Monthly Archives: January 2020

Brasserie de la Senne – Taras boulba.

The history of the brewery Brasserie de la Senne starts in 2002 where the founders Yvan De Baets and Bernard Leboucq meet eachother. In 2003 they build a microbrewery in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, the former warehouse of the Moriau brewery. It was called “Sint-Pieter Brouwerij.” In 2010 they moved to Brussels and are now brewering from there 100%

I bought this 330 ml bottle at 4.5% at Carlsen’s Kvarter, a bar in Odense, Denmark at the price of some 7 Euro. It is a Belgian hoppy ale style of beer.

Uniform yellow in the colour.

Small head.

Aroma is a fresh and hoppy fruit, a bit to the weak side.

Good CO2 with a full bodied taste and feel. Good fruit and balances well with the hoppy bitterness.

Overall rating 77 / 100

Brussels Beer Project – Grosse Bertha

Brussels Beer Project was founded in 2013 by two beer enthusiasts, Olivier & Sébastien. It is now a collaborative brewery where brewers can rent in on the equipment. The brewery is located in Brussels, Belgium.

I bought this 330 ml bottle at 7% at Carlsen’s Kvater, a bar in Odense, Denmark at the price of some 8 Euro. It is a Belgian Hefeweize style beer.

A beautiful yellow, at least in the half darkness of a bar.

Small head on the top.

Aroma comes off a little weak but with a good fruit in it.

Powerful fruit in the taste, full bodied and a real mouthful. Good balance of CO2, fruit and slight bitterness in the after taste.

Overall rating 80 / 100