Specialities are beers that are rare or difficult to categorise into one of the generally used beer styles.
The flavours range from crisp, refreshing mild beers to full-bodied, sweet and strong beers. There are both top- and bottom-fermented beers as well as spontaneously fermented beers.
Some of the specialities are local traditional beers, and others are brand-new products. Examples of specialities are lambic, fruit beers, smoke beers, Trappist beers, flavoured beers, saison and sahti.
Try a Trappist beer with black label Emmental, kriek (cherry beer) with brie, smoke beer with BBQ-seasoned skewers or sahti with sauna-smoked ham.
The serving temperature of specialities ranges from well-chilled to slightly chilled, i.e. 7–14°C. Ask one of our expert salespersons about the perfect serving temperature!