A taste of mystery
Dark beer with a high alcohol content.
Dark chocolate and roasted aromas enhanced by a woody and vanilla note brought by the maceration of oak chips during ageing.
Beer made from Elfique Blanche and Cuberdon syrup prepared by the last artisan confectioner in Belgium (Le Roi du Cuberdon).
7% alc./vol. The perfect compromise between a blonde beer and a dark beer: generous, full-bodied and soft, with a fresh aftertaste. A suggestion of bitterness, it contains malted barley.
Elfique Triple Brune
8% alc./vol. A Triple dark beer with a complex character, refermented and unfiltered. Slight bitterness combined with flavours of liquorice, apple syrup and prunes.
6% alc./vol. An “India Pale Ale” style beer: fresh and revitalising, with its pronounced bitterness it quenches any thirst and will be a clear choice as an aperitif!
5.5% alc./vol. With 30% wheat, this beer is cloudy but not as much as other comparable white beers. Fresh-tasting citrus flavours, with subtle hints of coriander and orange peel, Elfique Blanche is thirst-quenching.
Elfique Triple Blonde
Blonde in character with an element of bitterness, with spicy notes in the mouth.
Combines the strength of its 8% vol with fresh and fruity notes from the hop.
Refreshing and fresh, with a pronounced, but not overpowering bitterness. Subtle tones of the malt and spring water. Beautiful golden colour. It is safe to say that this is a traditional beer with the flavour of the Liege Pils of 50 years ago.
A craft beer
Elfique is a craft beer, from the hills of Aywaille, in the heart of an isolated hamlet. Today it is brewed on the left bank of the river Amblève, at Raborive. The site is the source of many legends, rooted in history since the early 16th century, at a time when the power of the river was first being exploited. An austere setting, with steep cliffs, and an enchanted valley that is both wild and solitary.
A taste of mystery
Elves often feature in stories about the Amblève valley, such as those told by the Belgian writer Marcellin La Garde. From those stories, it’s L’Elfe de la Belle Roche which is the origin of the name Elfique.
Where can I find it?
In compliance with the all the safety regulations in force, a reduced team is continuing to produce our beers. Unless there are changes in the advice given by the authorities, everyone will be able to find their favourite Elfique beer throughout the lockdown period.Read more
Article published on “Les Ambassadeurs” page on the RTBF website. Elfique is a craft beer brewed in the little village of Sur la Heid located above the Heid des Gattes in the commune of Aywaille in the Province of Liège. It has been brewed since 2005 by André Grolet, who produced it, in his microbrewery now […]Read more
Article published in the Couette de l’Ours blog. After 2 years spent travelling around the world to find out all the secrets of this beverage, André Grolet returned to the old family farm at Aywaille, to create, produce and develop his own elixir and his own brand. On top of that, he studied hard and became […]Read more