Brasserie St. Feuillien had it's start in the 7th century, when an Irish monk named Foylan—a name which later morphed into the more French "Feuillien"—was killed in the village of Le Roeulx. A chapel was built in his honor, which, over time, became the Abbey St. Feuillien du Roeulx. The abbey featured a brewery to support itself, but was destroyed in the French Revolution. In 1873 the Friart family resumed brewing operations and to this day a portion of the proceeds is donated to charitable causes around the world, making St. Feuillien one of Belgium's oldest and most authentic Abbey Ales. Visit the St. Feuillien website.
St. Feuillien Brune Ale
This brown ale has a marked ruby brown colour with a generous and lasting head. It has a distinctive aroma reflecting the wide range of ingredients used in its production. The fruitiness resulting from its fermentation blends harmoniously with a dominant liquorice and caramel flavour. The body is decidedly malty. ... more
St. Feuillien Tripel
Sparkling orangish-golden in color with a brilliant white foam. Highly aromatic with vivid hop resins leaping out of the glass. The flavor is bright, leanly malty, spicy and hoppy. A generous amount of carbonation makes for a full mouthfeel as well as mountains of pillowy foam. Enjoy St. Feuillien Tripel ... more
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