Visiting Belgium? Here are some tips:

Duvel $9
Classic golden ale. Balanced: strong, malty, and clean. Puurs, Belgium. 8.5%

Corsendonk Brown Ale $9
Full-bodied dark brown with hints of chocolate and anise. Oud-Turnhout, Belgium. 7.5%

Corsendonk Pale Ale $9
Golden, effervescent. Dry and bittersweet. Oud-Turnhout, Belgium. 7.5%

Chimay Bleu $12
Dark brown with a strong spicy character. Originally brewed as a Christmas beer. Bottle-conditioned. Scourmont, Belgium. 9%

Chimay Rouge $11
Dark brown, fruity, slightly sweet. Bottle-conditioned. Scourmont, Belgium. 7%

Tripel Karmeliet $9
Sweet three-grain beer with flavors of honey and caramel. 7.5%

La Chouffe $10
Pale and dry with a crisp sweet finish. Hints of clove. D’Achouffe, Belgium. 8%

Delirium Tremens $9
Strong golden ale. Malty, sweet and spicy.
Huyghe, Belgium. 8.5%

Orval $12
Trappist. Amber, dry, and hoppy with a bitter orange flavor. Villers D’Orval. 6.9%

Westmalle Dubbel $12
Dark brown, with hints of toffee and chocolate. Malle, Belgium. 7%

Westmalle Tripel $12
Deep gold, complex herbal flavor with a rich malt sweetness. Malle, Belgium. 9.5%

Rochefort 10 $13
Dubbel-style trappist ale. Deep brown. Rochefort, Belgium. 9.2%

Maredsous 10 $10
Strong golden tripel, brewed by Moortgat. Puurs, Belgium 10%

Rodenbach $9
Original Flemish Red ale. Sweet and sour with small hints of cherry. Roeselare, Belgium. 5.2%

Lindemans Lambic Ales $12
Peche - Peach / Pomme - Green apple

Kwak $9
Amber and malty, Kwak is famous for its traditional coachman's glass. High temperature fermentation creates its complex dry-fruity profile. 8%

Hennepin Saison $7
From Brewery Ommegang. Spicy, sweet and tangy with hints of bitter orange and ginger. Cooperstown, NY. 7%

Achel Brune $12
Trappist dubbel. Deep amber to brown in color. Achel, Belgium. 8%

Malheur 12 $11
Strong brown ale. Flavors of dried fruit and molasses. The alcohol is hard to taste. 12%

Mahleur 10 $10

Strong golden ale. Deceptively smooth with a soft malty character. 10%

St. Louis Kriek $12
100% spontaneously fermented lambic. Aged 2 years with cherries. 5%

St. Louis Gueuze Fond Tradition $12
Blended Belgian lambic. Tart, sour and earthy. 6%

Poperings Hommel $10
This beer has about twice the bitterness of other Belgian beers. Dry with honeyish notes and orange zest.7.5%

Petrus Golden Tripel $10
The balance between the hop-bitterness and the malt-sweetness is perfect and leaves a smotth mouthfeel.7.5%

Petrus Aged Pale $10
Oak, nuts and hints of fruit are tightly combined in this complex Aged Pale.7.3%

Troubadour Obscura Stout $11
Malty, clearly roasted, hints of coffee and chocolate. A complex aftertaste, with some licorice undertones and a pleasantly bitter finish. 8.5%

Troubadour Magma $13
Belgian tripel IPA. Strong, malty with a nice hoppy profile. 9%

Gulden Draak $12
A dark brown Triple Ale, which makes it an exception among Belgian Triples. Balances a natural malt toffee-like sweetness with a mellow hoppiness. 10.5%

Large Bottles
Duvel $18
Houblon Chouffe $18
Rodenbach Grand Cru $22
JK Scrumpy Hard Cider $17