This golden-hued abbey beer could be considered as one of the most traditional of Belgian beers. It has a pedigree that stretches back to before the French Revolution. During that time, many Belgian abbeys ceased to exist, and their associated communities with them. But some – like the Benedicts that founded Maredsous Abbey– survived to be re-established later on. And so the light of the abbey beer tradition is part-reflected in the golden glints of this fine beer.