On Tap

With our new expansion, we now offer 26 rotating taps! Our taps feature numerous Belgian beers that you will find to be unique and different from any other beer styles, and be aware, higher in alcohol. Many are served in their own special glass or goblet. 

We also work hard to find many unique beers you will only find on tap in a few select bars throughout the states.  Enjoy!!

TAP BEER (*1st time on tap) - Updated 9/11/14


St. Bernardus Abt 12 ("House Beer")  $8.50
We sell so much, this became our “house” beer.    A rich brown ale that is smooth, creamy and full bodied with A big richness of texture that is almost oily and very assertive, like a warming coconut brandy.  10.5% abv

St. Bernardus Extra 4*  $6.50
Extra 4 is a classic Belgian “Single” style, light golden in color, full of flavor and character and brewed with more hops and bitterness in comparison to the other well-known St Bernardus abbey ales.  4.8% abv

Bosteels Triple Karmeliet  $7.50
Golden ale still brewed to an authentic recipe from 1679.  Uses three kinds of grain: wheat, oats, and barley.  Always a customer favorite!!  8% abv

Chouffe La Chouffe  $8
From one of our favorite breweries, an unfiltered blonde beer, which is re-fermented in the keg.  It is pleasantly fruity, spiced with coriander, and with a light hop taste.  8% abv

Gulden Draak  $8.50
Meaning Golden Dragon, this triple is dark brown in color with natural malt toffee-like sweetness but well-balanced with some hoppy accents.  10.5% abv

Corsendonk Pater/Abbey Brown Ale  $8
A Classic abbey brown with a very distinctive bouquet.  yeasty, fruity and slightly smoky. In palate, notes of port, raisins and black chocolate.  7.5% abv

Piraat  $8.50
This beer’s flavor is complex and  rich, with a spicy, light bubblegum-like sweetness that is balanced with the robust bitterness of the hops.  10.5% abv

St. Louis Framboise*   $8  
Traditional, spontaneously fermented lambic-style beer, steeped on whole raspberries. Not syrupy, but a tad sweeter than most Framboises. 4.5% abv

Saison Dupont  $8
Thee Classic Belgian farmhouse ale.  beautifully balanced and complex with a refreshing fruitiness and long, dry finish.  A staff favorite!!  6.5% abv

Troubador Obscura  $9
a dark red beer that has a malty character with hints of cinnamon, sandalwood, and a mild bitterness.  produced with 4 different types of malt. 8.5% abv

Special Tappings - Try a sampler of any 4 for $16

Amager Batch One (Denmark)  $9
An American style barleywine.  simcoe hops give the beer its fresh, citrus-like character as well as a solid bitterness, rounded out by a sweet caramel malt..  9.2% abv

De Ranke (Belgium) XXX Bitter* (Belgium)  $10
A more intense version of their highly rated XX Bitter.  Taste is bitter and malty and has tones of grapefruit and oranges. Palate is very fresh and smooth.  6% abv

Destihl (Illinois) Raspberry Berliner Weisse
Normal, Illinois  $8.50
An extraordinarily refreshing, tart ale. Brewed with souring cultures and fresh-picked raspberries, this beer gives off impressions of lemon yogurt, hay, and ripe berries.   3% abv

Freigeist Phoebe* (Germany)  $9.50  
this rare German take on the imperial stout  keeps things interesting by utilizing a heavy portion of rye malt. roasty and intense, but features a slightly spicy note to cut through the richness.   8% abv

De Proef Flemish Prmitive* (Belgium)  $9.50
De Proef is as much an R&D lab as it is a brewery, and so the beers they produce are unabashedly idiosyncratic. Hence this mixed-fermentation sour blonde ale, featuring huge lemon yogurt notes, plum, and apple skin.   9% abv

Stillwater/Westbrook Back Door* (USA)  $6.50  
Collaborative remix of Stillwater’s popular Cellar Door saison. Sage and other botanicals were added to this effervescent ale before it was finally spiked with brettanomyces at bottling. Funky, quenching and complex.  6.5% abv

The Monarchy/Stillwater It’s Still Weisse* (England/Baltimore)  $9  
A collaborative effort between two great brewers from opposite sides of the pond, this is a Berliner weisse pitched with fresh ginger and red peppercorns. Initially tart and lactic, the bracing start gives way to savory, spicy aromatics.  3% abv

Trois Dames Foret Noire* (Switzerland)  $10
Black Forest Cake!  The beer is  blended with both whole cherries and cherry wine to create an indulgent, complex after-dinner drink that won’t lay waste to your senses.   6.8% abv


Evil Twin Molotov Cocktail (8oz pour)  $6.50
This beer will knock your tongue off, essentially due to the obscure amount of hops that went down this explosive fella – a tour de force in hoppiness. 13% abv


Young’s Double Chocolate Stout $5.50
Chocolate malt and real dark chocolate are combined with Young's award winning rich, full flavoured dark beer to craft a satisfyingly indulgent, but never overly sweet experience.  5.2% abv


Dupont Cidre Reserve* (5oz pour)  $8
natural cider matured six months in oak casks which had previously contained calvados. Notes of apple, rainwater, wood, and butterscotch.   7% abv


Ayinger Oktoberfest  $7.50
From the Ayinger Brewery, founded in 1878.  a full-bodied, rich lager with a malty bouquet and a hint of sweetness.  Perfect for the fall season.  5.6% abv


Cisco Grey Lady*
Nantucket, Massachusetts  $5
Belgian-style witbier with a twist: this brew is completely un-hopped, deriving all its flavor from the yeast, spices, and heavy dose of wheat malt. Dry, crisp, refreshing.  4.5% abv

Dogfish Head Positive Contact*
Milton, Delaware  $8
Imperial Belgian witbier with cilantro, Calypso hops, cayenne pepper, and fuji apple cider. Whew!   9% abv

Solemn Oath/Stone Pyrros*
Naperville, Illinois  $6
Collaboration with Stone Brewing Co. Nutty, caramel and dark fruit malt flavors are balanced by a light, floral hop character and crushed rosehips in this red farmhouse ale. Earthy, fruity esters with a mildly sweet finish. 6.6% abv

Toppling Goliath PseudoSue
Decorah, Iowa  $5
This single hop ale showcases the Citra hop. Named for the largest T-rex fossil ever discovered, she roars with ferocious aromas of grapefruit, citrus, mango and evergreen.  5.8% abv

Bottled Beer List(subject to change) - see pdf below for full and most current list

Brasserie V Bottle List with Descriptions.pdf



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