In 1821 Alexander, Gregoor, Pedro and Amalia founded the brewery in Roeselare, Belgium. However, it is to Eugène Rodenbach that Rodenbach owes its unique quality and masterly character. He not only studied the vinification of the beer, but also optimized the maturing process in oak foeders. The world-renowned foeder halls with their 294 oak foeders, some of which are 150 years old, are protected as industrial heritage of the Flemish Community. Rodenbach owes its mildly sour taste to its mixed fermentation and maturation in oak, at the time it was developed to make the beer last longer.

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Rodenbach Grand Cru 6% (330ml)
Grand Cru 6% (330ml)