SABMiller announces agreement to bring Belgian Abbey beer to select markets

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  1. guillemiro

    guillemiro Initiate (0) Aug 8, 2010 Maryland

    SABMiller announces that it has entered into a distribution agreement with the Van Steenberge brewery in Ertvelde, Belgium, to distribute SABMiller’s first Belgian beer in select markets.

    Under the terms of the agreement, the beer will be distributed outside Belgium under the St Stefanus brand. The name derives from the monastery of Sint Stefanus, to which the brewery is linked and which still houses an order of Augustinian monks.

    Link to the full article: http://vansteenberge.com/en/sabmiller-announces-agreement-bring-belgian-abbey-beer-select-markets
     
  2. Mavajo

    Mavajo Zealot (566) Feb 10, 2007 Georgia

    SABMiller distributes Gulden Draak and Piraat? I had no idea.
     
  3. Vav

    Vav Aspirant (288) Jul 27, 2008 Illinois

    SABMiller is not a distributor. I assume they'll be importing St. Stefanus.

    Gulden Draak and Piraat are imported by Global Beer Network (aka Win-It-Too.) The deal between SABMiller via Tenth & Blake is for St. Stefanus ONLY, which Van Steenberge brews.
     
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  4. Kevin_HayMerchant

    Kevin_HayMerchant Initiate (0) Feb 27, 2012

    The St. Stefanus is currently being sold by Global in the US under the current brand name Augustijn. While supplies last
     
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