La Chouffe

Brasserie D‘Achouffe is nestled in the rolling green hills in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes mountains, a location rumored to be the mystical home to the Chouffe gnomes.
Founded in 1982, the specialty beers of Achouffe have gained acclaim and passionate loyalty in many countries worldwide.

The flagship product is La Chouffe a hazy, golden-blonde ale with a distinctive flavor of fresh fruits and beguiling hoppiness.

Chouffe Alcohol Free has a fresh and fruity body with a soft, gentle bitterness. The bitterness flows out into a rather dry aftertaste. With it’s fresh aromas of cereal and the typical spicy accent of Chouffe beers this refreshing, thirst quenching alcohol free blond Belgian ensures the quality of Chouffe in an alcohol free beer. Thanks to the NEW Chouffe Alcohol Free, now every occasion has its Chouffe!
The Houblon Chouffe starts off with a discernible citrus touch, with grapefruit prominently there, before blending into its herbal, green hoppy character. Unsurprisingly this is a determinedly bitter beer, supported by a generous alcohol content and a pleasant, drying finish. A potent and characterful beer, both for lovers of this style, as well as for real connoisseurs.
Cherry Chouffe The gnomes love Achouffe beers. But they also appreciate the juicy cherries that grow in their land of fairies. The Chouffe gnomes gathered the cherries and stored them in the brewery loft.
The old ceiling collapsed under the weight of the fruit. The cherries fell into a vat of Mc Chouffe that was being prepared. The mischievous gnomes said nothing about it. Surprised to discover a glowing red beer with a fruity taste, the Master Brewer finally decided to transfer it to barrels. The new Cherry Chouffe is a fruit beer full of surprises
A deliciously refreshing Mc Chouffe, supplemented by delicious fruit. The aroma is full of sour cherries, but you also detect strong notes of strawberry, marzipan and sweet port
In the lightly sweet flavour, you will also detect the red fruit , together with almond notes and subtle spices. It ends with a warming aftertaste with a slight bitterness.