Waterloo beer is brewed at the Mont-Saint-Jean farm, the famous 'English Hospital' of the Battle of Waterloo. In 1815, during the famous conflict, the troops were supplied with high-fermented beer so they could face the enemy, and that is how its name came to be identified with Belgian history
WATERLOO STRONG DARK
A beer with a dark chestnut colour, high malt content, and strong but balanced aroma of fresh yeast and spices. Enhanced with tones of caramel, toasted malt and hops, it is best consumed between 5o-12o C. It pairs nicely with red meat, various cheeses and appetisers.
Wooden packaging including
- 1 bottle waterloo triple blonde 0.75
- 1 bottle waterloo strong dark 0.75
and 2 handmade ceramic glasses, which are still manufactured very close at the historical battle location,
From the original family run business.