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Welcome to the Brewery Van Steenberge
The only operational brewery left in the Meetjesland. Traditional brewing techniques in a modern environment. The Brewery Van Steenberge is synonym for independence, progress and growth. It focuses on traditional brewing techniques that have evolved on the rhythm of technological evolutions. It guarantees a reliable quality and service. Respect for the staff and the environment occupy a central position in the policy.

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Gulden Draak Brewmaster 2016 75 cl

GDBM16-75
Weight: kg

Gulden Draak Brewmaster 01/2015 75 cl

GDBM15-75
Weight: kg

Glas Gulden Draak (New)

GD-GLAS-N
Weight: kg

Gulden draak Quadruppel 9000 75 cl

11327
Weight: kg
guldendraak9000

Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple
GULDEN DRAAK, LONELY AT THE TOP FOR 25 YEARS, NOW GETS COMPANY

THE BIRTHDAY PRESENT: GULDEN DRAAK 9000 QUADRUPLE, an enrichment of the Gulden Draak range.

An ode to the past and to the city of (9000) GHENT
The Gulden Draak is named after the gilded statue on top of the belltower of Ghent. Such eminent symbol, that has been standing firm for over 6 centuries, deserves equally grand beers. The unsurpassed Gulden Draak as dark tripel of 10,5% alcohol gets, after 25 years of growing success, quite an addition, the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple.

All features of the Gulden Draak
The extremely rich and complex taste sensation and the stable beer head can also be found in the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple. The sweet caramel touches, however, are still reserved for the

Gulden Draak.

With addition of extra malt
The new recipe, on basis of 3 different kinds of malt added in a volume of 4 times the content in lager, provide the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple with a deep golden amber colour and a fruity scent. Together with the smooth and subtle sweet taste ensures this a wonderfully accomplished bouquet.

In line with the traditions of Brewery Van Steenberge

Gulden Draak Quadruppel 9000 33 cl

11071
Weight: kg
guldendraak9000

Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple
GULDEN DRAAK, LONELY AT THE TOP FOR 25 YEARS, NOW GETS COMPANY

THE BIRTHDAY PRESENT: GULDEN DRAAK 9000 QUADRUPLE, an enrichment of the Gulden Draak range.

An ode to the past and to the city of (9000) GHENT
The Gulden Draak is named after the gilded statue on top of the belltower of Ghent. Such eminent symbol, that has been standing firm for over 6 centuries, deserves equally grand beers. The unsurpassed Gulden Draak as dark tripel of 10,5% alcohol gets, after 25 years of growing success, quite an addition, the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple.

All features of the Gulden Draak
The extremely rich and complex taste sensation and the stable beer head can also be found in the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple. The sweet caramel touches, however, are still reserved for the

Gulden Draak.

With addition of extra malt
The new recipe, on basis of 3 different kinds of malt added in a volume of 4 times the content in lager, provide the Gulden Draak 9000 Quadruple with a deep golden amber colour and a fruity scent. Together with the smooth and subtle sweet taste ensures this a wonderfully accomplished bouquet.

In line with the traditions of Brewery Van Steenberge

Gulden Draak 1,5 L

10740
Weight: kg
guldendraak

Gulden Draak
Did you know the Gulden Draak (Golden Dragon) owes its name to the gilded statue on top of the Belfry in Ghent?

The legend says the gilded dragon first featured on the prow of the ship with which the Norwegian king Sigrid Magnusson left on a crusade in 1111. He offered the statue to the emperor of Constantinople (the current Istanbul) to put it on the cupola of the Aya Sophia. Some hundred years later, the Flemish count Baldwin IX had the showpiece transported to our regions. Here, the Norwegian dragon ended up in the hands of Bruges. After the battle on the field of Beverhout in 1382, the inhabitants of Ghent took the dragon as war booty and put it on top of their Belfry. In the Belfry all communal charters were kept. The dragon had to protect these documents and it was

also the symbol of the freedom and might of the city.

Such an imposing symbol that has lasted for over 6 centuries needs an equally imposing beer. Like the dragon shines at the top of the city, the Gulden Draak is part of the international top of beers. It is a dark triple, which in itself makes it an exceptional beer. But it is the complex taste with hints of caramel, roasted malt and coffee in combination with the creamy hazel head that makes it unique. It is a beer that is worthy of its name.

