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Agnus is a Belgian abbey-style beer, falling into the 'tripel' style, from the Corsendonk monastery. It has an wonderfully tenacious, rocky head, which tastes of vanilla ice-cream. The nose is...
Augustijn is a 'living' abbey beer with 8 % alcohol by volume that had been brewed by the Augustinian fathers of Ghent since 1295. In 1982, the recipe and distribution of the beer was taken over...
"Trappiste de Rochefort" is a top-fermented dark beer. It is brewed and decanted within the Saint-Rémy abbey in Rochefort. The small dimensions of the Brewery enable the Trappist monks and their...
Orval is one of those unusual beers, both in terms of its packaging and its taste. It is a very rich, complex, tasty beer and well worth a try. This is a Trappist beer, brewed by the fathers...
The monastery was born of an act of gratitude: Mathilda was a widow and her weddin-gring had accidentally fallen into the fountain. She prayed to the Lord and at once a trout rose to the surface...
A Belgian brewer will make history in the new year when it produces the first ever non-alcoholic version of one of the country’s celebrated and powerful abbey beers. Belgium’s abbey beers,...
A stroll through any Belgian city is a feast for the eyes with the country's impressive architecture and intricate stonework. But there's another trinity worthy of a pilgrimage: beer, chocolate...
The Abbaye des Rocs Brewery has its roots in a little picturesque village, a true green spot in an area since populated with flourishing industries. Brewing activities started in 1979....
Somewhere in an out-of-the-way place of the Flemish Country, hidden between fields and forests on the boundary with the Netherlands, situated near the water of the "Tongelreep", you find the...