Wallonia is one of the regions of the world which has the widest variety of beers, such as pils, white beer, Abbey beer, Trappist beer, etc.

Trappist beers

There are only seven Trappist beers in the world, six of which are produced in Belgium, including three in Wallonia: OrvalChimay and Rochefort.

The secrets of these famous beers are to be found in the heart of the abbeys, which are well worth a detour and, in some cases, you can visit. There’s always an inn or a bistro nearby where you’ll be served the local beer as it’s meant to be served.

Artisanal brewing

The incredibly fast development of artisan brewers since the 1990s has given rise to a multitude of new beers and flavours.
Come and taste raspberry beer, seasonal beer, white beer or organic beer, to name just a few.

Abbey beers

Abbey beers, with their evocative names, owe their designations to existing or defunct abbeys. They still bear the names of those abbeys, such as Leffe, Maredsous, Val-Dieu and Floreffe, although they are not necessarily brewed there. These names might inspire you to take a trip to their place of origin, or you might just want to sit back and relax while you drink them.

Discover the abbeys that have inspired our beers.

 


The Brasserie du Val Dieu and its abbey

Abbaye du Val Dieu
The Cistercian abbey of Val Dieu, is a major site for pilgrimage and traditional Belgian beers in Belgium.
 


The Floreffe Abbey

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The Floreffe Abbey is a cultural highlight of the Ardennes. Founded in 1121 by Saint Norbert, it dominates the Sambre valley.
 


 


The Aulne Abbey

Découvrez l'histoire de l'abbaye d'Aulne et la vie des moines cisterciens, à Gozée
The ruins of the Cistercian Aulne Abbey can be found in Gozée, near the town of Thuin in Belgium. Come and discover its history and craft brewery.
 


The Abbaye des Rocs brewery

Brasserie de l'Abbaye Des Rocs
Fancy trying a different kind of beer? The Abbaye des Rocs brewery, between Dour and Quièvrain in the Hainaut, awaits!