St-Feuillien Belgian Coast is a light IPA, dark golden in colour with subtle hints of orange and a firm, white head. Belgian Coast IPA boasts an unrivalled range of aromas. The main one comes from hops in all its forms. It has a complex character, with fruity, citrus notes alongside floral and herbal flavours with a slightly resinous dimension. The bitterness is both intense and diverse. Belgian Coast IPA is the perfect combination of two brewing traditions, where the aim is to create a beer that brings together the intensity and bitterness of an American IPA with a certain level of lightness and balance. 7 varieties of Belgian and American hops have been selected to create this beer : Brewer’s Gold, Magnum, Fuggles, Northern Brewer, Mosaic, Citra and Cascade.
St-Feuillien Brewery, located in Le Roeulx (southern part of Belgium), was founded in 1873 by a women, Stephanie Friart. In 1910, her nephew took it over and his son, Benoît Friart, succeeded him in 1950. Today, Benoît Jr and Dominique, brother and sister, have been running the brewery for almost 30 years.