De Keersmaeker brewery is specialized in production lambic-beers
Mort Subite is the most common brand name for a number of lambic beers brewed by the Belgian brewery Keersmaeker. The beers take their name from a café in Brussels, A La Mort Subite.
Mort subite means "sudden death" in French, but can also be used to refer to the final throw in a dice game. Underground trading once took place within A La Mort Subite - it was named after the speed at which one could lose one's money.
Brewery is currently owned by Alken-Maes (2nd largest in Belgium after InBev), a local subsidiary of Scottish & Newcastle group.
Flute-glass for Mort Subite
Bowl-glass for Mort Subite
Classical Geuze - a balanced mixture of old and young lambics.
Kriek Lambic - a blend of Lambic beer and cherries. New design, new receipe. Ideal dessert-beer!