La Blanche from St-Feuillien belongs to the rich family of Belgian white beers. It is therefore very refreshing in summer. However, it remains a full-bodied, savoury beer offering lots of contrast. Its head is typical of wheaty beers – creamy and compact – with an opaque, hazy appearance.
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.