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This fresh and light beer, moderately alcoholised is perfect as an aperitif or as an after-dinner liqueur. It can also go well with a good meal. The freshness at the beginning, will be followed by a pleasant and bitter character in conclusion. It keeps a light white foam coat throughout the savouring. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.

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This beer is coloured and its aroma is more pronounced, with a coffee/ mocha taste. The mocha taste will disappear progressively to give way to a taste of roasted malt that is neither too neutral nor too strong. It is slightly spicy, reminding that it is firstly a beer for savouring. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.

It is the result of a long fermentation, scrupulously followed by the brew master, with a deep yet soft bitterness. You will recognize a naturally aromatized hop with an alcoholic after taste. This beer, often associated with refined dishes, ranks among the great beers and may be found in some of the most exclusive restaurants. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.

This beer has a warm amber yellow colour with a quiet sparkling and a fine white foam. Its excellent and digestive taste, partly due to the addition of well selected spices and a bit of Porto, goes well with a highly-pronounced aroma of yeast and malt. A haunting sweetness comprising fine balanced savours will complement this fabulous blend of flavours.

€42.00

LièGin is an organic gin certified by Certisys and contains more than 95% of certified organic materials.

The Poiret: 100% fruit

Without added sugar.

This spread is one of the very first recipes of the Siroperie.

We need 7 kilos of fresh fruit to produce 1 kilo of Poiret.

This recipe will always contain apples because of the syrup-jellifying properties apples have, due to their natural pectin.

The famous stron d'poye in Walloon: bread - fromage frais - sirop poiret, so delicious !!!!!

The Poiret can be stored for up to 3 years at room temperature.

Le Poiret 100% fruit Apple Pear Prunes

Without added sugar.

This recipe is one of the very first from La Siroperie.

It takes 7 kilos of fruit to obtain 1 kilo of Poiret.

The apple must always be present in the recipe

because it is what gelifies the syrup thanks to its pectin.

Poiret 100% fruit

Without added sugar.

A real discovery: all the tastes of the fruits are very distinct. A real pleasure for lovers of apricots, whether fresh or soft. Goes wonderfully with goat's cheese or sheep's cheese.

4 kilos of fresh fruit for 1 kilo of syrup!

How to enjoy the Vrai Sirop de Liège?

• Deliciously simple on a slice of bread at any time of the day.
• Accompanying a cheese platter, in line with the tradition that associates it to Herve cheese and fromage frais. 
• In your culinary creations: marinades, sauces, dressing, saladsand, last but not least, desserts. 
• On pancakes and crêpes.

Val Dieu, the abbey beer par excellence.

This authentic Belgian Abbey beer is the only true Belgian Abbey

Brewed following the old brewing method at the Abbey of Val-Dieu

Refermented beer in bottle.

A real discovery Blond - Brown - Triple - Winter Ale in 75cl

You can make a mix at your own convenience.

Ex: 3 x Blond - 2 x Triple

Ex: 1 x Blond - 2 x Brown - 2 x Triple

It is the result of a long fermentation, scrupulously followed by the brew master, with a deep yet soft bitterness. You will recognize a naturally aromatized hop with an alcoholic after taste. This beer, often associated with refined dishes, ranks among the great beers and may be found in some of the most exclusive restaurants. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.

This beer is coloured and its aroma is more pronounced, with a coffee/ mocha taste. The mocha taste will disappear progressively to give way to a taste of roasted malt that is neither too neutral nor too strong. It is slightly spicy, reminding that it is firstly a beer for savouring. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.

This beer, launched in 2016 for the 800th anniversary of the Abbey is fresh, light and light-coloured. With its hopped taste, due to the dry hopping process, we can also taste citrus aromas. Beer secondary fermentation in the bottle.

Beautiful presence of caramel on a subtle note of almond, with the flower of salt that explodes the flavors.