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Before returning to the office , the employees played a quick last game and the one who lost was called the: "MORT SUBITE" or the sudden death. Very soon this name became well known and when THEOPHILE VOSSEN moved to this actual address in 1928 he decided to call his pub: "AT THE MORT SUBITE". The same name as this own beers.
Link: https://alamortsubite.com/en/ (Actived: Thursday May 23, 2019)
Only had time for a quick beer but glad we visited. The bar serves their own geuze style beers on tap and many more besides. The beer was unique and tasty, the service notably brusque and the surroundings oozed old world charm.
Link: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g188644-d262482-Reviews-La_Mort_Subite-Brussels.html (Actived: Saturday May 18, 2019)
A la Mort Subite, Brussels, Belgium. 2.8K likes. Cafe. Thanks for the suggestions! Now Hector and I are experiencing the same Trappist monks beer as Louise Ehrenblad did when she was the same age as Hector is. Or did you start younger mom?
Link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-la-Mort-Subite/152722014782770 (Actived: Monday Apr 22, 2019)
A LA MORT SUBITE. Mort Subite Austin, Texas. Austin, Texas is home to the first Belgian beer bar in the United States. In 1979, just two doors down from Mort Subite Austin, Gambrinus opened its doors selling the first Belgian beer to reach the U.S., Duvel!
Link: https://www.belgianbaraustin.com/ (Actived: Thursday May 23, 2019)
Link: https://www.facebook.com/MortSubiteAustin/ (Actived: Thursday May 16, 2019)
Inspired by some of Belgium’s most revered pubs, Mort Subite seeks to provide its patrons with a truly Belgian experience. With 24 taps pouring a variety of Belgian and local beers, and a cellar stocked with 40+ unique bottle offerings, Mort Subite features the most diverse assortment of Belgian beers in the city. In addition to its thoughtfully curated Belgian beer program, Mort Subite also
Link: https://www.austintexas.org/listings/mort-subite/9112/ (Actived: Monday May 20, 2019)
In Geuze & Kriek: The Secret of Lambic, Van den Steen says “the Mort Subite name appeared two years previously in 1970, when a well-known Brussels café and geuze blending business A la Mort Subite was taken over from the Vossen brothers”, some of which was purchased from the De Keersmaeker brewery. Eventually, De Keersmaeker took over the
Link: https://www.lambic.info/Brasserie_Mort_Subite (Actived: Saturday May 18, 2019)
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z07rZDik5sw (Actived: Saturday May 25, 2019)
Link: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g188644-d1019348-Reviews-A_La_Mort_Subite-Brussels.html (Actived: Sunday May 19, 2019)
A la Mort Subite is a large, old-fashioned, kind of touristy bar. There are plenty of tables, and it wasn't too crowded on a Tuesday after work. I didn't think the inside was that much to look at, but it does seem like a great place to try several different styles of Belgian beer.
Link: https://www.yelp.com/biz/a-la-mort-subite-bruxelles-5 (Actived: Thursday May 16, 2019)
Mort Subite is the brand name for a number of lambic beers brewed by the Belgian brewery Keersmaeker. The beers take their name from a café in Brussels, À 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 À La Mort Subite
Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mort_Subite (Actived: Wednesday May 15, 2019)