Kagua combines the brewing expertise of Belgium with flavors and spirit of Japan. The recipe was perfected in Japan, using Japanese fruits and spices like yuzu and sansho, and it is brewed in Belgium. The end result is a spicy, fruity, rich and bold that takes full advantage of the deep, eclectic Belgian approach to beer-making. And while both Kagua beers are great for sipping on their own, they are designed to be paired with the finest foods. Pull out the wine glasses, fill them with either Kagua beer, and enjoy with your favorite home-cooked meal - or at your favorite restaurant.
Imagine a mix between a Belgian wit and a full-bodied Belgian blonde ale, and you've got Kagua Blanc. The first thing you'll notice is the nose and the Japanese yuzu fruit that gives it its beautiful citrus nose. It pours out with a full, creamy head like a wit, but the flavor takes on a much deeper profile, showing off the malt, especially the wheat, and its Belgian spiciness. Kagua beers are designed to be paired with the finest foods, so make your favorite dish, pour some Kagua into your favorite wine glass and enjoy the night.
Kagua Rouge is unlike any beer you've tried before. It's a little like a Flemish red, a little like a Belgian wit and a whole lot of Japanese and Belgian craftsmanship with its yuzu and coriander flavors. It pours with a beautiful ruby body and a head that lasts and lasts. The nose is fruity and malty. The body is full and malty, yet still elegant, and has slightly peppery bite from the Japanese spice of sansho. Kagua beers are designed to be paired with the finest foods, so make your favorite dish, pour some Kagua into your favorite wine glass and enjoy the night.