Containing four 33cl bottles in addition to the glass and stand.
Kwak has a most distinctive-shaped glass, resembling a stirrup cup or ‘yard of ale’, which is held upright in a wooden stand. A dark, warming beer with a slightly spicy character.
A malty aroma and a slightly spicy character (think coriander and hops), very mellow with a fruity attack and a slightly spicy character; hints of liquorice passing into a warm finish that reminds you of caramelised banana.
Go back a few centuries and virtually every Flanders village boasted a family brewery and Bruggenhout was no exception. Since 1791 it has been the home of the home of Brouwerij Bosteels, the family brewer behind such famous beers as Kwak, Tripel Karmeleit and Deus, the "Brut des Flandres".
The brewery is now under the guardianship of Ivo and son Antoine Bosteel, the sixth and seventh generation of Bosteel at the helm of one of Belgium's best loved breweries.