Tasting Notes



Beautiful carbonation that gives a perfect foam collar. The yeast tickles the nose and makes you long for a drink. The taste is slightly mature with a nice soft bitter aftertaste that lingers for a while and makes you crave for more.

Hops used



Cascade: A hop used for the citrus aroma. Delivers a smooth aroma that is not too bitter.



Northern Brewer: Created and cultivated in the North of England ever since 1934. Now more widely available and popular for its delicate pine and mint aromas.


Centennial: Originally created in 1974 in the USA it became quickly a favourite for artisanal brewers for its nice and slightly sweet vanilla aroma.

7784 (opal)

7784: Found in 1994 in Waasten and confirmed as a unique variety that originally lived in the wild in that area of Belgium. Used to give the beer a fruity aroma.

Profile & Technical Information


Bux Blond Session

Technical Information

  • ALC: 2.8%
  • IBU: 28
  • EBC: 5
  • Ideal serving temperature: 6°
  • Shelf Life: 2 years from production date