeerbeek since 1898.
Discover without delay the selection to be savored at Zotte Mouche.
Did you know that in the past, monks, women, and children drank table beer instead of water?
Back then, drinking water was unhygienic and made people sick. Beer was a safer drink because boiling in the brewing process killed the bacteria.
Table beer was free and was served in schools until the 1980s.
Belgium is not known for this style of beers, but in response to competition and the dominance of this style globally, a Belgian version of the pilsner has been created. It is maltier and sweeter than a Czech or German Pils, which are more hoppy. These are very light-colored beers with a low alcohol content between 4° and 5.5°.
This is the style of traditional Belgian white beer. With an alcohol content between 4.5% and 5.5%, it’s a very refreshing beer. Nearly extinct in the 1950s, Hoegaarden Brewery played a crucial role in reviving this style that’s over 400 years old. Belgian white beers are wheat beers, specifically made with unmalted wheat (froment) for the Belgian style, as opposed to Weizenbier, the German white beer made with wheat malt.
Gueuze is the result of blending Lambics of different ages (1 to 3 years). The oldest Lambic is responsible for the taste, while the youngest Lambic adds the effervescence to this beer. With an alcohol content between 5° and 8°, it is acidic, balanced, and both sparkling and refreshing.