Gauloise Gauloise.

The Gauloise was the first beer brewed by the Brasserie du Bocq in 1858. At the time, Martin Belot, the Brewery’s founder drew his inspiration from the many Gallo-Roman sites in the region to create an authentic beer representative of Gallic brewing know-how: The “Gauloise”.


GAULOISE 10 TRIPLE BLOND - 9,7% Alc. Vol.

"Golden Lager Strong, fruity taste. All the know-how of our master brewer."

Description

Appearance : Golden.
Aroma : Very fruity.
Taste : Heady balanced with the freshness of wheat.

Comments : Non-filtred.

Packaging : 33 cl, keg

Serving suggestion

Fishes, white meats, poultry.

Gauloise Triple Blond

RED BERRY GAULOISE - 8,2% Alc. Vol.

"La Gauloise Fruits Rouges." (Red Berry Gauloise)

Description

Appearance : A red beer with a natural pink head, fine bubbles.
Aroma : Brimming with the natural fruity aromas of red berries.
Taste : A delicious combination of red berries and a traditional, intense beer.

Comments : Serve this 8.2% beer chilled and in moderation.

Packaging : 33 cl, keg

Serving suggestion

Spaghetti, pizza, spicy dishes, Belgian blue cheese.

Gauloise ambrée

GAULOISE AMBREE – 5.5% alcohol by volume.

"The Gauloise Ambrée is characterised by its fragrance. You will find a varied palette of flavours. It is very easily digestible and refreshing."

Description

Appearance : Amber coloured, bright, fine sparkle, delicate and thick head.
Aroma : A pleasant blend of the aroma of hops and a slight hint of liquorice.
Taste : A pronounced bitterness, mellow and thirst quenching.
Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C.

Packaging : 33 cl, 75 cl, keg

Serving suggestions

Pasta, pizzas, spicy dishes, Belgian blue cheeses.

Gauloise ambrée

GAULOISE BLONDE – 6.3% alcohol by volume.

"Its slight bitterness gives it a mildly fruity fragrance with a tinge of hops. Not too strong but full-bodied asserting its character."

Description

Appearance : Blond, bright and sparkling with a fine and creamy head.
Aroma : Deliciously fragrant thanks to its slight hint of fine hops.
Taste : Delicate, mellow flavour, perfect as an aperitif.
Remark : Best when drunk between 5° and 12°C.

Packaging : 33cl, 75cl, 1.5l, keg.

Serving suggestions

Fishes, white meats, poultry.

Gauloise blonde

GAULOISE BRUNE – 8.1% alcohol by volume.

"Its roasted malt gives it a caramelised taste with hints of caramel, chocolate and spices. It is characterised by its well-balanced flavour."

Description

Appearance : Brown with a dark ruby red tinge, clear, lively with a fine-bubbled, generous, white head.
Aroma : Typical, rich, somewhat estery in flavour (fermentation), hint of coriander, balanced.
Taste : Special malts, full-bodied, balanced, heady fragrance, slightly bitter after-taste.
Remark : Best when drunk between 8° and 12°C.

Packaging : 33cl, 75cl, 1.5l, keg.

Serving suggestions

Game, red meats, highly-seasoned white meats.

Gauloise brune

GAULOISE CHRISTMAS – 8.1% alcohol by volume.

"The winter beer!"

Description

Appearance : Brown with a dark ruby red tinge, clear, lively with a fine-bubbled, generous, white head.
Aroma : Typical, rich, somewhat estery in flavour (fermentation), hint of coriander, balanced.
Taste : Special malts, full-bodied, balanced, heady fragrance, slightly bitter after-taste.
Remark : Best when drunk between 8° and 12°C.

Packaging : 33cl, 75cl, 1.5l, keg.

Serving suggestions

Game, red meats, highly-seasoned white meats.

Gauloise Christmas