Brasserie La Caracole

Truly artisanal Brasserie La Caracole is located in a small village Falmignoul, Province of Namur, Wallonia in southern Belgium, close to the French border. All styles are bottle conditioned (second fermentation with yeast in the bottle), unfiltered and un-pasteurized. Nostradamus and Saxo are also available in 20L kegs. The recurring theme on each label is that of spiral snail shell from which the brewery takes its name. Apparently the snail is the emblem of Namur and the word for a snail in local Namurois dialect is "Caracole".

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Caracole Nostradamus


A very complex artisanal Wallonian brown ale, rich, warming, little piquant in the mouth with licorice, mocha flavors, pear and toasted bread background notes, perfect...

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Caracole Ambree


A quite complex artisanal Wallonian ale with amber/orange color, and thick white rocky head with a good lace. Suggestions of a floral wheatiness in the...

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Caracole Troublette


An artisanal Wallonian white ale. Lightly spiced wheat beer of great complexity, starts off with aroma of mangoes, apples, citric fruit, wheat, yeast and finishes...

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Saxo


A very complex artisanal Wallonian blond ale with an unusual hoppiness, bitterness and a touch of spice. Bizzare grainy punch of taste preceding hops and...

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