We have just installed Grimbergen Blonde on tap. Due to it’s 6.7% abv we can only sell it in half pints.

When the first regular breweries were founded in the Middle Ages, beer filtration was not a common technology and few mastered it. Among these few were the Fathers of Grimbergen Abbey, who became renowned experts in craft brewing. Their masterpiece was the filtrated Grimbergen Blonde – a pure, smooth, blonde ale with ripe fruit flavours and no cloudiness – that stood out from other beers of the time.

Today, it’s still an insider tip among beer connoisseurs around the world.


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