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St. Feuillien

Le Roeulz, Belgium

 

 
     

Since 1125. Named after an Irish munk by the name of Feuillien, who came to the Continent to preach in 655. He was killed in the Charoal forest and made martyr. On the site of his martyrdom, Feuillien’s disciples erected a chapel which, in 1125 became the Abbey of Prémontrés, but later became known as the Abbaye St-Feuillien du Roeulx.

The beer is stored for 6 weeks in a cooling chamber (0°C) to ensure good decantation of the beer and a refined taste. The St-Feuillien beer is then bottled (drawing) and is naturally aged for three weeks in a warm chamber (25°C) to encourage secondary fermentation and saturation in the bottle.

Since 1873, the Friart family has been brewing in the city.

Blonde - Blond
.
St. Feuillien. 2012.

7,5 %. 33cl. Top fermented.


 
Brune - Bruin
.
St. Feuillien. 2012.

8,5 %. 33cl. Top fermented.


 
Cuvée de Noêl
Season beer. First created in 1969, one of the first Christmas beers in Wallonia.
St. Feuillien. 2002.

75cl. Top fermented.

St. Feuillien Cuvée de Noël. 2003.

75 cl. Top fermented.

St. Feuillien Cuvée de Noël. 2018.

33 cl. Top fermented.

St. Feuillien Cuvée de Noël. 2019.

75 cl. 9% ABV.

Top fermented. 50 ans.


 
Grand Cru
Degustatiebier
Grand Cru. 2012

9,5 % ABV. 20% plato.


 
Saison
Farmhouse Ale. Golden blonde ale.
Saison. 6,5% ABV. 2012

Belgian Farmhouse Ale.


 
Triple
Pale amber colour.
St. Feuillien Triple. 2005.

75 cl. 8,5%. Light colour.

St. Feuillien Triple. 2008.

75 cl. 8,5%. Light colour.

St. Feuillien Triple. 2012.

33 cl. 8,5%.

St. Feuillien Triple. 2012.

33 cl. 8,5%.