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Expressive beers

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Critically acclaimed beers

Enter the current lottery to get a chance to acquire exceptional beers, several of which with great ratings from website RateBeer. A brilliant selection of famous names celebrated by connoisseurs around the world, that you’ll be proud to add to your collection. Good luck to all!

If some winners of this lottery who were awarded the chance to buy products finally decide to buy smaller quantities than they were allocated, or not to buy allocated products at all after the 2nd round, please note that remaining products will be put on sale at the end of the purchasing period following the the 2nd round, on a first come, first served basis.

  1. Established in 1995, E9 Farmhouse is the first craft brewery to emerge from Tacoma, at first to supply the Original Engine House No.9 pub and restaurant. Following the success of its beers, distribution now extends to Canada, to our delight. Very complex, this season fermented in casks transmits notes of citrus, cereals, apple peel and tangy berries. The wild notes are well-balanced and the finish is dry and very satisfying.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  2. Established in 1995, E9 Farmhouse is the first craft brewery to emerge from Tacoma, at first to supply the Original Engine House No.9 pub and restaurant. Following the success of its beers, distribution now extends to Canada, to our delight. Revealing the tangy aspect of cherries mixed with subtle milky notes, this beer is harmonious and precise, with a light carbonation. It will awaken your tastebuds come aperitif time or highlight a charcuterie platter to share.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  3. RateBeer 95

    The ‘’Goût Américain’’ (American taste) version is a way of identifying this blend of lambics aged 1 to 3 years displaying a particularly high level of volatile acidity… A defect for some, but an acquired and pleasant taste for others. You’ll find in succession a myriad of fruity aromas, white and red grapes and notes of citrus, dried herbs, and a well-balanced woodiness.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  4. RateBeer 100

    Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen, from Beersel, specializes in lambic type beers. Blend of one-, two- and three-year old lambics aged in oak casks, this Oude Gueuze unveils an orange robe of good intensity, flavours of orange peel and lemon as well as milky, funky and roasted notes. Its creamy and tenacious foam mingles with a beautiful tension and a lingering finish.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  5. RateBeer 100

    Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen, from Beersel, specializes in lambic type beers. Blend of one-, two- and three-year old lambics aged in oak casks, this Oude Gueuze unveils an orange robe of good intensity, flavours of orange peel and lemon as well as milky, funky and roasted notes. Its creamy and tenacious foam mingles with a beautiful tension and a lingering finish.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  6. RateBeer 100

    Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen, from Beersel, specializes in lambic type beers. The number 26 blend stands out with its nice carbonation and typical upfront acidity. The aromatic profile unveils fragrances of heather and cereals, sesame, lemon pulp and zest as well as an almost saline note. Very good balance.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  7. RateBeer 100

    Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen, from Beersel, specializes in lambic type beers. The number 26 blend stands out with its nice carbonation and typical upfront acidity. The aromatic profile unveils fragrances of heather and cereals, sesame, lemon pulp and zest as well as an almost saline note. Very good balance.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  8. RateBeer 99

    Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen, from Beersel, specializes in lambic type beers. Obtained by maceration of morello cherries in a young lambic, this kriek presents an attractive red robe under which strong flavours of cherry settle. Cranberry, yogurt and cinnamon mingle with a lively, creamy and superbly balanced whole.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  9. RateBeer 100

    Belgian brewery 3 Fonteinen, from Beersel, specializes in lambic-style beers. This ‘’Golden Blend’’ version is the 24th blend of the 2017-2018 season, the oldest lambic having been brewed in March 2014. The nose will enthrall you with its superior aromatic power, leading to fragrances of grilled sesame and smoke, along with aromas of apricot, pineapple and a spicy touch. Without a doubt a meditation beer in which the blend and aging times bring power, complexity and persistence.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  10. RateBeer 93

    As the name implies, this brew was the ‘’desire’’ of Willem Van Herreweghe, master brewer at Timmermans (formerly known as Brasserie de la Taupe). Aged 2 years in oak tuns and refermented in bottles, this beer unveils itself as fruity and roasted, with nice bitterness and creamy foam.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  11. RateBeer 100

    Favourite beer of the brewer’s wife, named Nathalie and kindergarten teacher, the ‘’Nath’’ sports on its sticker an illustration of the teacher made by her pupils. It’s a blend of lambic and rhubarb, the latter adding a vegetal and tart aspect. Simultaneously funky and fruity, the mouth puts forth tangy and slightly earthy notes. Original and very complex, the dry finish ends on a delicate woody touch.
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  12. RateBeer 100

    Called ‘’Foufoune’’ by those close to him, François Daronnat is an apricot grower and a valuable collaborator for Cantillon. Indeed, his ‘’Bergeron’’ apricots (a very sweet and acidic variety) are blended with 18- to 20-month old lambics, in a proportion of 300 g of fruit per liter. Elegant and complex, this beer has an exotic nose, an invigorating and creamy mouth along with impressive persistence. A masterpiece!
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  13. Somewhat orange in colour, this Gueuze is of great aromatic definition. Apple meets lemon and grapefruit, with toasted, funky and subtle milky notes. The bubbles are fine, abundant and light. Tense, the mouth confirms the aromatic profile and offers incredible persistence. A great beer.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  14. Somewhat orange in colour, this Gueuze is of great aromatic definition. Apple meets lemon and grapefruit, with toasted, funky and subtle milky notes. The bubbles are fine, abundant and light. Tense, the mouth confirms the aromatic profile and offers incredible persistence. A great beer.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  15. A blend of lambics and sour cherries (200 g of cherries per litre), this 100% organic kriek imposes its fruity character through a marked acidity, a light foam and a funky finish. The palate is round, harmonious and without heaviness. Serve it as an aperitif paired to prosciutto-melon bites!

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  16. A blend of lambics and sour cherries (200 g of cherries per litre), this 100% organic kriek imposes its fruity character through a marked acidity, a light foam and a funky finish. The palate is round, harmonious and without heaviness. Serve it as an aperitif paired to prosciutto-melon bites!

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.

  17. RateBeer 99

    For Cantillon, Bruocsella is the missing link between the world of wine and beer. Not fermented in bottle, this beer has no effervescence. Produced from a unique lambic aged three years in barrels, it develops remarkable oxidative and acidic complexity featuring mandarin, peach and lemon accents. A work of art!
     
    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  18. RateBeer 97

    The ‘’Vigneronne’’ cuvee is a blend of lambics aged 16 to 18 months, mixed with Muscat grapes from Italy, bought at the end of the season to insure the best maturity possible. It offers lovely complexity with its wild fragrances; the Muscat brings fruitiness, reducing somewhat the tangy perception and adding spellbinding scents of peach, white flowers and citrus, along with a delicate woody touch. The mouth is ample and the finish is dry, the bitterness is well-balanced and unveils a pleasant aromatic persistence.
     

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated. 

  19. A blend of lambics aged 16 to 18 months in a barrel containing berries of the Merlot grape from Bordeaux, this cuvée inevitably bridges the world of beer and wine. A very pleasant discovery where a fruitiness and an obvious wine touch emerge, in which the tannins of the grapes are also delicately perceptible.

    Different releases of this product, corresponding to distinct brewing years, are offered via lottery. We cannot guarantee which edition of the product winners will be allocated.