A traditional farmhouse ale with all the rich savour of the fertile land of southern Belgium. Traditionally brewed for workers in the fields during the summer, it's a bright, spiced and refreshing beer with lots of carbonation. Some can be quite hoppy, but beers like this get their flavour from the yeast – with lots of fresh apple and spices.
Since 1873 the Friart family have been brewing various beers with the most recognised being St Feuillien. The History dates way back to 655 when an Irish Monk named Feuillien made his way to Belgium to preach the gospel