A red-brown high fermentation beer, originating from Western Flanders
country - Belgium brewer - Brouwerij Boelens
Waaslander is an excellent witbier with the typical touches of coriander and citrus.
Brewed in memory of a wolf that is supposed to roam in the north of Flanders, killing sheep. "Not for little lambs".
White beer from Boelens brewery
Een pittig blonde tripel van 8.5% die zich van de traditionele Boelensbieren onderscheiddoor het gebruik van een andere gistsoort en verschillende soorten hoppen.
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