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This is a grand glass. Rimmed in silver, with “Augustijn Grand Cru” in dark blue script that’s accented with white.
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Corsendonk is a Belgian brand of abbey-style beers. The brandname refers to the Priory of Corsendonk in Oud-Turnhout, which was founded in 1398 and, until it was closed in 1784, had a significant brewery and malt house. In 1982 the Corsendonk brand was introduced by the Keersmaekers firm in Oud-Turnhout, a former brewery which had become a retailer even though it continued to call itself a brewery. The beers are made elsewhere.
11.2 oz = 330 ml
Belgians enjoy lager too, so they have Stella Artois. The recognizable logo of Stella Artois is accompanied by gold-trim around the lip of the glass and a delicate flower pattern embedded in the stem. Nice glass!
Unibroue’s beers are inspired by the great Belgian brewing tradition established during the past two centuries by the Trappist monks. Brewed using the traditional process of bottle-refermentation (in-which fresh yeast and pure sugar are added just prior to bottling), these beers are only partially filtered, providing a naturally cloudy appearance and most satisfying mouth feel. […]
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