We can find a listed historical monument, a brewery between Antwerp and Brussels, Belgium, which was once established in the Netherlands and is now established not far from Brussels. Its three emblematic beers are none other than the Tripel Karmeliet, Kwak and Deus Brut des Flandres and its annual production is around 100,000 hl.
To know a little bit about its three beer's history, Kwak and its original glass appeared in 1971 to quench passing drivers’ thirst. Karmeliet refers to the Carmelite convent of Dendermonde which is brewed with three different cereals: barley, oats and wheat.
The last one that comes small or large as bottles of 75 cl format is the Deus Brut des Flanders, a bottled beer champagne that undergoes, like champagne, the traditional "riddling" and "disgorging".