Waterloo Recolte is traditional Belgian farm beer, in the same family as saisons.All of the ingredients it is made with can be sourced from the fields around Waterloo and in the near future, hops will be harvested from the brewery’s own hop field.
The Ferme de Mont Saint-Jean is located in a historic square farm building built around a courtyeard at the end of the Waterloo battlefield, a stone’s throw from the Lion monument. During the battle of 1815, the farm was the site of a field hospital. With these facts in mind, it is a nice touch that the recipe for Waterloo Recolte is based on the beer that was drunk by the soldiers in 1815.
Waterloo Recolte Blonde is a genuinely quaffable beer. Slight tart notes are provided by the wheat and are accompanied by malt flavours and a pleasant hop bitterness that never dominates.
(Allergens will be in Bold)
Water, Barley Malt, Wheat, Hops, Yeast and Flavourings
Name and address
John Martin Rue du Cerf 191, Genval, 1332, Belgium