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The phoenix has marked civilisations throughout the ages as a symbol of rebirth and serenity.


Founded in 1128, Grimbergen Abbey was destroyed in a terrible fire in 1142, then again in 1566 and 1798. Every time it was destroyed, it was rebuilt. The monks of Grimbergen took the pheonix as their symbol. A sign of their abbey's perpetual rebirth, and adopted a motto in its honour - ardet nec consumitur: burned but not destroyed.


Their recipe for beer has also withstood the test of time, making it a lively beverage with unmatched character. The beer of the phoenix gives rise to unexpected flavours that reveal themselves with each sip.


Join us in savouring the beer of legends!

Thursday 24th & Friday 25th of September

From 6pm


Free entry.






Entrance to The Grimbergen Pop Up Bar  is via our Leake Street entrance

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