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Maredret Abbey, in Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse, is a Neo-Gothic gem founded in 1893 by Agnès de Hemptinne and 6 nuns. The monastery is located on a vast estate of 15 hectares, and is still occupied by twenty or so Benedictine Sisters. The community motto is “Ora et Labora”: “Pray and Work”. The Sisters live there almost independently thanks to the vegetable garden, orchard, goats, chickens and their source of water.

Maredret

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The first range of Belgian beer from an Abbey of Benedictine Sisters.

“In tune with nature, the Sisters of Maredret perpetuate the prodigious know-how of Saint Hildegard of Bingen. Naturopaths before the term was coined, as from the 11th century, nuns used plants to treat various ailments of the body and mind, in the purest monastic tradition. 

The community continues this tradition today through a range of craft beers, the recipes of which have been carefully selected online using the know-how passed down from Hildegarde of Bingen.

” Discover the first beers of the Sisters of the Abbey of Maredret, made from spelt and plants! Spelt serves as the cornerstone of the range, adding floral, nutty and slightly bitter notes. The use of plants gives these beverages a very distinctive flavour of aromatic gardens! Let yourself be carried away by the hay and spice notes of Altus and the spring, citrus and slightly woody aroma of Triplus!

Ora et Labora

Découvrir le lambic

Connu dès le XIIIe siècle, le lambic était et est toujours brassé exclusivement dans la vallée de la Senne, plus précisément à Bruxelles et dans les environs.

Cette bière est la seule à avoir le privilège de porter une dénomination contrôlée (par arrêté royal du 20 mai 1965), et doit être brassée selon les normes fixées légalement.

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Les brasseurs professionnels partageaient leur savoir avec les particuliers, dont l’installation de brassage se trouvait dans le séjour, avec les paysans, qui affectaient leur main d’œuvre au brassage lorsqu’il y avait moins de travail, et avec les religieux, qui prescrivaient même leur breuvage comme médicament. 

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Maredret Casier bois bouteilles & verre

Maredret Casier bois bouteilles & verre

€21.90

    Maredret Extra

    Maredret Extra

    €1.69

      Maredret Glass 33cl

      Maredret Glass 33cl

      €3.90

      Maredret Monasterium Altus

      Maredret Monasterium Altus

      €1.95

        Maredret Monasterium Altus 75cl

        Maredret Monasterium Altus 75cl

        €7.95

          Maredret Monasterium Triplus

          Maredret Monasterium Triplus

          €1.95

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