Like the other special beers of the Brewery Van Steenberge, Gulden Draak is a high fermentation beer with secondary fermentation. For the secondary fermentation, wine yeast is used. This also contributes to the unparalleled taste.
And of course, a unique beer deserves a unique presentation. That’s why Gulden Draak is presented in a white bottle. The white bottle, the black banner, the golden dragon and the red letters, constitute a stylish result that has no equal among the many Belgian special beers.
Gulden Draak can be drunk as an aperitif or dessert, or whenever you have the time to sit back and relax. But this barley wine is also perfect with and in stews, especially the Ghent variety. It is also a plus in sauces for red meat, such as a bordelaise. It is particularly suited as a dessert beer, especially in combination with dark chocolate.
Tip: Replace the whisky in Irish coffee by Gulden Draak or have Gulden Draak with Pas de Bleu: surprising and typical for Ghent. You will be amazed.
Gulden Draak: discover its enchanting charm and taste how different it really is.
In the glass
Colour : Dark with caramel-coloured foam head Alcohol content : 10,5%
23° Plato Aroma : alcohol, burned malt and coffee
Taste : very full in the mouth with touches of chocolate, caramel and alcohol After taste : bittersweet and very long
Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75 cl, 1,5 l and barrels 30 l
Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Gulden Draak 75 cl

10741
Weight: kg
guldendraak

Gulden Draak
Did you know the Gulden Draak (Golden Dragon) owes its name to the gilded statue on top of the Belfry in Ghent?

The legend says the gilded dragon first featured on the prow of the ship with which the Norwegian king Sigrid Magnusson left on a crusade in 1111. He offered the statue to the emperor of Constantinople (the current Istanbul) to put it on the cupola of the Aya Sophia. Some hundred years later, the Flemish count Baldwin IX had the showpiece transported to our regions. Here, the Norwegian dragon ended up in the hands of Bruges. After the battle on the field of Beverhout in 1382, the inhabitants of Ghent took the dragon as war booty and put it on top of their Belfry. In the Belfry all communal charters were kept. The dragon had to protect these documents and it was

also the symbol of the freedom and might of the city.

Such an imposing symbol that has lasted for over 6 centuries needs an equally imposing beer. Like the dragon shines at the top of the city, the Gulden Draak is part of the international top of beers. It is a dark triple, which in itself makes it an exceptional beer. But it is the complex taste with hints of caramel, roasted malt and coffee in combination with the creamy hazel head that makes it unique. It is a beer that is worthy of its name.

Like the other special beers of the Brewery Van Steenberge, Gulden Draak is a high fermentation beer with secondary fermentation. For the secondary fermentation, wine yeast is used. This also contributes to the unparalleled taste.
And of course, a unique beer deserves a unique presentation. That’s why Gulden Draak is presented in a white bottle. The white bottle, the black banner, the golden dragon and the red letters, constitute a stylish result that has no equal among the many Belgian special beers.
Gulden Draak can be drunk as an aperitif or dessert, or whenever you have the time to sit back and relax. But this barley wine is also perfect with and in stews, especially the Ghent variety. It is also a plus in sauces for red meat, such as a bordelaise. It is particularly suited as a dessert beer, especially in combination with dark chocolate.
Tip: Replace the whisky in Irish coffee by Gulden Draak or have Gulden Draak with Pas de Bleu: surprising and typical for Ghent. You will be amazed.
Gulden Draak: discover its enchanting charm and taste how different it really is.
In the glass
Colour : Dark with caramel-coloured foam head Alcohol content : 10,5%
23° Plato Aroma : alcohol, burned malt and coffee
Taste : very full in the mouth with touches of chocolate, caramel and alcohol After taste : bittersweet and very long
Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75 cl, 1,5 l and barrels 30 l
Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Gulden Draak 33 cl

811
Weight: kg
guldendraak

Gulden Draak
Did you know the Gulden Draak (Golden Dragon) owes its name to the gilded statue on top of the Belfry in Ghent?

The legend says the gilded dragon first featured on the prow of the ship with which the Norwegian king Sigrid Magnusson left on a crusade in 1111. He offered the statue to the emperor of Constantinople (the current Istanbul) to put it on the cupola of the Aya Sophia. Some hundred years later, the Flemish count Baldwin IX had the showpiece transported to our regions. Here, the Norwegian dragon ended up in the hands of Bruges. After the battle on the field of Beverhout in 1382, the inhabitants of Ghent took the dragon as war booty and put it on top of their Belfry. In the Belfry all communal charters were kept. The dragon had to protect these documents and it was

also the symbol of the freedom and might of the city.

Such an imposing symbol that has lasted for over 6 centuries needs an equally imposing beer. Like the dragon shines at the top of the city, the Gulden Draak is part of the international top of beers. It is a dark triple, which in itself makes it an exceptional beer. But it is the complex taste with hints of caramel, roasted malt and coffee in combination with the creamy hazel head that makes it unique. It is a beer that is worthy of its name.

