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 was 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, including Stella Artois, Leffe and [Hoegaarden Brewery|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