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Brasserie Van SteenbergeGulden Draak is a truly remarkable Belgian Dark Ale with hints of Barley Wine and a warm, fruity caramel malt character that complement the big body and generous alcohol content perfectly. Packed with rich, fruity cereal notes and a classic Belgian yeast profile, deep ruby Gulden Draak offers a big, bold mouthful of traditional flavours and woody, spicy hops that cuminate in a uniquely warming finish.Product #: 574stars, based on 31 reviewsRegular price: 2.42.4Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van Steenberge The original Gulden Draak now has a stablemate of real stature: Gulden Draak Quadruple. As you may know, the beer from the highly-esteemed Belgian craft brewery Van Steenberge has already made a name for itself and is recognised by many beer enthusiasts for its high qualities. It has a palette of rich and complex flavours based on three different malts, amounting to more than four times the quantity used in a Pils beer. With an attractive golden amber colour, it combines fruity aromas with an elegant, slightly sugary flavour. On the finish, the bouquet is exceptional and is, as ever, completely faithful to the traditions of the Belgian brewery Van Steenberge. Product #: 21254stars, based on 15 reviewsRegular price: 2.952.95Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van Steenberge Legend has it that Gulden Draakis so called in tribute to the gilded statue that sits atop the belfry of Ghent. And so, after 25 years of success with the first version of Gulden Draak, in 2011 the Van Steenberge Brewery decided to brew Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple. This quadruple version made from three different malts added in large quantities along with wine yeast, will not fail to delight anyone who likes strong sensations. This bold Belgian beer is amber- hued with golden glints. The magnificent head is smooth and long lasting. On the nose slightly fruity aromas mingle with consistently malty notes. As often happens with this type of beer the attack in the mouth is heavily malted. Then come the wonderful notes of ripe fruit and a delicate, sweet flavour. Alcohol is also present in the aftertaste. This Gulden Draak 9000 reaches its full potential when poured into its superb Gulden Draak 33cl glass, which enables it to release all its power and its aromas. Product #: 37835stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 6.86.8Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeThe Gulden Draak… an iron hand in a velvet glove! In its innocent and light-looking white bottle with its golden dragon, the Gulden Draak attemps to trick everyone, but the transparence of the glass leaves no doubt about the darkness of this amazing beer. Poured in a black opaque robe, the Gulden Draak reveals strong aromas of roasted malt reminiscent of dark chocolate and cacao. These ones go along with unexpected hoppy notes. About the taste, roasted malt and chocolate flavors are predominant in this beer, while light hoppy bitterness can be sensed in the aftertaste for a long time. The name “Gulden Draak” is the translation from dutch of “Golden Dragon”. The beer was named in honor to the golden dragon displayed at the top of the belfry of Gand, city of Belgium in which the brewery settled. This beer can be poured in its associated beer glass.Product #: 20905stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 6.56.5Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van Steenberge Piraat is a top-fermentation beer produced by the Van Steenberge brewery, whose range of beers includes the now famous Gulden Draak. In the glass, this amber beer of international calibre develops a compact, dense, long-lasting white head. The head gives off spicy, bittersweet aromas with dry notes of esters and malty flavours. In the mouth, the taste is strong and powerful, with the alcohol instantly perceptible on the first palate and cloaked in a rounded maltiness to deliver flavours of macerated fruits and chocolate on the palate. Spicy flavours also stand out very clearly, bringing a slightly warm and gentle flavour, rich and complex. The hops are perceptible at the next stage where the bitterness asserts itself and is complemented by herbaceous notes. This results in a perfect blend of malted and hoppy flavours that then envelop you in a supple, gentle and very lingering aftertaste with a hint of bitterness. A superb beer to serve as a digestive, which develops magnificently after a being laid down for a good while in the cellar, but which is also a treat for the taste buds when served with a delicious game dish or foie gras. Boucanier and Piraat are two beers from the same pump, and they have different names for the simple reason that in some countries similar names were already in existence, making it necessary to find alternatives. Product #: 16874stars, based on 4 reviewsRegular price: 2.72.7Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 1253stars, based on 4 reviewsRegular price: 1.71.7Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 69104stars, based on 14 reviewsRegular price: 6.46.4Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 60925stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 1212Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 63965stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 14.914.