Salon de Provence -is an official distributor of the world famous Belgian beers brands

31 october 2016
Salon de Provence - is an official distributor of the world famous Belgian beers brands. The history of these beer brands is unique, and the descendants of the founders of many breweries living today, continue the production of high-quality beer in the best traditions.
Here, in Salon de Provence, you can buy these beer brands at exclusive prices. 


“Bières de Chimay” was founded in theScourmont Abbey in the Belgian municipality of "Chimay" in 1862. In order to ensure their needs Trappist monks have mastered the art of brewing and cheese making.
Chimay is a trademark of the Belgian Trappist beer, which is produced in the territory of the Notre-Dame-de-SkurmonAbbey in the municipality of Chimay in Belgian province of Hainaut. It accounts for about a quarter of total produced volume of Trappist beers. Due to high quality and stunning performance, products Trappist monks became popular and loved all over the world. Fifty percent of beer under the brand name "Chimay" is sold in export markets.
“Bières de Chimay” is made exclusively from natural ingredients: water, malted barley, wheat, sugar, hops, and yeast extract. The water for the beer comes from the purest source located inside the monastery walls. After fermentation, the beer is transported from the monastery to the place of bottling - 12 km from the monastery. After bottling, beer is returned to the monastery, where before sending the market passes a secondary fermentation in bottles for three weeks in special rooms with controlled humidity and temperature. In 1988, the brewery was reconstructed and today the new facilities allow producing more than 12 megalitres of beer annually.


«Chimay Red» 

Chimay Red is noted for its coppery colour which makes it particularly attractive. Topped with a creamy head, it gives off a light, fruity apricot aroma produced by the fermentation. The taste perceived in the mouth is a balance confirming the fruity nuances noticed in the fragrance. Its taste, which imparts a silky sensation to the tongue, is made refreshing by a light touch of bitterness. To the palate, the taster perceives a pleasant astringency which complements the flavour qualities of this beer very harmoniously. This top fermented Trappist beer, refermented in the bottle, is not pasteurised.

Alc. 7 % vol.

      0.33L         0.75L


«Chimay Blue»

Chimay Blue is principally distinguished by its character of a strong beer. This is a beer whose fragrance of fresh yeast with a light, flowery rosy touch is especially pleasant. Its flavour, noticed when tasting it, only accentuates the pleasant sensations perceived in the aroma, while revealing a light but pleasant touch of roasted malt. This top fermented Trappist beer, refermented in the bottle, is not pasteurised.

Alc. 9 % vol.

      0.33L             0.75L


«Chimay Triple»

ChimayTripel, with its typical golden colour, its slightly hazy appearance and its fine head is especially characterised by its aroma which results from an agreeable combination of fresh hops and yeast. The beer’s flavour, as sensed in the mouth, comes from the smell of hops: above all it is the fruity notes of muscat and raisins that give this beer a particularly attractive aroma. The aroma complements the touch of bitterness. There is no acidity, but an after-bitterness which melts in the mouth. This top fermented Trappist beer, refermented in the bottle, is not pasteurised.

Alc. 8 % vol.

    0.33L           0.75L


«Chimay Gold»

This hazy golden Trappist Belgian Pale Ale has a large, billowy head and an aroma of citrus and pear with peppery and spicy notes. Flavor is like the aroma, with low bitterness and a hint of coriander and orange marmalade. Light in body, lower in alcohol, and with a semi-dry finish, ChimayDorée has until recently been reserved for the monks of Scourmont Abbey and guests at their inn, Auberge de Poteaupré. 

Alc. 4,8 % vol.




Belgian dark beer “Kwak” is the pride of Belgium and beloved drink all over the world, which originated in the XVIII century in the Buggenhottown.

In Napoleon’s time, Pauwel Kwak was a brewer and the owner of the De Hoorn inn (near Brussels). Mail coaches stopped there every day, but at that time coachmen were not allowed to leave their coach and horses,” “As a result, the inventive innkeeper had a special Kwak glass blown that could be hung on the coach. In this way, the coachman had his Kwak beer safely at hand.

