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A meal at the Sint Stefanus Monastery in Ghent, Belgium. If Augustinian monks eat and drink like this, sign me up! The beer featured is St Stefanus from Brouwerij Van Steenberge.

Jef Versele, seventh-generation Brewer of Brouwerij Van Steenberge in Ertvelde, Belgium pours a glass of Gulden Draak directly from one of the lagering tanks. As well as Gulden Draak, the brewery also produces St Stefanus abbey beer.

Sometimes the simplest names are the best. The Beer and Ginhouse in Ghent, Belgium stocks a large range of Belgium beers and jeneva (gin).

A St Stefanus branded glass at the Sint Stefanus Monastery in Ghent, Belgium. The monastery is the birthplace of St. Stefanus Belgian abbey beer and the it first started brewing beer in 1295.