According to legend, Grimbergen beer was first brewed in 1128 in Grimbergen Abbey, which is located near Brussels (Belgium). Since then, the abbey burned three times - in 1142, 1566 and 1798 and three times fell from the ashes.
The stone walls were raised again and the abbey beer recipe was revived. That is why the motto of Grimbergen beer is still the words on the label - "Ardet nec consumitur", which translates from Latin as "Burned but not destroyed".
Today it is produced at several production centers: in Belgium and France.
In Ukraine, "Grimbergen" is represented by three varieties sold in both kegs and bottles: Grimbergen Blanche, Grimbergen Blonde and Grimbergen Double-Ambree.
Not recommended for children under 18, pregnant women, persons with medical or professional contraindications to alcohol consumption.
water, barley malt, glucose syrup, wheat malt, aromatic caramel, natural sugar color, hop extract