Averbode by Brouwerij Huyghe in East Flanders, Belgium

About Averbode by Brouwerij Huyghe

Golden (or lightly veiled by the secondary fermentation in the bottle) with a fine head. Aroma: Floral, green apples, a hint of sweetness and delicate hop aroma. Flavour: Resounding, sweet malt and a pleasant hop character by carefully selected hops. A fresh, rich and bitter aftertaste make this (unique) a real beer experience.

Averbode Abbey beer is a tribute to history: from the 14th to the early 20th century the abbey was already actively engaged in brewing. For the production of the 'new' abbey beer the abbey opted for Brouwerij Huyghe, which also has a rich history of its own.

However, there are also similarities. Respect for the environment and society play a central role in the brewery. Indeed, Brouwerij Huyghe is the only brewery in Belgium to produce the Mongoza-beer that has received the fair trade, gluten free and organic label. It also actively invests in a smaller footprint and social employment.

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