Brewery Vanuxeem

      4 products

      4 products

      Beer Queue De Charrue Triple 9% Vanuxeem | Triple
      Belgique Blonde Bouteille Hainaut

      Copper color balanced between sweetness and bitterness.

      Originally it was the blonde but in 1992, it was renamed triple to make way for its lighter and softer little sister.

      Quite classic, it is similar to many triple abbeys in Belgium.

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      Beer Queue De Charrue Vieille Brune 5.4% Vanuxeem | Oud Bruin
      Acide Belgique Bouteille Hainaut
      Acidic red beer of the old Flanders type. Slight woody and hazelnut touches.
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      Beer Queue De Charrue Blonde 6.6% Vanuxeem | Blonde
      Belgique Bouteille Hainaut

      Abbey-style blond beer with a good taste of cereals.

      Hops do not bring bitterness to beer, which gives it a fairly mild but not sweet taste.

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      Beer Queue De Charrue Ambrée 5.5% Vanuxeem | Ambree
      Ambrée Belgique Bouteille Hainaut

      Queue de Charrue Ambrée is a cereal-based amber ale.

      The use of hops is very low which allows this beer to reveal only the flavors of the cereal.

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      Brewery Vanuxeem

      The Vanuxeem brewery has had a rebounding history. It all started in 1906, when Henri Vanuxeem took over the Gillebert breweries in Ploegsteert, a small village at the crossroads of France, Wallonia and Flanders.

      The Vanuxeem brewery then produced stouts, pale ale, bacchus and table beers. Between the wars, a pilsner was added to the range.

      In 1966, the equipment got old and production stopped following pressure from the big brewing groups. The place is converted into a warehouse for the distribution of beers. Fifteen years later, a store also opened its doors. The conversion from brewery to warehouse keeper is going quite well.

      In 1986, it was the 'Year of Beer' in Belgium and the descendants of the founders of the Vanuxeem brewery launched the 'Queue de Charrue Brune'. In order to be able to produce it, they reopen the brewery and relaunch their brewing activity. At the same time, they considerably develop the distributor activity, in particular for the HoReCa.

      In 1990, they developed their distributor activity to such an extent that today Vanuxeem has become the largest beer distributor in Belgium. The company benefits from its unique geographical location straddling Belgium, France and Germany.

      The place continues to grow, today the Drinks Vanuxeem is 27000 m² and offers almost all the beers of Belgium.







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