라 깜브레

1201년, 수녀 지젤은 브뤼셀의 Maelbeek 강변에 라 깜브레 수도원을 설립합니다. 수 세기 동안 수도원 운영을 위해 맥주를 양조했으며, 수도원을 찾는 수많은 여행자들과 순례자들에게 제공했습니다. 프랑스 혁명으로 인해 수도원은 맥주 양조는 물론 종교적 기능을 잃었으나, 역사적인 건물과 정원은 현재까지 잘 보존되어 브뤼셀 사람들이 휴식을 위해 즐겨 찾는 명소입니다. 브루어리 헷 앵커는 라 깜브레 수도원의 관리주체와 메헬렌-브위셀의 대주교로부터 장기 라이선스 계약을 체결하고, 2022년부터 새로운 라 깜브레 맥주를 양조합니다.

Brussels Abbey Beer


Lady Gisèle founded La Cambre Abbey at the source of the Maelbeek stream in Brussels in 1201. For centuries, the Cistercian sisters brewed beer here for their own use and welcomed travellers and pilgrims who came across the abbey along their way. With the French Revolution, the abbey lost its original religious function along with the brewing activity. But the historic buildings and the park were preserved. The people of Brussels love to come here to walk and enjoy the magnificent gardens. So now this age-old abbey in the heart of Brussels is sparkling once again. With a new duo of abbey beers, we pay homage to Lady Gisèle and her legendary hospitality. To the great delight of all the people of Brussels, beer lovers and travellers of today!


HET ANKER - MECHELEN


From 2022, the new duo of La Cambre beers is to be brewed by Het Anker from Mechelen. The brewery has concluded a long- term licensing agreement for this with the La Cambre church wardens and the Mechelen-Brussels Archbishopric. Het Anker is a family brewery known throughout the world for its ‘Gouden Carolus’ speciality beers and single malt whisky. The beers are brewed on the edge of the Grand Beguinage in Mechelen, recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site, for five generations.

수도원 맥주 인증 마크


라 깜브레 블론드, IPA는 모두 '벨기에 수도원 맥주 인증' 기준을 만족합니다. 이 인증은 과거 맥주를 양조하였던 라 깜브레 수도원과의 강한 연관성을 의미합니다. 라 깜브레 판매 수익 중 일부는 수도원으로 배당되어 수도원의 역사적인 건물을

유지보수 하는 것에 쓰이거나 자선사업에 사용됩니다.

ERKEND ABDIJBIER


Both La Cambre beers bear the ‘Certified Belgian Abbey Beer’ quality label. So there is a concrete link with the abbey site where beer was brewed in the past. It also guarantees that the abbey receives a fee for every one of these beers sold, which can be used for good causes or for the maintenance of the historic abbey buildings.