St. Feuillien Brewery

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St. Feuillien
Industry Brewery
Founded 1873
Headquarters Le Roeulx, Belgium
Products Beer
Website http://www.st-feuillien.com/FSTFeuillienENG.html
Saint-Feuillien beers
0.75 liter bottle of St. Feuillien Triple

The St. Feuillien Brewery is a Belgian brewery in Le Roeulx, Belgium, which was founded in 1873. The brewery, which makes abbey-style beer,[1] has been operated by the Friart family all this time, except for an 11-year hiatus that ended in 1998. Beers brewed by St. Feuillien include a brown ale and a tripel, the latter of which praised as one of the best tripels available.[2] A recent addition to their selection is a saison, "which has grown steadily to be up with the best".[3] In 2016, the brewery launched an IPA called Belgian Coast.[4]

St. Feuillien introduced a Christmas beer in 1969, which by 2013 accounted for 8% of their total production.[5]

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  1. ^ Halley, Ned (2005). The Wordsworth Dictionary of Drink: An A-Z of Alcoholic Beverages. Wordsworth. p. 516. ISBN 9781840223026. 
  2. ^ McFarland, Ben (2009). World's Best Beers: One Thousand Craft Brews from Cask to Glass. Sterling. p. 110. ISBN 9781402766947. 
  3. ^ Beaumont, Stephen; Webb, Tim (2013). Pocket Beer. Octopus. p. 48. ISBN 9781845338619. 
  4. ^ http://www.st-feuillien.com/en/nouvelle-belgian-coast-ipa/
  5. ^ Dath-Delcambe, Patrick (14 December 2013). "Le marché très convoité des bières de Noël - La Libre.be". La Libre Belgique (in French). Retrieved 5 January 2014. 

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