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Averbode abbey beer

The Averbode abbey beer pays homage to history: from the 14th to the early 20th century the abbey was home to brewing activities. For the production of the ‘new’ abbey beer, the abbey opted for Brewery Huyghe, a brewery that also boasts a rich past. But there are other similarities as well because respect for the environment and society as a whole rank among the brewery’s core values.

For instance, thanks to the Mongozo beer, Brewery Huyghe is the only brewery in Belgium to market a beer that has earned both the fair trade, gluten-free and organic labels. The brewery also actively invests in a smaller ecological footprint and social employment.

About our abbey

The beer

AN HOMAGE TO A RICH HISTORY
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Rich history

Averbode Abbey boasts a rich history that meanwhile spans a millennium. It was founded in 1134 at the behest of Arnold II, Count of Loon ...
1850

Recent history

From the 19th century onwards the abbey began to flourish once more. Monastic life resumed and the abbey became the hub of many activities such ...

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The rich beer history of Brewery Huyghe has been preserved in our beer museum! Would you like to discover the origins of our magnificent beers? And experience our passion for beer brewing? Book a visit to our brewery and museum today.

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