Grimbergen is a Belgian beer produced according to ancient recipes of the Abbey of Grimbergen. Grimbergen beer is exported to almost 30 markets around the world.

First Grimbergen beer was brewed in 1128 at the Monastery of St. Norbert in the town of Grimbergen (Belgium). Throughout its long history the Abbey of Grimbergen many times was completely destroyed due to a fire and then restored. So on the label of the beer appeared a Phoenix and the motto "Ardet nec consumitur" — "Burned but not destroyed." Over time, the image of a bird appeared on the brand glasses.

Grimbergen Double-ambrée — dark top-fermented beer with a sweet-bitter taste, has a light caramel flavor. The aroma of Grimbergen Double-ambrée felt pleasant notes of raisins and dried fruit.

The name of this beer received from the special production process — double fermentation, and also due to its saturated color (in French ambrée means "amber").

Original Gravity - 14.7%,
ABV - not less than 6,15%.
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