Grimbergen Beer Glasses
Grimbergen beer is a Belgian brew that has its roots in a 12th-century monastery. Ideally drank from its iconic beer glasses, this Belgian beer is suited for any fan of an abbey beer. At Cookinglife, we have a range of unique beer glasses available for all fans of beer to discover.
Grimbergen beer glasses
Grimbergen beer originates from Grimbergen Abbey, where it was first brewed by monks in the abbey's brewery in the Middle Ages. This unique brew is characterised by its bright golden colour and fruity aroma, which is created by a combination of malted barley, hops and water. Unlike many other Belgian beers, Grimbergen is slightly stronger at 6.7% alcohol content.
There are several varieties of Grimbergen beer, each offering its own unique characteristic flavour. Depending on the variant, enjoy the ripe yellow fruit flavours or the spicy note of your favourite craft brewing beer from Belgium. The glasses are suited for both blonde ale, filtrated Grimbergen blonde, and regular beers with their ripe fruit flavours. At Cookinglife, you will find Grimbergen beer glasses in the size of 330 ml or 250 ml, in a set of one or six glasses - the perfect way to enjoy a beer with friends or family!
How to clean the Grimbergen beer glasses?
These official glasses are dishwasher safe, although we do recommend hand washing to ensure maximum longevity. Thanks to the round body and elegant stem of the beer glasses, they are well-suited for enjoying most beers. This means that they will get regular use, and may thus need frequent washing. In this case, hand washing is recommended so as not to fade the insignia and logos on the transparent glass.
Buy Grimbergen beer
Are you ready to enjoy your Grimbergen beer from a timeless and elegant Grimbergen beer glass? At Cookinglife, we have everything you need to enjoy beer right at home. Discover our extensive collection of beer glasses and make your order today. When ordering for €99 or more, you get free delivery of your order. Are you ready to join other fans of the beer originating from one of the first regular breweries in Europe?