Elfique beers are Belgian craft beers brewed using traditional methods. Our primary aim is to offer a range of products which are delicious to drink and which provide a sometimes intriguing balance of flavours. A ‘legendary’ beer, mysterious, with balanced flavours, full-bodied or refreshing – discover the Elfique which suits you best!
- 7% alc./vol.
- This amber beer is 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.
- As an aperitif with dried fruit or nuts, such as almonds, hazelnuts or cashew nuts.
- With main dishes such as Liege-style meatballs, rabbit with spéculoos sauce, casseroled or roast pork or poultry.
- To accompany strong, hard cheeses like Comté.
- With desserts such as crème brûlée.
Elfique Triple Brune
- 8% alc./vol.
- A Triple dark beer with a complex character, refermented and unfiltered.
- It brings to the fore a nice light bitterness combined with flavours of liquorice, apple syrup and prunes.
- Gold Medal 2016 at the Concours International de Lyon.
- Bronze Medal 2016 at the Barcelona Beer Challenge.
- Voted best Walloon dark beer in May 2016.
- As an aperitif with dried fruit, or nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts or cashew nuts
- With main dishes such as beef or large and small game with sauce.
- To accompany very strong cheeses such as blue cheeses, Herve cheese, or Chorchire.
- With desserts such as chocolate mousse.
- 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!
- Hints of various flavours: a touch of lychee, flavoured with hops.
- With an appetizer, it will go really well with slightly spicy food, or with strong taste, such as rocket. It’s best to avoid fish in favour of deep-fried, stir-fried dishes.
- For main dishes, pork, poultry and small game in a tasty sauce are perfect companions of IPA, which won’t dominate the strong meat flavours. It’s best to avoid very spicy dishes as the IPA might increase the spiciness.
- At the end of a meal, IPA goes really well with fruity desserts, complementing a slightly acidic coulis, for example.
- 5.5% alc./vol.
- With 30% wheat, this white 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.
- Just as an aperitif: light and thirst-quenching, it will stimulate your appetite!
- With an appetiser, it’s great with light salads, shell fish and other seafood.
- For the main course, for that perfect marriage between beer and your dish, it goes best with white meat and the delicate taste of fish, in a white sauce for instance.
- Elfique Blanche is the best companion for ice-cream or fruit-based desserts, or even … custard!