Maredsous Blonde (or Maredsous 6) is a blonde abbey beer. It was the very first Maredsous beer , and the monks still drink it with their lunch. It is a fresh and lightly bitter blond beer, with notes of fruits and hops. A real thirst-quencher with an alcohol content of 6.0%.
Serving temperature: 6-8°C
The impressive Benedictine Abbey of Maredsous was built in 1872 and is located in the province of Namur in Southern Belgium. Besides their world famous beer, the monks also produce a cheese with the same name. Nowadays, the beers are no longer brewed at the abbey, but under license at brewery Duvel-Moortgat. Besides this well-known beer, this abbey range contains another blonde beer called Maredsous Triple, a typical Belgian triple ale.