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van Steenberge Experience one of the Van Steenberge brewery's best kept secrets - Augustijn Grand Cru. A Triple version of the Augustijn Blonde, thisAbbey Beer develops more complex flavours and an ABV higher than its little blonde sister. When poured, Augustijn Grand Cru has a hazy amber appearance capped with a thick head that slides slowly down the sides of the glass. On the nose, this Belgian beer is very mild with hints of spices, citrus fruits and yeast. The palate is also initially mild, blending with a mix of spices suggestive of coriander. Mid-palate, the alcohol begins to prick at your tongue to remind you of its presence. The spicy character is then replaced by a hoppy bitterness that brings the tasting to a lingering close. An excellent Triple Abbey beer which deserves to be well known and fully appreciated! Product #: 16814stars, based on 5 reviewsRegular price: 2.42.4Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van Steenberge A Belgian Abbey Beer brewed since 1925, Augustijn Blonde was originally brewed in the Monastère des Pères Augustins in the city of Ghent. Nowadays it’s produced by the Van Steenberge brewery, brewers of the famous Gulden Draak amongst others, but Augustijn still draws upon its monastic past to bring you the best authentic flavours of the Belgian Abbey beers. A bottle conditioned blonde beer, Augustijn Blonde has a slightly amber colour with a white head. The head gives off herbaceous and fruity aromas of hops. A light fragrance suggestive of yeast is also perceptible on the nose. There are quite hoppy flavours on the palate, with very noticeable fruity and herbaceous notes that then make way for a vanilla-scented note of malt. A delicious bitterness emerges on the finish, a reminder of the presence of hops. The alcohol is perceptible but not excessive. Product #: 16744stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 22Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeBrewed in Belgium just a stone’s throw from the Dutch border, Van Steenberge’s Baptist Wit is a classical Belgian Blanche beer. Hazy pale yellow with a small white head, Baptist Wit offers crisp fruit, with hints of acetone peardrops and honey, with a zesty citrus and apricot character that conspires with the persistent carbonation to bring a bright, crisp, spicy finish.Product #: 30362stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 2.22.2Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 5064stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 2.92.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 34955stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 21.621.6Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeA 33cl Piraat beer glass: 17cm tall by 8cm diameter. This tulip glass is the only way to enjoy being your Piraat. Why not add one to your collection, next time you order a Mont Blanc beer. . . The beer shown in the glass is just for demonstration purposes.Product #: 11244stars, based on 8 reviewsRegular price: 4.94.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 22055stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 2.352.35Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 30102stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 49.949.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 34765stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 19.919.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeA 25cl Celis Brewery Belgian White beer glass: 16.5cm tall by 6cm diameter. The perfect way to enjoy Celis White or as a collectors gift.Product #: 309stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 5.55.5Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 5053stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 5.95.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 49645stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 19.619.6Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduced by the historic Van Steenberge brewery, the exquisite Gentse Tripel is a medium-strength, copper-blonde Belgian beer with a generous white head. The bouquet shows off a yeasty, fruity, malty character, with spicy touches and a hint of coriander. Medium-bodied and moderately carbonated, the palate is full of malt, coriander, yeast, and spiced fruit, that give way to a dry finish.Product #: 4627stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 2.152.15Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 19194stars, based on 12 reviewsRegular price: 6.56.5Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeCelis White takes its name from a man who dedicated his life to reviving the flagging fortunes of Blanche beers. A native of the Belgium’s Hoegaarden region, Pierre Celis breathed new life into the traditional Blanche as manager of the Hoegaarden brewery. Following the purchase of the brewery, he decided on a new life in the USA, where he would convert the American palate to the joys of this style of beer. Taking its inspiration from Hoegaarden, Celis White is brewed with common wheat, and is flavoured with bitter orange zest and coriander. Pouring blonde, with an almost milky appearance, Celis White releases waves of lemons and spices, offering a tremendous lightness, and a softness that comes courtesy of the fruity, lightly acid notes. The fresh, light character make this a particularly refreshing beer, and fully justifies its Gold Medal at the 2003 Great American Beer Festival.Product #: 1644stars, based on 3 reviewsRegular price: 22Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeA 33cl Gulden Draak beer glass: 17cm tall by 10cm diameter. This tulip glass with its gold band bears the Gulden Draak legend and dragon logo, letting you enjoy your Gulden Draak in style. Add one to your collection, and why not treat yourself to a beer. The beer shown in the glass is just for demonstration purposes. Product #: 3125stars, based on 2 reviewsRegular price: 5.65.6Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 16634stars, based on 2 reviewsRegular price: 19.719.7Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 2263stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 2.42.4Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeDrink your Piraat Beer in this wonderfully piratey glass This tulip glass is the only way to enjoy being your Piraat. Why not add one to your collection, next time you order a Mont Blanc beer.  Product #: 50684stars, based on 2 reviewsRegular price: 4.94.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 5047stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 4.94.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 50455stars, based on 1 reviewsRegular price: 4.94.9Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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Brasserie Van SteenbergeProduct #: 4770stars, based on reviewsRegular price: 55Available from: Saveur BièreCondition: New productsin stock
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The history of the brewery dates back to Ertvelde 1784, someone named Jean Baptiste De Bruin founded "De Peer" and made brewing a leading business and marketed the beer in question.