Like the other special beers of the Brewery Van Steenberge, Gulden Draak is a high fermentation beer with secondary fermentation. For the secondary fermentation, wine yeast is used. This also contributes to the unparalleled taste.
And of course, a unique beer deserves a unique presentation. That’s why Gulden Draak is presented in a white bottle. The white bottle, the black banner, the golden dragon and the red letters, constitute a stylish result that has no equal among the many Belgian special beers.
Gulden Draak can be drunk as an aperitif or dessert, or whenever you have the time to sit back and relax. But this barley wine is also perfect with and in stews, especially the Ghent variety. It is also a plus in sauces for red meat, such as a bordelaise. It is particularly suited as a dessert beer, especially in combination with dark chocolate.
Tip: Replace the whisky in Irish coffee by Gulden Draak or have Gulden Draak with Pas de Bleu: surprising and typical for Ghent. You will be amazed.
Gulden Draak: discover its enchanting charm and taste how different it really is.
In the glass
Colour : Dark with caramel-coloured foam head Alcohol content : 10,5%
23° Plato Aroma : alcohol, burned malt and coffee
Taste : very full in the mouth with touches of chocolate, caramel and alcohol After taste : bittersweet and very long
Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75 cl, 1,5 l and barrels 30 l
Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Augustijn Blonde 33 cl

810
Weight: kg
augustijn (1)

Augustijn Blond
In 1295 the Augustinian friars started to brew Augustijn in their Ghent monastery. In the Middle Ages many monks and priests brewed and sold their own beer. Often, the water was contaminated and that’s why it was safer to drink beer, since it was boiled during the brewing process.
In 1978 the Augustinian friars sought a new partner for the brewing of their Augustijn beer. They had previously also outsourced the brewing of their lager beer. Brewery Van Steenberge was a logical choice, since it was located near the monastery. Respect for the tradition was guaranteed.
From then on, Jozef Van Steenberge could enjoy himself and fully live his passion for high-fermentation beers. In 1982 he relaunched Augustijn, with secondary fermentation. A decision that the brewery has never

regretted: ever since, Augustijn has known a steady growth, which was further confirmed after the restyling. Augustijn is indeed a genuine beer. One that is appreciated at receptions because of its mild and soft but very rich taste, but also during relaxed moments of tasting. It is in short a beer for every occasion.

When you drink the beer at a young age (up to 3 months after bottling), you will experience a fruity and hoppy taste. When the beer is more mature, it gets a deeper colour and a more pronounced flavour.
With the launch of Augustijn Dark in 2009, and together with the Augustijn Grand Cru, the beer that is very much liked by beer connoisseurs and that had been launched before 2009, the Augustijn range is now complete.

On the table

Excellent companion for food and extremely well-suited for semi-hard cheese (Gentse Keizer, Passendale, Watou…), artisanal pâté or mussels. Or use it to prepare rabbit with…

In the glass

Colour : amber blonde with white foam head Alcohol content: 7,5%
16° Plato Aroma : maltish (corn), fruity and hoppy
Taste : straightforward and mild with again maltishness and hop and a light touch of vanilla
After taste : slightly bitter and soft Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75cl and barrels 30 l.
Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Augustijn Blonde 75 cl

10735
Weight: kg
augustijn (1)

Augustijn Blond
In 1295 the Augustinian friars started to brew Augustijn in their Ghent monastery. In the Middle Ages many monks and priests brewed and sold their own beer. Often, the water was contaminated and that’s why it was safer to drink beer, since it was boiled during the brewing process.
In 1978 the Augustinian friars sought a new partner for the brewing of their Augustijn beer. They had previously also outsourced the brewing of their lager beer. Brewery Van Steenberge was a logical choice, since it was located near the monastery. Respect for the tradition was guaranteed.
From then on, Jozef Van Steenberge could enjoy himself and fully live his passion for high-fermentation beers. In 1982 he relaunched Augustijn, with secondary fermentation. A decision that the brewery has never

regretted: ever since, Augustijn has known a steady growth, which was further confirmed after the restyling. Augustijn is indeed a genuine beer. One that is appreciated at receptions because of its mild and soft but very rich taste, but also during relaxed moments of tasting. It is in short a beer for every occasion.

When you drink the beer at a young age (up to 3 months after bottling), you will experience a fruity and hoppy taste. When the beer is more mature, it gets a deeper colour and a more pronounced flavour.
With the launch of Augustijn Dark in 2009, and together with the Augustijn Grand Cru, the beer that is very much liked by beer connoisseurs and that had been launched before 2009, the Augustijn range is now complete.

