Our beers range


The triple blond is both simple and complex. Its initial simplicity, with an easy approach that releases a sweet zest is quickly complemented by a bitterness that runs to the back of the mouth. Complex, with its raw ingredients clashing a little like cannon shots, but each tastier than the last, with alternating bitter hops and the flexibility of its malt, gives this Waterloo beer the taste of victory.

  • Alcohol : 8%
  • Color : Blond
  • Fermentation: High
  • Type : Triple
  • Temperature : 4 – 6 °C
  • Formats : 33cl, 75cl, 15l keg


A coffee nose is combined with a tone of roots, but with a strong, disciplined character. Its flavour develops gradually, reminiscent, if you will, of the ardor of the soldiers of the Battle of Waterloo. Strong and reassuring, it provides a conclusion that tends primarily towards the sweet at the finish, a symbol of a well-deserved treat at the end of a busy day.

  • Alcohol : 8%
  • Color : Brown
  • Fermentation: High
  • Type : Double
  • Temperature : 4 – 6 °C
  • Formats : 33cl, 75cl, 15l keg


This beer’s presence is a noticeable result of a powerful nose that initially imposes its authority, followed by an equally imposing tinged flavor of nobility with a very stylish character. Languid, velvety tones accumulate, with natural roasted malts. There is a definitive, generous largesse to the beer’s sweetness, from real cane sugar, with a dark ruby majestic aftertaste. Its status ranks well above beers in its category.

  • Alcohol : 9,4%
  • Color : Dark Ruby
  • Fermentation: High
  • Type : Dark Triple
  • Temperature : 4 – 6 °C
  • Formats : 75cl


This is a genuine local product, the raw materials of which come from the fertile soil of the plains of Waterloo. The beer captivates the taste buds and requires a strategic approach, but it’s not tricky because it can be discovered via its forefront of malts and wheat followed by its slightly rougher back taste, which is bitter without being invasive. Once conquered, expect setbacks, however, because it is very charming but also cunning: ‘Bravery!’

  • Alcohol : 6%
  • Color : Light Blond
  • Fermentation: High
  • Type : Special beer farm type
  • Temperature : 5 °C
  • Formats : 15l keg and 20l one way keg


Produced at Mont-Saint-Jean farm, in limited quantities, the new Dark Récolte beer has enriched the Waterloo range. This farmhouse beer is a real local product – like its big sister, the Waterloo Récolte Blonde, it is brewed with raw materials from the battlefield of Waterloo. Fresh and elegant, this brown ale is light and hoppy. Brown sugar and roasted malt gives it a dark colour and very nice caramelized end notes on the pallate. This is an outstanding craft beer, as refreshing as it is surprising in its similarity to the famous beer drunk by the English soldiers in 1815 during the famous battle. A real achievement in brewing …. and history!

  • Alcohol : 6%
  • Color : Brown
  • Fermentation: Top
  • Type : Farm Beer
  • Temperature : 5 °C
  • Formats : 20l OW keg and 15l keg


Waterloo Strong Kriek is the new Belgian craft beer designed at Mont-Saint-Jean farm, on the Waterloo battlefield. Our master brewer has created the perfect blend between a top-fermentation beer and a typical cherry Lambic: a unique brew, a well-balanced fruity taste with a strong character. Our strongest Kriek ever!

  • Alcohol : 8%
  • Color : Red
  • Fermentation: Top fermentation & lambic
  • Type : Strong Kriek
  • Temperature : 4 – 6 °C
  • Formats : 33cl, 75cl, 20l OW keg and 15l keg