Beer


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 7/24/14

BELGIUM

Try a sampler of the first 4 special taps below - $17

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

St. Bernardus Pater 6  $7
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

St. Bernardus Prior 8  $8
An abbey ale brewed in the classic “Dubbel” style of Belgium’s Trappist Monks. has a creamy richness of texture that is almost oily, and a malt-fruit flavor reminiscent of coconut. 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

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

Lindemans Kriek  $7.50
Lindemans farm brewery developed a unique brewing  method using pure cherry juice from unfrozen cherries. This straight cherry juice is blended with selected Lambic of different ages resulting in a delicious taste of sparkling cherry champagne.  4% abv

Poperings Hommelbier  $8
Hommel is the local abbreviation of humulus, from the botanical name for the hop plant.  This is a hoppy, slightly bitter golden-ale made from a blend of winter, summer and aromatic pale malts.  7.5% abv

Saison Dupont Cuvee Dry-Hopping  $9
A special version of this classic saison, dry-hopped with Triskel hops, a new Alsacian hybrid variety that underscores and enhances the dry, peppery, herbal notes of the base beer.   6.5% abv

Tripel De Garre  $9 
This wonderful, big, and infamous tripel is the house beer at the Staminee de Garre in Brugge.  Rarely available outside the bar itself and only a few times before available in the Midwest.  A real treat!  11.5% abv

Val-Dieu Tripel  $8.50
a triple ale with a color of golden plums, very delicate aroma, nutty, clean maltiness, and a drying finish reminiscent of garden mint.  9% abv

Special Tappings

De Molen Lost & Found* (Netherlands) $9.50
A collaboration with stateside sour-whisperers Tired hands. a dark, plummy sour ale aged in wooden casks with a very robust strain of brettanomyces and loaded with copious amounts of Amarillo, Summit, and Cascade hops. Overkill never tasted so good. 6.6% abv

Trois Dames Sour Framboise* (Switzerland)  $11
It’s like someone got inside our dreams and brewed a beer based on what they saw. Starting life as a fairly rustic saison, this beer is then racked out into used red wine barrels and aged for several months on fresh raspberries. It emerges pinkish, with huge, fleshy raspberry flavors, and just a hint of phenolic mintiness.  6.8% abv

Boulder Beer Killer Penguin Barleywine*
Boulder, Colorado  $6
Falling somewhere between a classic malt-forward English barleywine and the hoppier American iterations, Killer Penguin is rich, assertive, and bone-warming. A whirlwind of caramel, dark fruit, chocolate and pine. 10% abv

Dieu du Ciel Dernière Volonté* (Canada)  $9.50
French for Last Will, this is a mix of Belgian and English brewing traditions. Complex flavours of hop flowers and spicy, fruity esters from our belgian yeast are perfectly balanced with the robust flavours and aromas of malt. The finish is commandeered by an assertive aroma from dry-hopping.  6.5% abv

Great Lakes Blackout Stout*
Cleveland, Ohio  $6.50
A bold, chocolatey, roasty imperial stout. The name has less to do with your probable fate after downing one too many of these, and more to do with the 2003 Northeastern blackout. a robust hop bill tames the sweetness. 9% abv

Mikkeller Tiger Baby* (Denmark)  $8
Brewed to commemorate Danish Electro-Pop group Tiger Baby’s third album “Open Windows, Open Hills,” Fresh pine, ripe citrus, and a bitter grapefuity finish round out this surprisingly straightforward, but no less successful,  pale  session ale. 5% abv

Ritterguts Gose* (Germany)  $8
A slightly tart wheat beer spiked with coriander and a hint of sea salt. This  version won its category at the 2013 World Beer Awards in London.  4.2% abv

CANADA

Unibroue Blonde de Chambly
Montreal, Quebec  $5.50
Produced from an interesting blend of unmalted Quebec wheat and pale barley malt, to which spices and natural aromatics are added, along with a light hopping.  5% ABV

GERMANY

Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier  $6.50      
From the world’s oldest brewery comes one of the best hefes in the world. A naturally cloudy wheat beer with A wonderful yeasty fragrance and taste. 5.4% abv

USA

Ommegang Fleur De Houblon  $5.50
This summer ale is refreshing a crisp, assertively bitter Belgian golden ale hopped exclusively with whole-cone Bravo hops—a very high alpha acid variety—this deceptively refreshing ale is reminiscent of pine resin, lemon mist, and long-lasting citron fruitiness.  6.8% abv

Oskar Blues Old Chub (Nitro)
Longmont, CO  $5.50
Strong Scotch-style ale, with loads of caramel and toffee, nutty spice, and a luxurious, velvety mouthfeel. 8% abv

Stillwater Folklore
Baltimore, Maryland  $6.50
A bracingly deep ale, built dark and rich with an elegantly lean body, accompanied by heady aromas of Belgian yeast, earthy hops and gently kissed by a wisp of smoke. 
8.4% 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

Toppling Goliath Tsunami Pale
Decorah, Iowa  $5
Waves of mandarin orange aroma swell into this light ale body, coasting to a smooth, easy finish. This Tsunami is a breezy ride, not too bitter, and a perfect summer session beer. 
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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