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Brasserie Lefebvre: Brewed to Quench Thirst for 140 Years

Brasserie Lefebvre: Brewed to Quench Thirst for 140 Years

written by Matt Brasch In the Seine Valley of Belgium, about thirty minutes south of Brussels, lies Quenast, in the Brabant region of Wallonia, the French speaking district of Belgium. Known for nearby quarries that produce porphyry, an igneous rock ...

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Brasserie De Silly: Serious About Brewing Since 1850

Brasserie De Silly: Serious About Brewing Since 1850

written by Matt Brasch Despite the name, Brasserie De Silly has been serious about traditional Belgian brewing since 1850. Now in the hands of the sixth generation of family brewers, the company is managed by cousins Lionel and Bertrand Van ...

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