All beer descriptions were found on Brewery Ommegang's website


A Duvel is still seen as the reference among strong golden ales. Its bouquet is lively and tickles the nose with an element of citrus which even tends towards grapefruit thanks to the use of only the highest-quality hop varieties. This is also reflected in the flavour, which is beautifully balanced with a hint of spiciness. Thanks to its high CO2 content, this beer has a wonderful roundness in the mouth. A Duvel is both the perfect thirst quencher and the ideal aperitif. 8.5% ABV


Duvel Single is a draught variant of Belgium's best selling specialty ale Duvel. The Single Fermentation refers to the fact that it undergoes just one fermentation process. This gives it a gentle hoppiness, a mild aroma, and a subtle, fruity bite. 6.8% ABV


Gnomegang has a rich, translucent golden hue with a big, fluffy, white head. Distinctive clove aromas, combined with yeasty fruitiness typical of Chouffe beers. Flavors include ripe fruit, clove, light caramel, non-cloying candy sweetness, smooth maltiness, and well-balanced hopping. Dry, warming finish that lingers gracefully. 9.5% ABV


A classic abbey dubbel; with elegant sweetness, lightly caramelized flavor, translucent tawny-brown body, luscious head, and floral bouquet. A delicate balance between malts and hops gives way to hints of toffee and chocolate in the finish.
Its velvety smoothness belies the 8% alcohol content. This ale can be stored upright for up to three years, in a dark, cool place at 42-50 F. This keeps the lees (or yeast) settled in the bottle. The yeast keeps the beer alive and protects it from ageing. You can drink the beer later; it will just become sweeter and feel denser in the mouth, much like an old port. 

8% ABV


A beautifully clean and balanced sour ale that drinks like white wine. 6.9% ABV


Hearty and rustic golden ale. Full-bodied, hoppy and crisp.

7.7% ABV


This golden-bodied triple is replete with a festive sparkle, complex aroma, lush body and creamy head. Sweetness and fruitiness join hoppy spiciness in a balanced, long, warm finish. This is strong ale, but the balance, finish, and velvety smoothness make this 10% brew smooth and quaffable. Like the abbey dubbel this ale can be cellared, standing upright, for up to three years, in a dark, cool place at 42-50 F. You can drink the beer later; it will become sweeter and feel denser in the mouth, and develop honeyed notes. In Belgium, the flavors of this triple ale make it a treasured ingredient in fine cooking. 

10% ABV


A combination of Oud Bruin and Kriek, blended and aged to create a well balanced Flemish Brown Ale. 5.6% ABV


Unique Belgian-style blend of Ommegang Quadruple ale and Liefmans Kriek. 9.7% ABV

These are the annual beers offered by the brewery. To view the seasonals, visit their website.