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Artisa'Malt dark beer

The Chandeleur festival is held every year on the same date, February 2.
The word “Chandeleur” takes its origin from “candles” meaning light and purity. The round shape and golden color of the pancakes represent a return to light. Indeed, as the days begin to lengthen, the arrival of spring heralds better days ahead. This year, Elodie brings you an original version of crêpes made with beer brewed in Terres-de-Meuse (Waremme). Bon appétit!

Suggested by

Élodie Keysers

Director of the Maison du Tourisme

Choose with care

The ingredients

For 2 people


  • 10 heaped tablespoons wheat flour (for pastries)
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 4 eggs
  • 33 cl Artisa’Malt dark beer (you can find some, among others, at Comptoir des Boissons in Tihange)
  • Butter (for baking)
Made with passion


40minutes Easy Cheap

1. Pour the flour and salt into a dish.

2. Stir in the eggs one by one, then the Artisa’Malt dark beer.

3. Mix well.

4. Cook the pancakes in a hot frying pan greased with a knob of butter.


Eat sweet or savory, let your imagination run wild.

We set the mood

In your kitchen

Flo Delavega – Printemps éternel

The team invites you to cook to music

A beautiful melody heralding longer days.