Visit : Brewery
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Rue d'Houdeng 20
7070 LE ROEULX
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Welcome to the Saint-Feuillien Brewery at Le Roeulx, boasting more than a century of tradition of brewing abbey beers, family passion and know-how.
Le Roeulx, situated between Mons and La Louvière is your meeting point with one of Belgium's favourite abbey beers, la Saint-Feuillien. A noble product to really savour, and with no additives added.
A bit of history
In the 7th century, an Irish monk called Feuillien came to the continent to preach the Gospel. Sadly, in 655 whilst he was journeying through the charcoal forest, where the modern-day commune of Roeulx lies, Feuillien was martyred and decapitated. His disciples erected a chapel on the spot that he was murdered that, in 1125 became a Prémontré abbey: the Abbey of Saint-Feuillien of Rœulx.
The Friart family, who today are the 4th generation of brewers, has been producing the St-Feuillien Belgian beer since 1873.
Visits and beer tasting
The Saint-Feuillien Brewery is open for visits all year round for individuals and groups. The visits are also followed by a beer tasting session.
Find out everything you need to know about visiting the brewery on the website.
Tourist information on the town LE ROEULX
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