Silly Belgian Beer

Silly Belgian Beer
Brasserie de Silly represents Belgium with all the diversity you can expect from this world famous brewing country. From Blonde and Brune to grapefruit and cherry fruits and barrel-aged special editions, there's a beer style for everyone.
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  1. Biere Silly Saison 75cl

    The Saison (farmhouse ale) is a humble regional beer style that was brewed in the quiet winter months and satisfied the thirsts of farmers and fieldworkers out in the fields in the busy summer. 30 years ago, this style was unknown and only appreciated by older drinkers from the area where it was brewed. Now it’s really popular among beer aficionados and the Saison de Silly is considered one of the best. It stands out from the classic ‘saisons’ through its amber colour, a fruity aroma, and zesty touches, with a hint of caramel compounding its light bitterness. It’s has a unique, light taste but at the same time subtle touches of sweets and fruit. A zesty, refreshing beer that calls out for another one.

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    £5.55
  2. Biere Double Enghien Blonde 75cl

    The original Double Enghien that was brewed by Tennstedt-Decroes, in Enghien, was an amber saison. When Brasserie de Silly bought the brewery, they changed it into a straight blond beer, as they already had a saison – the Saison de Silly. Several variants of the Double have since been introduced. The top-fermented, regional style beer has spicy and hoppy aromas that strike first with a shrug of acidity on the tongue and a nice dry bitter aftertaste. It’s a well-balanced blonde beer, in which no ingredient is overpowering.

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    £6.55
  3. Biere Abbaye de Forest Metal Gift Pack 75cl

    The Abbaye de Forest tickles the taste buds with fruity impressions of raisins that culminate in a pleasantly zesty, subtly bitter finish. It’s a blonde abbey-style beer characterised by a touch of hops, a good balance of sweet and bitter flavours and a rather pronounced character. The name of the beer refers to the Benedictine Abbaye de Forest that existed from 1106 until 1764, when the abbey was destroyed by a fire. Also, there is a cheese maker from Thoricourt (a small town near to the brewery), who produces a 'beer cheese' using Silly's very-own Abbaye de Forest. Presented in a printed metal tin. Bronze Medal: Australian International Beer Awards 2009 (Abbey Style, Double and Triple category)

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    £10.15
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