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Brasserie Lefebvre

Since 1876, the Lefebvre Brewery uses their know-how in order to conceive the best beers.
Beers:  Abbaye De Bonne-Esperannce
Abbaye De Floreffe Blonde
Abbaye De Floreffe Double
Abbaye De Floreffe Meilleure
Abbaye De Floreffe Triple
Barbar Blonde
Barbar Bok
Belgian Framboise
Belgian Kriek
Belgian Peche
Blanche De Bruxelles
Durboyse Brune
Durboyse Triple
Happy Beer Day
Manneken Pils
Moeder Overste
Pils La Quenast
Saison 1900 Rousse
Barbar 33cl Barbar 33cl
Blanche De Bruxelles 33cl Blanche De Bruxelles 33cl
Floreffe 33cl Floreffe 33cl
Saison 1900 33cl Saison 1900 33cl
Address:  Europe» Belgium» QUENAST
1430 54, Rue de Croly
Province:  Walloon Brabant
In business:  1876
Phone:  +32 67670766
Fax:  +32 67 67 02 38
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The origins of the Lefebvre brewery, located at Quenast (in the Brabant region of Wallonia, the French speaking district of Belgium) in the valley of the Senne, goes back to 1876. In this year, Jules Lefebvre, gamekeeper, farmer, inn keeper and brewer, inaugurated his new brewery. Pubs were opened around the neighbouring porphyry quarries so that the numerous workmen, made thirsty by stone working, could come to refresh themselves.
Six generations young, the Lefebvre brewery remains above all a family business. Unceasingly in expansion, they mainly work with overseas countries by exporting more than 80% of their production.

Brugse Zot blond from Brewery De Halve Maan is available in the Beer Store