Struise Pannepeut …………………..………. $11
Quite possibly the very best dark Belgian strong ale in the world. Firmly plunked at the crossroads of quad and stout, this heavy, mysterious brew exhibits just enough roasted malt bitterness to cut through the waves of dark fruits, chocolate, and berry. Hard to find on tap, and even harder to resist.   10% abvOn Tap

We offer 26 ever changing, 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 10/30/14

Surly/De Proef Tapping!
Try a flight for $14

De Proef Reinaert  $9
Fermented three times with two different yeasts, including a strain of brettanomyces, this is pale golden in color with an enormous, rocky white head. Spicy aromatic notes, with a malty juiciness on the palate. 9% abv

De Proef/Surly Long of Tooth*  $11
A collaboration between kindred madmen Todd Haug of Surly and Dirk Nautds of De Proef. Brewed to recall English old ales and Belgian chocolate, expect a plum-colored pour, with waves of oak-influenced vanilla, chocolate, and fruity esters from the brett yeast.   10% abv

Surly Furious*  $5
Amber-colored ale with citrusy hoppy aromas and balanced out by a chewy, caramel malty backbone. Refreshing, with a bitter finish.   6.2% abv

Surly Schadenfreude*  $5
German for “shameful joy,” or taking pleasure in the suffering of others. Utilizing three varieties of malt, this bready, rich lager is aged on toasted oak for a unique twist.   4.8% abv


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 Pater 6  $7.50
A traditional abbey style dubbel, very fruity with notes of melon and very fresh banana,  finishes with a slight bitterness. Delightfully easy to drink.  6.7% abv

Atomium Grand Cru  $8
A strong blonde ale brewed with six different grains. Notes of lemon zest, peach, pear, apples.  8% abv

Bosteels Pauwel Kwak  $8
Aroma is mellow, fruity and malty with a slightly spicy character.  Taste has a very mellow, fruity attack, a slightly spicy character, passing into a warm finish that reminds you of bananas foster.  8% abv

Duvel Single  $6.50
The younger version of the classic bottled Duvel.  Gentle hoppiness, and a subtle, smooth dryness with hints of fruitiness. 6.8% abv

Houblon Chouffe IPA Triple  $8
A unique balance between a very strong IPA and a Belgian Tripel, Big malty body, distinct dryness, expressive estery fruitiness.  A staff favorite!!  9% 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

Lefebvre Blanche de Bruxelles  $5
A unique witbier that uses 40 percent wheat, is unfiltered, and has a fresh, mellow flavor with a hint of orange.  4.5% abv

Struise Pannepeut  $11
Quite possibly the very best dark Belgian strong ale in the world. Firmly plunked at the crossroads of quad and stout, this heavy, mysterious brew exhibits just enough roasted malt bitterness to cut through the waves of dark fruits, chocolate, and berry. Hard to find on tap, and even harder to resist.   10% abv

Troubador Magma 2014  $7.50
Troubadour Magma is an amber colored beer with the bitterness of an American IPA but balanced with the fruitiness of a Belgian Triple. Enjoy the explosion of fruity aromas from the combination of Czech bittering hops and bright, spicy simcoe. 9% abv

Verhaeghe Echte Kriekenbier  $8.50
A Flemish cherry ale with an aroma of Kirsch cherry brandy and a smooth, vanilla-like oaky palate.  Sour cherries are added during maturation.  6.8% abv


Nogne-O Tiger Tripel*  $11
An on-the-nose interpretation of a classic Belgian tripel, bursting with summer stone fruits, plum, golden raisin, and sweet spices.   9% abv


Trou du Diable L'Apocalypso*  $10 
Big, assertive white ale dosed with a mountain of calypso hops, which impart tropical fruit notes to complement the mild tartness of the beer’s wheat malt. Very refreshing.   6.5% 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

Monarchy Methusalem* (Germany)  $10
Methusalem is a traditional Dortmunder Altbier (also known as Adambier) which was especially popular in the 18th century in the area around Dortmund. A rich, top-fermented beverage; vinous and smoky, with dark berry and malt notes.   10% abv


Rooie Dop Double Oatmeal Stout*  $9  
De Molen collaboration. Layers and layers of baker’s chocolate, flaked oats and aromatic Columbus hops. You’re welcome. 9.6% abv


Fuller’s ESB  $5
One of the quintessential English “extra special bitters.” Orange marmalade, hints of cherry and toffee, and a warm, nutty finish characterize this timeless session ale.   5.9% abv

Siren Broken Dream*  $10
A smoke-tinged coffee-chocolate stout from one of England’s finest young breweries. Already a classic—a new beer with an old soul.   6% abv


Destihl Juicy Juicy Mango IPA*
Bloomington, Illinois  $5.50
Very pale West Coast IPA featuring Simcoe and Glacier hops, topped off with a ridiculous amount of fresh mango.  6.5% abv

3 Sheeps Cashmere Hammer (nitro)  $5
We started with rye and piled it on, ensuring it would play first fiddle.  The  dark and caramel malts, along with Czech saaz hops, were selected for their ability to highlight the rye.  6.5% abv

Tyranena Hop Whore IIPA*  $6
A luscious, full-bodied imperial India pale ale. Orange, tropical fruit, and sweet caramel malt abound. This is a hop locomotive, and you’ve been tied to the tracks by Snidely Whiplash.  7.5% 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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