The St-Feuillien Five has a pale blond colour, clear and bright. It has a strong sparkling character with fine bubbles and a white, fine and stable foam. The nose is fresh and hoppy with delicate fruity hints (fermentation esters) empowered by nuances of citrus zests (curacao). The taste starts off sweet and slightly malty. Afterwards, a slight bitterness comes in place but never becomes too dominant. As a whole, the taste is well-balanced. It is round and full-bodied. The post-bitterness is fine, pleasant and long. The St-Feuillien Five is a light and refreshing blond beer with its capacity as thirst quencher as main quality. Easy to drink, it charms the consumer in a natural way by combining lightness and digestiveness.
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.