Piedboeuf Brewery

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Piedboeuf Brewery
Industry Alcoholic beverage
Founded 1812
Headquarters Jupille, Belgium
Products Beer
Parent Anheuser–Busch InBev

Piedboeuf Brewery (Brasserie Piedboeuf) is a brewery in Jupille-sur-Meuse, Belgium. It is owned by Anheuser–Busch InBev. The main brand is Jupiler, the best selling beer in Belgium.[1]

Variety[edit]

Bottle of Jupiler
  • « Jupiler » is a 5.2% abv, pale lager. It is made from malt, maize (corn), water, hops and yeast. The name "Jupiler" comes from its place of origin, Jupille. It's been created in 1966.
  • « Jupiler N.A. » a 0.5% abv pale lager, created in 2004.
  • « Jupiler Blue  » a 3.3% abv pale lager, created in 2006.
  • « Jupiler Force» a soda.
  • « Jupiler Tauro » an 8.3% abv strong pale lager, created in 2008.
  • « Piedbœuf Blonde » an 1.5% abv blond table beer.
  • « Piedbœuf Brune » an 1.5% abv brown table beer.
  • « Piedbœuf Triple » an 3.8% abv triple table beer.
  • « Piedbœuf Excellence » an 2% abv table beer.
  • « Piedbœuf Foncée» an 1.5% abv table beer.
  • « Delhaize Blond/ Blonde » an 1.5% abv table beer.
  • « Delhaize Bruin/ Brune » an 1.5% abv table beer.

As part of the Anheuser–Busch InBev group, it also brews other beer of the group on special occasions. Most commonly, the Stella Artois, the many varieties of Leffe and the Hoegaarden

"Brasserie Piedboeuf (InBev)". www.ratebeer.com. Retrieved 2011-06-10. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Company website: Jupiler

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 50°38′55″N 5°37′31″E / 50.64861°N 5.62528°E / 50.64861; 5.62528