Corsendonk Abbey

Corsendonk Abbey in Oud-Turnhout, Belgium was founded through the munificence of Maria van Gelre, youngest daughter of Jan III, Duke of Brabant. You may recall that Jan I (Jan Primus) is today better known as Gambrinus. The monks of Corsendonk started a brewery in 1400, which flourished until 1784 when the abbey was closed by Austrian ruler Jozef II. In 1906 Antonius Keersmaekers founded a secular brewery to revive the monks' brewing traditions.

Corsendonk Christmas Ale

A rich, dark, joyous brew with which to celebrate the holiday season. Its aroma of chocolate malt and spices is reminiscent of the wonderful smells...

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Corsendonk Pater Dubbel

Known in Belgium simply as "Pater", Corsendonk Brown was described by Michael Jackson as "A strong, Burgundy-colored ale in the style of the classic Trappist...

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Corsendonk Agnus Tripel

Known in Belgium as "Agnus" was described by Michael Jackson as "Dry, with a great deal of finesse. A deceptively potent ale in the golden,...

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