STEENBRUGGE - BELGIAN ABBEY ALES

Steenbrugge is a range of abbey beers brewed by Palm Breweries – this means that a contribution is made to the abbey at Steenbrugge for every case of beer sold. This contribution goes towards the charitable work undertaken by the monks at the abbey.

Gruut – this is a blend of herbs and spices. Historically, gruut was used by some brewers in place of hops. The result is a more refined taste profile, with an absence of hop bitterness.  Steenbrugge Abbey Ales are brewed with a secret gruut blend – making each one a particularly different taste experience.

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Steenbrugge Wit | 5.0% a.b.v. | Belgium

The witbier (white beer) style is a style that grew out of the use of gruut in brewing - notes of orange peel and coriander are typically evidenced in this style. Steenbrugge Wit is a particularly refreshing beer, adding a new dimension with the addition of a more complex blend of herbs and spices to give notes of lemon citrus, clove and banana in addition to the base spice flavours.

Steenbrugge Blonde | 6.5% a.b.v. | Belgium

Steenbrugge Bruin | 6.5% a.b.v. | Belgium

Steenbrugge Tripel | 9.0% a.b.v. | Belgium