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29th August 2017

Brasserie St-Feuillien wins two medals at World Beer Awards

At the 2017 World Beer Awards, held in London, two of Brasserie St-Feuillien’s beers were recognised by an international jury of experts, who blind-tasted over 1,500 beers from 32 countries.

St-Feuillien Grand Cru won the gold medal in the “Pale Beer – Belgian Style Strong” category.
St-Feuillien Grand Cru (9.5 % alc. vol.) is a speciality beer carefully crafted. This extra-blond amber nectar masterpiece undergoes refermentation in the bottle, resulting in a beer endowed with unforgettable character. The secret lies in the unique combination of the most noble hops and the finest aromatic ingredients. Grand Cru differs from other beers in the range by its absence of spices.

Launched in 2016, St-Feuillien Belgian Coast IPA was also recognised and awarded the silver medal in the “Pale Beer – IPA” category.
St-Feuillien Belgian Coast (5.5 % alc. vol.) is a light IPA, dark golden in colour with subtle hints of orange and a firm, white head. Belgian Coast IPA boasts an unrivalled range of aromas. The main one comes from hops in all its forms. Belgian Coast IPA is the perfect combination of two brewing traditions, where the aim is to create a beer that brings together the intensity and bitterness of an American IPA with a certain level of lightness and balance. 7 varieties of Belgian and American hops have been selected to create this beer.

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