St.Stefanus Belgian Beer 33cl 7°
This Belgian Abbey beer is fresh and fruity, with a delicate amber colour. This beer reveals notes of sweet caramel, grapefruit, green apple, cloves, cinnamon and banana. The bottling date is important because its maturation can last up to two years and a half with tastes which evolves by the time. Citrus notes at the beginning becames candied fruits aromas.
The tasting experience offers a perfect balance between caramel and the tangy hoppy flavours.
For each three bottles bought, receive three different vintages, and enjoy a broader and more creative tasting experience!
The Van Steenberge brewery is producing the St Stefanus beer in the Belgian countryside, 20 minutes north of Gand, the Ertvelde village. The only brewery still operating in Meetjesland (a region located north-west of the Belgian county of Eastern Flanders), a region that used to host 664 breweries in 1900. The story of the brewery has been stretching over 6 generations; from humble beginnings as a Belgian farm to the worldwide recognized company it is today.
The St Stefanus Belgian abbey beer is still brewed in the Van Steenberge brewery by Jef Versele. Jef started working in the brewery in 1998, learning from his uncle, who himself was taught by his father, Jozef Van Steenberge – who kept on advising the brewery until his death at the age of 96.