Belle-Vue Kriek is a spontaneous fermentation beer with an alcohol content of 5.1%. This lambic-based cherry beer is Belle-Vue's most popular. Per 600 liter of beer, 60 kg of cherries are added to create this sweet and sour Kriek.
Serving temperature: 2-6°C
Brewery Belle-Vue was for almost a century one of Brussels’ best known lambic breweries. In 1991, the brewery was taken over by what is currently the group AB Inbev and the brewing was moved elsewhere. The historical brewery building near the centre of Brussels has been renovated and is currently used as Meininger Hotel.
Besides this cherry beer, Belle-Vue produces many other lambic beers, including a very sweet Kriek called Kriek Extra which contains even more cherries than this regular Kriek beer and has a lower alcohol content.