The Only Belgian Saison In Cans! And it's here in Michigan! Brasserie St. Feuillien continues to produces quality Beligum beers inspired from a long line of passionate brewers. Definitely one of the best beers you can ever try.
Brasserie St. Feuillien (“Foo-Yen”) had it’s start in the 7th century, when an Irish monk named Foylan—a name which later morphed into the more French “Feuillien”—was killed in the village of Le Roeulx. A chapel was built in his honor, which, over time, became the Abbey St. Feuillien du Roeulx. The abbey featured a brewery to support itself, but was destroyed in the French Revolution. In 1873 the Friart family resumed brewing operations and to this day a portion of the proceeds is donated to charitable causes around the world, making St. Feuillien one of Belgium’s oldest and most authentic Abbey Ales.
St. Feuillien’s Saison is what the Belgians call a “beer of the terroir”; a traditional farmhouse ale with all the rich flavors of the fertile land of southern Belgium. A warm, golden blonde with a beautiful farmhouse character featuring hints of melon and apricot. Full-bodied, fruity and yeasty, Saison has a rugged, charming character with a lot more flavor than it’s 6.5% ABV would suggest.
Grisette Blanche belongs to the rich family of Belgian White beer: light character, gentle flavor and aroma. It is therefore very refreshing in the summer. However, it remains a full-bodied, savory beer offering lots of contrast. Its head is typical of wheat beers—creamy and compact—with an
opaque, hazy appearance.