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Palm

The history of PALM Breweries goes back to 1686. At that time Theodoor Cornet, estate manager of Diepensteyn Castle, was the proprietor of an inn opposite the church in Steenhuffel. He brewed beer and distilled jenever there for his guests, also brewing a heavier “Counts’ beer” for the Lords of Diepensteyn, Counts of Maldeghem-Steenhuffel. In 1747, Anne Cornet converted it into a small top-fermentation village brewery, selling beer to the inhabitants of the village.

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Rodenbach

The Rodenbachs moved from Andernach am Rhein to Roeselare in West Flanders. 
The Rodenbach line boasted numerous military men, poets, writers, brewers and entrepreneurs, as well as pragmatic revolutionaries and politicians.

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DE GOUDEN BOOM

DE GOUDEN BOOM is situated in the historic centre of the city of Bruges, where Jan Hugheins was brewing beer as early as 1455. For generations the business alternated between a brewery and a distillery. In 1872, Jules Vanneste bought the building which, at that time, still housed the ‘t Hamerken distillery.

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BOON

Lembeek, the former “city state” between the Duchy of Brabant and Hainaut situated on a river bend in the Zenne Valley, once had 43 spontaneous-fermentation breweries. The beer brewed here was dubbed “lambic”, derived from the place name “Lembeek”. BOON Brewery is Lembeek’s only remaining brewery.

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DE HOORN

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