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  • 2,30 €
    Out of stock

    Chapeau Faro lambic beer brewed by Brewery De Troch of Wambeek (Ternat)

  • 24,50 €

    Brouwerij Girardin Brewery Pack (5 x 37.5 cl) : Girardin Gueuze (white label) Girardin Gueuze (black label) Girardin Framboise Girardin Kriek Girardin Faro

  • 4,50 €
    Out of stock

    Brouwerij Girardin Faro Spontaneous fermentation and re-fermented in the bottle. Corked bottle. Tip for keeping your brew in great condition : if you want to store, it is best to keep Girardin brews in a dark place between 10° and 15°C (50-59°F).

  • 2,10 €

    Brouwerij Lindemans Faro A perfectly balanced sweet syrup taste with a particularly ample sour-sweet finish. Today, our faro is the perfect beer for recovering after physical exertion. Lindemans Faro is the favourite beverage of amateur cyclists!

  • 3,70 €

    Brouwerij Lindemans Faro Lambic is one of the world's oldest beers. According to some, it is also the best, even if its characteristic acidity does not please all palates. Particularly appreciated after physical exertion, faro is not only easy to drink, it is a joy to do so.

  • 5,95 €

    Brouwerij Lindemans Faro Lambic is one of the world's oldest beers. According to some, it is also the best, even if its characteristic acidity does not please all palates. Particularly appreciated after physical exertion, faro is not only easy to drink, it is a joy to do so.

  • 52,50 €

    24 bottles including the crate Lambic is one of the world's oldest beers. According to some, it is also the best, even if its characteristic acidity does not please all palates.

  • 26,00 €

    Oud Beersel Oude/Vieux Faro Beer Box 3.1 L (310 cl) "Beer Box" or "Bag in Box" Oud Beersel Oude Faro stays fresh and is protected in it's box from sunlight and heath for up to 6 months.  (when kept under ideal temp conditions between 4 to 10°C = 39.2 to 50 F) Easy to store in fridge to stay fresh & cool

  • 3,70 €

    Timmermans Faro is produced by adding candy sugar to the lambic. Faro was very famous in the 19th century in the Brussels region.