Belgian Ale

Furthermore Fluffy Black Clouds


What is it? Black Cloud from Furthermore Beer of Black River Falls.
Style: Black Cloud falls into the general category of Belgian dark ales. Color is all over the map — they can be amber, brown, dark black, deep red or bronze. Belgian yeast will be showcased in most. In both aroma and flavor, that means a range of floral, earthy, musty and fruity notes. Hops are used as an accent, mostly for balance, as opposed to bitterness. Belgian dark ales also come in a wide range of strengths, from 4% to 7% ABV.

A black, Belgian style beer. It’s fluffy.

Belgian Progression


Medium bodied, delicately balanced with fruity esters, subtle spicy notes and a dry finish

With the introduction of the Belgian Progression Pack, Sprecher Brewery presents a set of four Belgian ales all of which you can drink now, three of which can be aged to yield further delectable changes in their flavor profiles. The Belgian Progression Pack consists of four classic Belgian-style ales that range from an easy drinking low alcohol session ale (the Enkel) to a snifter worthy night cap (the Quad).

Loose Caboose


Nutty English malt, citrus-like American hops, and the fruit and spice character of Belgian yeast intermingle in this refreshing bronze-colored Belgo-American pale ale. As is often Belgian tradition, we fermented this beer without artificial refrigeration to increase dryness, strength, and complexity.

Fall Variety


Blue Moon strives to create uniquely-flavored, highly-drinkable, handcrafted beers. The Fall Variety Pack includes Harvest Pumpkin Ale, a sweet and spicy amber-colored ale, and several other carefully selected brews.

Prairie Moon


A Belgian-style farmhouse ale containing wheat, coriander and orange peel.

Pooltime Ale


Pooltime Ale is a refreshing Belgian-inspired Wheat Ale with light clove notes. The truly distinguishing feature is the use of 100% Montmorency tart cherries grown in the Traverse City region of Michigan.

Hell Hath No Fury...Ale


Originally conceived along the lines of a Belgian Dubbel, Hell Hath No Fury … Ale morphed during development into something entirely different.