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Abbaye de Maredsous

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Abbaye de MaredsousBrewed in respect of a religious tradition, the Maredsous is an Abbey triple and top-fermented beer. It is re-fermented in bottle and aged for 2 months. The Maredsous Triple is preferably served at 6 and 10°C. Ideally, taste the Maredsous in its associated Chalice beer glass.Product #: 11554stars, based on 6 reviewsRegular price: 2.952.95Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de MaredsousProduct #: 1504stars, based on 7 reviewsRegular price: 1.951.95Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de Maredsous Maredsous Brune 8 is a brown Abbey Beer, originally brewed for Christmas, but over the years it has become an institution! With its dark burgundy colour, this frothy beer has distinctive aromas, blending caramel with fruity notes! The citrus aftertaste takes away the "heaviness" of a traditional brown ale. Like the Maredsous Triple, this beer contains yeast, so it referments in the bottle. Best enjoyed served in its proprietary Maredsous glass! Product #: 13574stars, based on 4 reviewsRegular price: 2.652.65Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de MaredsousProduct #: 4654stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 12.512.5Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de MaredsousBrewed in respect of a religious tradition, the Maredsous is an Abbey triple and top-fermented beer. It is re-fermented in bottle and aged for 2 months. The Maredsous Triple is preferably served at 6 and 10°C. Ideally, taste the Maredsous in its associated Chalice beer glass.Product #: 21924stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 6.66.6Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de Maredsous Maredsous 6 is an Abbey beer with a calm, pleasant character and a golden, slightly orange colour with a beautiful white head. On the nose it releases aromas of malt, caramel, sugar, flowers and yeast. On the palate there are sweet and bitter flavours of fruit, spice, hops and malt. Pungent and full-bodied, on the palate it is dominated by barley, yeast and slight bitterness in the aftertaste. Product #: 37404stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 5.255.25Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de MaredsousThis Maredsous 33cl goblet glass differs from the 33cl Maredsous goblet thanks to its finer foot. It also features the inscription "Tradition Benedictine" which is testament to its origins. Standing 18cm tall with a diameter of 9.5cm, this glass is essential when it comes to sampling the finest attributes of Moortgat's finest Abbaye beer, Maredsous.Product #: 13974stars, based on 6 reviewsRegular price: 55Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de MaredsousThis goblet chalice glass with its gold rim lets you appreciate the fruity, floral character of Maredsous beer, including Maredsous 6, Maredsous 8 and Maredsous Triple 10°. The glass bears the crest of the monastic community with its holly branch and the Benedictine cross on a mauve background. All of these symbols are also found on each bottle of Maredsous. Maredsous beer is an integral part of the abbaye, representing its history, its values, and its hospitality. Product #: 18734stars, based on 11 reviewsRegular price: 4.44.4Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Abbaye de MaredsousProduct #: 324stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 3.73.7Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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The Abbaye de Maredsous was founded by the Abbaye de Beuron in 1872, in Namur, a town deep in heart of the Belgian Ardennes. The Abbey is home to 35 monks who, as well as praying, fasting and other monastic duties participate in the brewing process according to rules laid out by Saint Benoit relating to hospitality and piety.
The Abbey is also home to a library containing some 40,000 books, some of which are over 1,000 years old.
The range of beers is equally impressive, brewed with tradition, passion and know-how.