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Porter, Stout, Barley Wine

Porter, Stout, Barley Wine

Arroz Con Leche

Collaborating with Sudden Death from Germany, we thought we ...

Sales price: 4,80 €

Barley Wine

A strong, lively and fruity beer!

Sales price: 3,52 €

Bible Belt

Imperial Stout collaboration with Prairie Artisan Ales

Sales price: 11,20 €

Binkie Claws BA Woodford Reserve

Binkie Claws aged on Woodford Reserve bourbon barrels. A ...

Sales price: 9,05 €

Black Damnation XVII Ben

Benriach 12 years B.A

Sales price: 35,39 €

Black Damnation XXII Willy

Clynelish Wilson & Morgan 16 years old whiskey cask barrel ...

Sales price: 35,39 €
Sales price: 3,85 €

Bourbon Barrel Black Maple

Black Maple was a beer we brewed on the fly. An open brew ...

Sales price: 15,50 €

Bourbon Barrel Dark Apparition

This hauntingly good brew in your hand is rife with dark ...

Sales price: 15,50 €

Bourbon Barrel Oro Negro

With cacao, habanero, oak, cinnamon and vanilla.

Sales price: 15,50 €

Brewer's Reserve Rye Barrel Stout

Aged in Rye Whiskey barrels, our workhorse of a Stout oozes ...

Sales price: 11,00 €

Brewer's Reserve Vanilla Bean Stout

Stout aged in bourbon barrels with vanilla beans.

Sales price: 11,00 €

Bumps Ahead

Dry hopped barley wine.

Sales price: 5,50 €

Cassian Sunset

A bourbon barrel aged imperial stout with local Emy J's ...

Sales price: 10,35 €

Coconut Milkshake Smeerolie

Infused with Coconut, Vanilla and lactose.

Sales price: 6,85 €

Dark Appartion

This hauntingly good brew in your hand is rife with dark ...

Sales price: 10,65 €

Dark Orbit

This full, complex beer is an homage to one of Mike’s best ...

Sales price: 4,45 €

Deconstructed Bomb Chili Peppers

Imperial Stout Aged on Chili Peppers.

Sales price: 11,00 €

Even More Coco Jesus

Imperial Stout with maple syrup & coconut added.

Sales price: 7,65 €

Even More JCS

Imperial stout brewed with lactose and with vanilla and ...

Sales price: 11,80 €

Gavel Slammer Monumental Dark Ale

An over-the-top ale like no other, with a gavel-slammin' ...

Sales price: 13,50 €

Going Real Nuts

Penut butter stout. Ingredients: water, malted barley, ...

Sales price: 6,85 €

Infusion A: Peanut Butter Chocolate Coffee Porter

Swirls of heavenly chocolate and peanut butter flavors ...

Sales price: 8,20 €
Sales price: 10,60 €

Meneer de Uil Auchentoshan

Our oldest and finest imperial stout, Mister Owl is aged ...

Sales price: 6,00 €

Motorolie Coffee

Imperial Stout brewed with coffee.

Sales price: 6,85 €

Mr. Cinnamon Bun

This is of our new "Dessert Line" ! An Imperial Oatmeal ...

Sales price: 4,60 €

Noa Pecan Mud Cake

Brewed with hops and pecan nuts.

Sales price: 7,85 €

Oil of Aphrodite

Oil of Aphrodite is an American double stout brewed with ...

Sales price: 10,65 €

Peruvian Morning

A Bourbon Barrel aged Imperial Stout made with freshly ...

Sales price: 10,35 €

Prairie Paradise

Imperial Stout Aged on Coconut and Vanilla.

Sales price: 11,50 €


One of two beers brewed to mark the departure of our brewer ...

Sales price: 5,00 €


A decadent imperial stout fermented with organic dates then ...

Sales price: 16,50 €


10 specialty malts make up this majestic imperial stout ...

Sales price: 6,75 €


Clean imperial stout.

Sales price: 6,40 €

Smeerolie Mexicake

Chipotle, vanilla, cinnamon & cacao nibs.

Sales price: 6,85 €

Speedway Stout

A HUGE Imperial Stout that weighs in at an impressive 12% ...

Sales price: 20,00 €

Stout - Fruit & Nut

Hazelnut, Raisins and Chocolate collide in this creamy and ...

Sales price: 5,40 €

Willy Tonka

Imperial stout with tonka beans, cacao nibs, and coffee.

Sales price: 6,95 €

Porter, Stout, and Barley Wine

Porters, Stouts and Barley Wines derive their appearance, aromas and flavours mainly through the torrified malts used in such beers. In contrast to Pale Ales which are light in colour, these styles exhibit much darker shades, ranging from light brown for some barley wines, to deep petrol black for imperial stouts.



The Porter has its historical origin around 300 years ago in London. The style slowly lost its popularity and regained it in the 70s through the start of the craft beer movement. From this style emerged later on substyles such as the American Porter which is more intense in aromas and flavours, or the Baltic Porter.



The Irish Stout emerged through the quest of the Irish to capitalise on the success of the Porter. It differentiated itself through the use of darker malts which led to more flavour and body in the beer. Nowadays, there are many varieties of Stouts, ranging from the Sweet Stout, Oatmeal Stout, to the very sought after Imperial Stout.


Imperial Stout

The pinnacle of these styles is represented by the Imperial Stout. In contrast to many other styles, this beer is not a thirst quencher. Instead, it is enjoyed over a long period of time taking small sips, similar to how one would drink a good whisky. These beers are very intense in flavour, usually exhibit a thicker consistency and a very dark color. They are taste concentrates, where one discovers layers upon layers of flavours.


Barley Wine

Barley Wines emerged in the late 19th century in England. These beers have an ABV close to wine and often exhibit low to moderate carbonation.


Dark Ales nowadays

Brewers are very creative, and the craft beer community is always on the lookout for something new. This led to many brewers reinventing the style, and using sometimes surprising ingredients and methods to push these beers to the next level.



Brewers are not limited by fixed rules such as wine produces, and the culture is pretty keen on experimenting. This leads some brewers to use atypical ingredients in their beers. Adjuncts include other sources of fermentable sugars besides malt. These can take the form of unmalted oats or wheat, to the use of fruits or even chocolate. The spectrum for creativity is endless.

Barrel Aged

Some breweries barrel age some portions of their stouts in used Whisky, Bourbon, Cognac or other barrels. This typically adds another layer of complexity to the taste. These beers are typically more expensive because they are pretty limited as the barrel aging process takes time, and the number of barrels a brewery has is typically small.


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