Glasses / Mugs
Did you know you can order branded beer glasses emblazoned with the names of your favourite brewers? We offer branded beer glasses to make your beer tating the best experience it can be!
Just like our huge range of beers in keg, we’ve got glassware from a large number of breweries. Browse our website or use our search to find the perfect beerglass for your favourite brew. Among the branded stemware and straight glasses are Brasserie Huyghe – the brewery behind the world-famous Delirium Tremens, Abbaye de Chimay, Leffe, BrewDog, Hoegaarden, Leffe and many more.
Pouring pale gold with an inviting white head, the bouquet and palate alike offer a fine balance between light malts and citrusy, herbal hops flavours. Fresh and refreshing, Jupiler Pils has is a perfect beer whenever!
Bright gold capped by a creamy head, Tripel Karemliet breathes refined, complex vanilla and banana yeast notes with citrusy hops. This complex, vibrant, lively flavour profile is repeated on the soft, creamy palate with more fruity, bready malts and a beautifully judged bitterness.
AuthenticTrappist Ales are a truly unique way of brewing beer that combines centuries of artisanal savoir-faire and tradition with deeply held religious values of generosity, charity and love. If there’s a heaven, then they surely serve beer there, and they probably serve Trappist Beer. In the world of artisanal beer, these
Set in a light, watery body, this classic malt profile is backed by a grassy hops bite that brings with it a long bitter finish. And now it's available in 6-litre PerfectDraft keg format so you can pour a perfect pint every time.
The Germans from Crew Republic are embarking on the Perfectdraft with Drunken Sailor, their flagship IPA of the brewery!
This is an American IPA with a misty yellow color revealing intense aromas of caramel, malt, hops, citrus and herbs. On the palate, it's fresh and thirst-quenching, with flavors of pine, caramel, hops, malt, herbs, lemon and grapefruit.
Brewed with lemon zest, and coriander for the ultimate Blanche beer reshness, Hoegaarden Witbier pours attractive hazy pale yellow beneath a puffy white head. The aroma is an inviting mix of fine citrus and coriander with crisp wheat notes. This profile is echoed on the super-refreshing, light body with more zingy fruit and light airy wheat tones that lift the palate to a light, bright, perfectly refreshing finish.
The Affligem abbey has seen its fair share of challenges throughout history. In 1129, a huge fire struck the abbey, then it was further devastated in the fourteenth century during the war between Flanders and Brabant.
The Affligem brewery was also hit badly by the world wars. In 1917, the Germans dismantled Affligem’s tanks to take the copper, thus stopping all production. WWII also halted the brewery’s activity, but this was later resumed. In 1956, Elder Tobias decided to entrust the Affligem recipe to Hertog, a secular and independent brewer. And since 1970, Affligem beer has been produced in the Affligem brewery in Opwijk, a village near the abbey.