In 1919 he changed the name of the brewery to "Brasserie Bios", referring to the launch of the beer of the same name. Thanks to his past studies in biology, he had real knowledge in science. He launched several successful beers such as Bios Flemish Bourgogne Oud Bruin and Leutebock (Pilsner). He then expanded the brewery to increase production and move on to glass bottles.

His talent as a businessman overtakes his passion for brewing; so he decided to partner up with a cooperative at the time when many breweries found themselves in difficulty because of the war. He was able to save money and trade with other brewers.

His wife Margriet, mainly concerned with the education of their son Jozef Van Steenberge, born in 1914, could not accept it because it was the symbol of what his father had left him.

After his father’s death in 1962, Jozef Van Steenberge took over the business. He directed the new brewery towards the production of high quality beer fermentation. The malt-house and hop production created by Jozef Schelfaut disappeared and were replaced by a raw materials purchasing policy based on inflexible specifications for quality loads. It was when he was 64 years old, that Jozef Van Steenberge began to only run the brewery, after a political career as mayor and senator as his father.

It was then that the brewery started producing special beers of high fermentation with a second fermentation. It was also in 1978 that the brewery acquired the recipe of the beer brewed by the Augustinian Fathers in their monastery in Ghent. Then, in 1982 it developed in Ertvelde, the beer "Augustijn" and was put on the market. Success arrived immediately and to this day, it remains the jewel of the brewery. The other top-fermented beers Piraat and Gulden Draak complement the range already so rich. This proved to be a stroke of genius several years later.

In the early 80s, the market for special beers with a high alcohol percentage was fairly limited. Since 2000, we can distinguish a clear trend in the beer industry worldwide: the demand for pils beer reduced year after year for the benefit of tasting beers rich in taste and flavour. Jozef Van Steenberge had foreseen it in one way or another; focusing on these beers, the brewery was able to survive and develop, and was ready for future generations to take over.

In 1990, Paul Van Steenberge, Josef’s son, took over the management of the brewery. He made significant investments to modernize and computerize his brewery. The saturation of the domestic market had provided a significant boost exploration to find new markets abroad.

Eight years later, Jef Versele, Paul Van Steenberge’s nephew (the family’s 7th generation) lent a hand to the family of brewers. Through his efforts, the export of the attractive range of high fermentation beers increased by 60%; especially to countries like the United States, the Netherlands and Italy.

To achieve the ambitious plans of the brewery, Augustijn range was enriched in 2009 by Augustijn Brune. This new beer launch was the perfect time to restyle and bring up to date both beers: Augustijn Blonde and Augustijn