Brouwerij De Troch

Visit the bucolic countryside around Brussels and discover Wambeek and the Brewery De Troch, which produce the “CHAPEAU” fruit beers. A 19th century land-use plan of the area mentions a brewery owned by a certain Petronnella De Troch. Even older records indicate that her father, Pieter De Troch, was running a brewery on the same site in the late 18th century. Petronnella married Egidius De Troch and in 1898 their son Louis took the family business over. Louis Married J. De Neve, and their son, also Louis, inherited the brewery and farm in 1936. The same Louis married M.L. Van den Moortel. Their nephew Jos Raes and his wife M. Vanderhasselt took on the family tradition in 1974 and have been running this rare craft brewery ever since. In 2002, their son Pauwel Raes joined his parents into the family business.

http://www.detroch.be/

De Troch Winter Gueuze


This unique Gueuze is flavored with raisins and winter spices....

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De Troch Oude Kriek


This is Oude Kriek. This is certainly not the sweetened version, although it might come with a similar label....

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De Troch Oude Kriek


This is Oude Kriek. This is certainly not the sweetened version, although it might come with a similar label....

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De Troch Oude Gueuze


This beer has been recognized by the Belgium authority as a region product of Vlaams Brabant....

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