On the table

Excellent companion for food and extremely well-suited for semi-hard cheese (Gentse Keizer, Passendale, Watou…), artisanal pâté or mussels. Or use it to prepare rabbit with…

In the glass

Colour : amber blonde with white foam head Alcohol content: 7,5%
16° Plato Aroma : maltish (corn), fruity and hoppy
Taste : straightforward and mild with again maltishness and hop and a light touch of vanilla
After taste : slightly bitter and soft Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75cl and barrels 30 l.
Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Augustijn Grand Cru 33 cl

10736
Weight: kg

Augustijn Grand Cru
Besides the classic Augustijn, there is also a Grand Cru version; the “tripel” you could say. Less famous, but according to beer lovers without a doubt one of the best and finest beers of Brewery Van Steenberge. This beer unites a remarkable drought with the fruity of a tripel and will hence seduce many beer lovers!
on the table
This beer is an all-rounder, ideal as appetizer but also delivers as digestive or with strong cheese (Brugse Blomme, Pavé de Hainaut, Bouquet des Moines…). An excellent companion for every fish dish and als delicious with a hearty bouillabaisse and one of the few beers that suits amazingly well with seafood!
In the glass
Colour : straw yellow with white foam head
Alcohol content : 9,0%
18,5° Plato Aroma : fruity and spicy hoppy
Taste : very full in

the mouth with touches of malt
After taste : dry and bitter
Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75cl and barrels 30 l. Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Augustijn 1,5 L

10748
Weight: kg
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Augustijn 1 1/2

Piraat 33 cl

10747
Weight: kg
piraat
Piraat
This light ambercoloured Piraat with full foam head overwhelms with an aroma of bitter, spicy, malty and alcoholic scents. What follows is a perfect combination of malty, sweet and hopbitter tastes, after which you are drowned in a very long, semi-sweet after taste with bitter undertone.
On the table
A tremendous digestive beer that, given a good maturation in the cellar, has a great evolution but delights your tastebuds with a tasty wild dish or a foie gras…!
With ripe and elegant cheese, such as Remoudou, Wynendaele, Trou d’Sottai or Vieux Chimay;

In the glass

Colour: amber with white foam head
Alcohol content : 10,5%
23° Plato Aroma : bittersweet and spicy
Taste : slightly sweet and warm, complex and rich, hopbitter
After taste : hopbitter and long
Packaging: :

bottles 33 cl; bottles 75 cl, 1,5 l and barrels 30 l. Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Piraat 75 cl

10746
Weight: kg
piraat

Piraat
This light ambercoloured Piraat with full foam head overwhelms with an aroma of bitter, spicy, malty and alcoholic scents. What follows is a perfect combination of malty, sweet and hopbitter tastes, after which you are drowned in a very long, semi-sweet after taste with bitter undertone.
On the table
A tremendous digestive beer that, given a good maturation in the cellar, has a great evolution but delights your tastebuds with a tasty wild dish or a foie gras…!
With ripe and elegant cheese, such as Remoudou, Wynendaele, Trou d’Sottai or Vieux Chimay;

In the glass

Colour: amber with white foam head
Alcohol content : 10,5%
23° Plato Aroma : bittersweet and spicy
Taste : slightly sweet and warm, complex and rich, hopbitter
After taste : hopbitter and long
Packaging: :

bottles 33 cl; bottles 75 cl, 1,5 l and barrels 30 l. Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a preservability for years with evolution in taste.

Piraat Tripel Hop 33 cl

PIR-TRIPHOP-33
Weight: kg
Piraat Tripel Hop 33 cl

Celis White 1/4

10738
Weight: kg
Celis white is originally a Belgian beer. Pierre Celis brewed it for years as the “White from Hoegaarden”. He founded a new brewery in Austin, Texas (USA) later on and put in 1992 the Belgian whitebeer, brewed according to the age-old recipe, on the American market under the name CELIS WHITE. Brewery Van Steenberge gained the exclusive right to brew and distribute in our region. CELIS WHITE is a white wheat top-fermented beer with a touch of fruit and herbs. If served cold, it gets a blurred white appearance and a suprising light taste. This delicious white beer got all the time it needs to develop.

Bornem Triple 1/3

10737
Weight: kg

BORNEM TRIPEL
Bornem Tripel is a “lively” abbey beer of 9% content alcohol that after its first fermentation in the barrel, evolves during its second fermentation in the bottle or in the barrel. Abbey tripels are mostly blonde or light amber in colour. The BORNEM TRIPEL

tastes hoppy and full with an excellent sweet-bitter balance. Its pleasant scent and nice foam head make this beer a winner in its kind. BORNEM TRIPEL is a powerful beer to enjoy as dessert or as appetizer. Some prefer it with mussels or other seafood. This abbey beer also suits excellent with a hearty cheese platter.

Bornem Dubbel 1/3

10739
Weight: kg
BORNEM DOUBLE
Bornem double is a “lively” abbey beer that, after its first fermentation in the barrel, nicely evolves during its second fermentation in the bottle or in the barrel. Soft as velvet, this double with warm darkbrown colour and burgundy undertones has a fruity taste and hoppy after taste. Its creamy, rich and firm foam head crowns it. Few other dark doubles can match this BORNEM DOUBLE. The Dark double is often served with meat dishes, such as steaks, roasted meat, wild or even sausages.

Zwijntje 1/3

10509
Weight: kg
Zwijntje 1/3