According to another legend beer is called due to the fact that after you make the first sip of beer and set it in place, the sound is produced like a "Kwak" when beer is filling the lower bowl of the glass.

Beer was once national cuisine in East Flanders, but eventually disappeared from the market.

Brewery "Bostils (BrouwerijBosteels)" restored the recipe of the beer, and since 1980 it offers as it was before, in a special glass with a wooden holder. Glass that is popular today is perhaps not less than the beer itself is very highly valued by collectors.

“BrouwerijBosteels”restored the recipe of the beer, and since 1980 it serves it as it was before, in a special glass with a wooden holder. This glass is popular today perhaps not less than the beer itself and is very highly valued by collectors
  0.33L         0.75L
“BrouwerijBosteels”restored the recipe of the beer, and since 1980 it serves it as it was before, in a special glass with a wooden holder. This glass is popular today perhaps not less than the beer itself and is very highly valued by collectors



«Tripel Karmeliet»

Belgian light beer “TripelKarmeliet” is a three-grain beer, with final fermentation in bottle, which was brewed for the first time in 1679 in the Abbey of the Carmelites brotherhood in the Dendermonde. The word "Triple" in the name of this beer has three meanings: a triple fermentation, the density of the wort of triple abbey ales, as well as the use of three cereals: wheat, barley and oats - according to the monasteryrecipe of the XVII century. Thanks to the wonderful aroma of yeast and hops used this variety is one of the finest in Belgium.

By the way, Belgium is famous for its huge assortment of special, fantastic tasty beer. Most varieties of this wonderful drink are prepared by old, traditional recipes. The Belgians are proud of that.

A small family brewery Bostilswas able to find and restore the recipe of monastery beer "TripelKarmeliet".

This three-grain beer brewed with Steiermark hops has good herbal flavours. It owes its fruity character (banana and vanilla) to the home-cultured yeast.

The vanilla mingles with the orange-like aroma from the hops. Not only does it have the lightness and freshness of the wheat, it also has the creaminess of oats and a herbal, lemony dryness almost reminiscent of quinine.

There is plenty of citrus in the note, also bitter lemon and sugar. A bit of malt on the tongue combined with sweet ripe fruit - exotic like banana. The finish also offers light citrusy touches but sweet malts as well.

"TripelKarmeliet" was recognized as the best light ale beer inthe prestigious competitions "World Beer Awards".

  0.33L         0.75L



The name "Piraat" was given to this Belgian beer not only for strong and powerful taste, but also thanks to the great nutritional value, which is able to satisfy hunger and thirst of pirates in their long sea journeys. Furthermore, the beverage can be stored for a long time. It can be called elegant, perfectlyharmonious with such delicacies as lobster or foiegras.

The history of the brewery "Van Steenberge" which produces this hopped drinkstarted in 1784. That's when Frenchman Jean-Baptiste de Bruin opened in Ertvelde "De Peer" company.Family business was continued by many descendants of the famous brewer. And in the beginning of the XX century, another heiress, Margaret De Bruin, married a Belgian Paul Van Steenbergen, who, incidentally, was a professor of microbiology at Ghent brewing school.

He led the factory. In 1919 the company was named "Brouwerij Bios" in the honor of the beer line, which at that time was made at the brewery.

Belgian light beer "Piraat" (Pirate) has a rich amber color with dense snow-white foam, able to charm noble beer lover with bitter, spicy, malty aroma, combined with a complex sweet taste of the drink and a long semi-sweet-bitter aftertaste. Very rare Belgian beers, which taste is so interesting and unique if you try it just once become a fan forever. Piraat matures in barrels for quite a long time and it only gets better and tastier.



«Gulden Draak»

Do you know that the Belgian beer "Gulden Draak (Golden Dragon)" owes its name to the eponymous gold-plated statue situated at the top of "steeple" of the bell tower of the Belfry Tower in the Belgian town of Ghent?

