8.0% 0,33 L
Bright fruity aroma with caramel malt and floral hints. Flavours of caramel and fruit sweetness are repeated, and bitterness herbs can be felt at the end.
Brewery Waterloo is much older than the well-known historical event under the same name. In the Middle Ages, more precisely in 1456, Brasserie du Marche brewery was opened. At the time, they made traditional dark and strong beer which was appreciated as being of high-quality, pungent, and giving energy. Before the battle of Waterloo the Duke of Wellington has established its military camp near Brasserie du Marche brewery, and local beers reminiscent of their home country Stauton were sold to boost the courage of soldiers. On 15 June 1815 the legend of Waterloo beer was born, and although Napoleon lost the battle, but in 1965 commemorating the 150th anniversary of this historical event, the brewery brewed beer named after Napoleon, rather than Wellington. In 1971 the brewery was closed, but in the beginning of the twenty-first century enthusiastic investors revived it and now the brewery has resumed production of the traditional old brewery’s beer.