Some of you may have noticed that a Belgian Beer Bar had come alive in Downtown Austin.
The name Mort Subite translates to “sudden death” in French. Their aim of the space is to “make you feel like you’re in Belgium.
Mort will offer sabering of bottles of Deus beer, then served in champagne glasses for special occasions, .
Mort Subite patrons will also be able to partake in Belgian imports, with 24 on tap, and an additional 40 to 50 bottles.
Their emphasis is on Belgian and European liqueurs like genevers. A few local beers will pop up too.
Looks like Mort Subite — which is named after a bar and restaurant in Brussels — primarily serves Trappist beers, lambics and other Belgian-made brews in the appropriate glassware for each style.