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Cuvée des Trolls

The Cuvée des Trolls was created in 2000 in the tanks of microbrewery Le Brasse-Temps, which was established in Louvain-la-Neuve by Brasserie Dubuisson. It is an unfiltered blonde beer with a natural cloud.

Cuvée des Trolls Triple

The Cuvée des Trolls Triple was brewed for the first time to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Cuvée des Trolls.

Rasta Trolls

Developed in 2018, the Rasta Trolls is a special version of Cuvée des Trolls enriched with natural aromas of brown rum.

Surfine

With the Surfine, we are reviving a brand which originates from the rich history of Brasserie Dubuisson.

Pêche Mel Scaldis

Where the strongest Belgian beer and the taste of peaches come together…

Scaldis Blond

In 1998, Hugues Dubuisson introduced a new Scaldis aimed at lovers of blonde beer. The launch commemorated the 65th anniversary of the Scaldis Amber, introduced to the market all those years ago by his grandfather, Alfred.

Scaldis Triple

The Scaldis Triple was introduced in 2008.

It is a Scaldis Blond that is re-fermented in 75cl bottles. This in-bottle refermentation process makes the already very rich flavours of the Bush Blonde explode on your tongue.

Scaldis Amber

Introduced in 1933 under the name of “Bush Beer”, this is one of the oldest specialty beers in Belgium and the flagship brand of the Dubuisson Brasserie.

Scaldis refermentée

Introduced in 2008 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Scaldis Amber, this Triple is based on the Scaldis Amber that is then re-fermented in 75cl bottles.

Scaldis Noël

The Scaldis Noël was introduced in 1991 to respond to consumer demands for the ideal beer to add lustre to their end-of-year celebrations.

Scaldis Noël Premium

The Scaldis Noël Premium was introduced in 1991 to respond to the demands of consumers who wanted something special for their end-of-year celebrations.

Scaldis Prestige

The Scaldis Prestige is a Scaldis Amber that, rather than maturing in stainless steel tanks, has spent six months finishing in oak barrels.

Scaldis Prestige de Nuits

The Scaldis Prestige de Nuits was introduced to the market in 2008. To create this beer, the Scaldis Noël was matured for six to nine months in oak barrels that were previously used to mature Bourgogne de Nuits-St-Georges, one of the great Burgundy wines. 

Scaldis Prestige de Charmes

Hugues Dubuisson is always on the lookout for extraordinary products. It was in this spirit that he came up with the idea of maturing Scaldis Blond in oak barrels, which had previously been used to store white Burgundy wine, more specifically the famous Charmes Meursault.