And after a hundred years, after a crusade, Fleming Baldwin IX - Flemish Count, who at the time was the emperor of Constantinople, sent the statue of golden dragon on their historical homeland - in a small village Biervliet in north of the Ghent city. By the way, "Biervliet" is translated as "flow of beer". A few years later, after learning that such a relic - a golden dragon statue belongs to that tiny village, the inhabitants of the nearby town of Bruges cloudy night attacked Biervlietand captured the statue. The Belgian city of Bruges today is listed as the chocolate capital of Belgium. In 1382, after the battles between Ghent and Bruges in Beverhout, the winners - the inhabitants of the city of Ghent took the gold statue of a dragon as a war trophy and posted it on the steeple of Belfry Tower, where it is located and this day. The tower kept all the major and important city documents. Golden Dragon was supposed to defend and protect the most important thing for the citizens, as well as being a symbol of freedom and power of the city of Ghent.










ВrouwerijLindemans - Belgian family brewery based in Vlezenbeek, a small town in Flemish Brabant, south-west of Brussels. The plant specializes in the production of "Lambic" beer. History of "Lindemans" began in the eighteenth century as a family farm with a small brewery. Patriarch of the Lindemans brewery was France, brother of Gaasbeek’s Judge. Commercial brewing of the beer began in 1811. In 1930, due to the growing success of the brewery, agricultural activity has been stopped. The production of "Kriek" and "Gueuze" began. In 1978 they produced their first Faro.

In 1979, "Lindemans" has become the first brand of "Lambic" which was imported into the United States. In 2003, they expanded the production to 8 million liters per year and added a line for bottles of 0.25 ml, and began to sell beer to the Chinese market in 2007. The company is still a family business; it is ruled by the brothers: Nestor and Rene for a long time, and after that, their sons, Dirk and Geert took over.

Brewery "Lindemans" mastered the unique natural method based on the use of pure cherry juice from unfrozen “Schaerbeekse”cherries.

Cherry juice is mixed with “Lambic” beer of different ages. This original method eliminates the need to regulate the amount of sugar in a beverage required for further fermentation.








Belgian brewery “Huyghe-Brouwerij”.It all starts with the Belgian city of Melle, the town Appelhoek, where undoubtedly brewing business started to be engaged since 1654.

In 1906, the brewery gets the name “Brouwerij-Mouterij den Appel”.

After reconstruction, in 1938, the brewery was renamed to “SPRL Brasserie Léon Huyghe”.

On the 26th of December 1989 appeared a famous beer brand“Delirium Tremens”, translated as “Blue Devils”. “Delirium Tremens” is the classic Belgian golden ale. The specific character and unique flavor came from the use of three different varieties of yeast. Original bottle resembles the Cologne ceramics and colorful label contributed to the success of this beer. The label shows the various stages of “Blue Devils”, this pink elephant first, then green crocodile monster and finally terrifying bird like in the Hitchcock movie. Of course, everyone prefers to be on the first stage - a pink elephant. In 1997, the flagship brand of “Delirium Tremens” beerparticipated in the nomination “The Best Beer in the World”.



                                                    «DELIRIUM TREMENS»                                                           

Lightbeer, pasteurized, filtered.

Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops, yeast.

Type of beer: strong pale ale.

Method of production: top-fermented beer with a secondary fermentation in the bottle.

Serving temperature: 7°C.

Color: slightly cloudy gold with a white hood.

Alc. 8,5% vol.




  0.33L 0.75L



Darkbeer, pasteurized, filtered.

Ingredients: barley malt,“Morello” cherries, cherry juice, sugar, yeast, hops, water, flavors.

Type of beer: strong fruity beer.

Production Method: top-fermented beer.

Serving temperature: 5°C.

Color: dark red with a white hood.

Alc. 8,5% vol. 




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