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|Owner||Duvel Moortgat Brewery|
The Brasserie d'Achouffe is a Belgian brewery based in Achouffe. It was founded in 1982 by two brothers-in-law, Pierre Gobron and Christian Bauweraerts, as a hobby. In September 2006, the brewery was bought by the brewery group Duvel Moortgat.
Brasserie d'Achouffe produces several different beers, including:
- La Chouffe, a blond beer (8% ABV), available in 33cl and 75cl bottles, magnum (called "Big Chouffe") and 20l barrels.
- Mc Chouffe, a Scotch ale (brown beer, 8.0% ABV), available in 33cl and 75cl bottles, and in 20l barrels.
- Houblon Chouffe, a heavily hopped ale (triple beer, 9% ABV), described as a marriage between an Imperial IPA and a Belgian tripel. It is available in 33cl and 75cl bottles, and in 20l barrels.
- N'Ice Chouffe, a winter beer (brown, 10% ABV), available in 33cl and 75cl bottles or in 20l barrels.
- Chouffe Bok 6666, an amber ale known as bockbeer (6,66% ABV), available in autumn in 33cl and 75cl bottles and barrels, only available in the Netherlands.
- Chouffe Soleil, a seasonal beer, made during the summer (6% ABV).
It also produces other beverages:
- Esprit d'Achouffe, an eau de vie distilled from 5-years-old beer (40% ABV)
- Chouffe Coffee, a liquor made of the Esprit d'Achouffe (25% ABV)
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