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Duvel Moortgat

Puurs, Belgium

 
     

Anno 1871.

In 1963, the Benedictine abbey of Maredsous entrusted the production and sales of their beers to Duvel Moortgat. The monks continue to exercise strict control over its recipes and quality standards right up to today.

   

 

Duvel
Introduced as "Victory Ale" after victory in the first world war in 1918. In 1923 the beer became the name Duvel "The Devil". This ale is cold storaged after bottling.
Duvel.

8,5%

Nederlands and frence text on the label>

Duvel. 1988.

8,5%

German text on the label

Duvel. 2002.

8,5%

Duvel. 2006.

8,5%. Danish text on the label.


 
Duvel Green
Introduced In the ’70.
Duvel - green. 2002.

 
Maredsous 6 Blonde
Originaly from the abbey Maredsous, now brewed by Duvel.
Maredsous Blonde 6. 2004.

6,0 %. Abbey style.

Maredsous Blonde. 2018.

6,0 %. Abbey style.


 
Maredsous 8
Originaly from the abbey Maredsous, now brewed by Duvel.Matured for two months in cellars.
Maredsous Brune 8. 2005.

8,0 %. Abbey style.


 
Maredsous 10
Originaly from the abbey Maredsous, now brewed by Duvel.

The abbey of Maredsous was founded on 15 October 1872 by Beuron Abbey in Germany.

At the abbey of Maredsous the monks pray and work according the Rule of St Benedict, a tradition that goes back to the 6th century. Dedication and hospitality are the most important values at the abbey of Maredsous

Maredsous Triple 10. 2009.

10,0 %. Abbey style.

Maredsous Triple 10. 2004.

10,0 %. Abbey style.

Maredsous Triple 10. 2009.

10,0 %. Abbey style.

Maredsous Triple 10. 2014.

33 cl. 10,0 %. Abbey style.