Adriaen Brouwer Oaked

Adriaen Brouwer Oaked is a dark brown biobeer with firm, beige head and was matured on wood
from sherry and whisky casks. This gives the dark brown tasting beer with 10% alcohol volume a
subtle wood note with it.

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Additional information

Beer content

33cl, 20L

Article number







Intense and challenging

Beer style

Barrel Aged

Colour of beer

Dark brown





Pouring temperature



Spicy and mature cheeses, Sweet desserts, Meat dishes


Adriaen Brouwer:

Adriaen Brouwer was born in 1605 in Oudenaarde. This painter and bon vivant had an eventful life, in which his free spirits, adventurous nature and interest in the seamy side of life were central, and in this, of course, beer could not be missing...
The Adriaen Brouwer range is part of Belgium's century-old brewery Roman. A brewery with a passion for producing unique beers with even more unique flavours...
The story begins in 1545 with Joos Roman, who is in Mater, part of Oudenaarde, a sort of
had bed and breakfast called "The Clocke" along the trade route from Germany to France. There was
an inn, a farm, a flour mill, a malting plant and a brewery. Brewing beer at the time was
just one of the many activities that took place there; only later did it become the main activity of the
The current imposing buildings and courtyard date from 1930, around this time the Brewery was
Roman transformed into a limited liability company. Under Louis Roman's leadership, the
brewery from a primarily lager-producing business to one with a diversity
to speciality beers that resonated with a wider audience of beer lovers and often won awards
won in competitions. The introduction of Sloeber (1983), Ename Abbey beers (1990), Mater white beer
(1993), Black hole (2005) and Gentse Strop (2011) accelerated the growth of the
Today, the Brewery is run by 14th-generation Carlo and Lode Roman. With feeling
for tradition and an eye for innovation, they too take the art of brewing to the highest standard
With a mission to create the perfect taste sensation