Boon

Country: Belgium

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Since 1975, Boon Brewery has been owned and run by Frank Boon, one of the pioneers of the authentic lambic and gueuze revival. But the first signs of the brewery date back to 1680, as a farm-brewery and distillery in the village of Lembeek. In 1860 Louis Paul bought the brewery to brew only lambic ... Read More

Boelens

Country: Belgium

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The family Boelens, whose brewery is based in the village of Belsele, has been brewing beer since the mid 1800’s, in the Waasland region of Belgium. This is the agricultural area southwest of Antwerp, on the west side of the Scheld River. HENRI BOELENS The Germans dismantled the brewery in the beginning of WW I ... Read More

Stella Artois

Country: Belgium

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At Stella Artois, we are extremely proud of our Belgian roots. Our story can be seen on every bottle of Stella Artois. If you look closely, hints of our origins are proudly displayed. By 1366 roots of our brewing tradition had been established in the city of Leuven, Belgium– which is also where the original ... Read More

Riva

Country: Belgium

The brewery was founded in 1896 to Wontergemstraat Henri Desplenter. The steam brewery was replaced in the 1930s by a modernist building. From 1927, the leadership was in the hands of son Maurice Desplenter who was succeeded in 1950 by his son Yvan. In 1968, the Desplenter family founded the company RIVA. The company continued ... Read More

Pakhuis

Country: Belgium

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t Pakhuis ‘t Pakhuis on the flemish quay is one of those rare breweries where beer is brewed in an authentic way, i.e. with just natural ingredients, without any filtrage and without pasteurization. Thanks to the precise brewing process and the technical skill of the brewers we are able to brew these unique beers. Added ... Read More

Brasserie des Rocs

Country: Belgium

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The Brasserie des Rocs (formerly known as Brasserie de l’Abbaye des Rocs) is a brewery in Montignies-sur-Roc, Belgium. Founded in 1979, the company brews ales in the traditional Belgian style. Their Triple Imperiale, a tripel without added sugars, was the Chicago Tribune‘s “Beer of the Month” in 2007. Their Blonde, a blonde ale, got first ... Read More

Val-Dieu

Country: Belgium

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THE BREWERY OF VAL-DIEU The beers brewed today at the abbey find their origin in traditions inherited from the original Val-Dieu monks.   Historically, the Cistercian orders were known to be talented brewers.  The monks of Val-Dieu were true to this reputation.  The development of the brewing activity was initially linked to the need to make ... Read More

Crombe

Country: Belgium

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The beers Crombé have a rich history. The roots of these beers are in Zottegem. An East Flemish town in the hills of the Flemish Ardennes. This city has long Brewery Crombé been established for over 200 years. The beers are known for their character. They passed the time and still delight lovers of traditional ... Read More

Brasserie du Bocq

Country: Belgium

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OVER A CENTURY AND A HALF OF TRADITION, QUALITY AND EXPERTISE It all began in 1858 when Martin Belot, farmer in Purnode, brew a beer for the first time in his farm’s outbuildings. At first, the beer was produced only in winter, the staff not being busy with field work outside of the high season. ... Read More