List of products by brewery Fantôme

Brasserie Fantôme - Soy, Belgium

  • Brasserie Fantôme BOO! Burgondian Babble Belt 

  • Brasserie Fantôme Brise-BonBons! With joy and a little bit of mischief, brewer Dany Prignon dedicates this very bitter beer to all of the many varieties of brise-bonbons - literally, ball-breakers - in the world. Dany Prignon intended to make a beer too bitter for a normal person to enjoy. The problem is, everyone loves it! Guess we’re all just a bunch of...

  • Brasserie Fantôme Coffee Ruby Very Bitter Taste - Dark Version

  • Brasserie Fantôme Dark Forest Ghost Dark Saison

  • Brasserie Fantôme Dark White pours clear copper with a small white head. Smells funky and peppery. Taste is funk and vinegar.

  • Brasserie Fantôme de Sergio Belgian ale brewed with spices

  • Fantôme in Flowers Collab Brew with Parasite Productions (Berlin-D) Through a mutual love for the use of creative ingredients to brew adventurously, a collaboration between the Belgian brewing legend Dany of Fantôme and Berlin based gypsy brewing duo, Cristal and Richie of Parasite Produktions transpired.

  • Fantôme La Dalmatienne

  • Brasserie Fantôme Magic Ghost pours with a hazed GREEN body with a white head. Flavors show a light acidity, grainy, sweet, bready, green tea, pils malt, funk and phenols. Lively bubbles and quite dry. Nice experience and extremely fine green-tea-beer from Master-Brewer Dany Prignon.

  • Brasserie Fantôme Pissenlit Dany Prignon, the offbeat brewer at Brasserie Fantôme, will try anything, and the results are always interesting. A brew made from dandelions would be worth a try if only because no one has ever brewed one before, but the great news is that this is actually a very good beer.

  • Brasserie Fantôme Saison Printemps (Spring) is a classic artisanal farmhouse ale brewed with spices.

  • Brasserie Fantôme Saison (Sur Lie) There are many drinkers out there who believe Fantôme Saison Sur Lie is the “Nectar of the Gods.” Certainly no other brewer like Dany Prignon makes beer like this, in Belgium or anywhere. How many beers of 8% plus offer such fresh fruitiness? A solid Belgian saison beer at its base, with an unusual overlay of fruitiness.

  • Brasserie Fantôme Spøkespøk We ain't afraid of - NO Boil !! Unboiled Saison brewed with Kveik yeast strain-cultures.