Maredsous Abbey Beer

Abbey pic

Established in 1872

Maredsous Abbey Beer is brewed by the Belgian Duvel Moorgat Brewery under the supervision of monks and to the original recipe preserved at the abbey.

This beautiful collection of Belgian beer is truly for the connoisseur; one who enjoys an interesting combination of flavours and textures of handcrafted beer.

The light Maredous Blonde was the abbey’s very first beer. Nowdays, the monks still drink it daily at lunch.
Mardeous Blonde (6%) is a delectable Blonde ale with a sprightly fruitiness, soft malting, and a slightly dry, gentle-hopped finish. A sparkling nose, complex flavours, and a touch of bitterness give this fine ale all of the refreshing qualities of a Belgian Blonde.

Blonde or Brown?

The brown beer was originally only brewed for Christmas, but over the centuries it became a force to reckon with.
Mardesous Brune (8%) has a creamy foaming dark, burgundy colour, is easily recognisable by its expressive aroma bouquet. A generous caramel bouquet is completed with masterly fruity touches.


Triple tipple

Maredsous Triple is served in the abbey on special occasions. Its elegant smoothness hides its alcohol content and makes it the connoisseur’s beer.
Maredsous Tripel (10%) is a golden-bodied Belgian Triple, redolent with festive sparkle, creamy body, and a luscious head. Its elegant smoothness belies the strong alcohol content. You’ll revel in its balanced, long, and warming finish.

Maredsous Abbey Beer is imported by the Beverage Emporium.

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