The old brewery within the Val-Dieu abbey in Aubel was destroyed in the late 19th century.
So the Val-Dieu beer disappeared for over a century. Activities were resumed in 1997, with respect for the monks’ traditions.
The abbey domain is a delightful spot for a relaxing afternoon in Wallonia.
What beers does the Val-Dieu Abbey offer?
- Val-Dieu Blond: lightly cloudy with a rich aroma and 6% alcohol;
- Val-Dieu Brune: dark beer with an aroma of malt, coffee and chocolate (8% alcohol);
- Val-Dieu Tripel: flavourful blond with an excellent balance between hop and malt, bitter and sweet, with 9% alcohol.
Have a look at our beer route through the Belgian Ardennes and discover more Belgian beers.
Copyright Photos - Alain Vande Craen
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