Burgundian Coffee & Waffles holds his Belgian-style waffle alongside his Belgian-style Tripel craft beer collaboration with Revival in Cranston.

With a Pop-Up from Burgundian Coffee & Waffles

One day we were brunchin’ hard on some waffles and washing ’em down with some of our tasty beverages and thought, damn this would make a tasty brew. So we called our homie at Burgundian Coffee & Waffles and went and dumped a bunch of their Liège-style waffles and Belgian pearl sugar into a batch of Tripel and boom, this magical beer was born. Being a Belgian-style Tripel we just had to call it Wafel too. Smooth and complex, it’s best enjoyed by those who love food and beer, both in quality and quantity and shared among friends. 

This golden deliciousness weighs in at 12% ABV and 42 IBUs. 4-packs will be available for the first time ever from our brewery on Thursday, January 24th at 5 PM. Burgundian will be taking over our kitchen that night serving up both sweet and savory waffle dishes to fill your bellies. Here’s a sample of their menu. 

Fried Chicken & Waffles with a Maple & Stout Butter and BBQ Sauce Drizzle

Wafel Ale Brined-Pork Belly topped with Beer-brown sugar soaked pineapple

Stout-Candied Bacon, Banana, Peanut Butter Drizzle

Chocolate Obsession – Chocolate Stuffed Waffle, Nutella, Strawberries, Whipped Cream, Stout-Fudge Drizzle

Banana Churro Supreme – Cinnamon & Sugar, Bananas, Whipped Cream, Salted Wafel-Ale Caramel

Winter Denial – Mascarpone Whipped Cream, Fresh Berries, IPA Lemon Curd

All pair nicely with Wafel as a tasty beverage to wash it down. So get here early before those pesky Beer Gnomes steal it all. 

Introducing Wild Beary Sour Ale – so fruit-tastic it’ll make your head explode… from all that tarty goodness that is. Packed with a blend of passion fruit, guava, mango, apricot, and strawberry. Bursting with so much tarty flavor we could bearly contain it. So we’ve canned it and passing along the deliciousness to you. But hurry, because this limited release won’t last long.

Available from our tasting room beginning Friday, June 15th at 5PM.

If you’re drinking green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, then you’re doing it wrong. Instead of that American fizz with added food coloring, celebrate with a traditional dry Irish stout poured on nitro for extra deliciousness. We’re canning a fresh batch of tallboys next week that will be ready for your enjoyment by one of our favorite holidays. Stock up at our tasting room on Friday, March 16th from 5PM until it’s gone.