Founded in 1946 in Watou, the brewers town near the French border in West Flanders. For nearly fifty years its main purpose was to produce and distribute a range of beers called Trappist St. Sixtus, which were licensed imitations of the three brews produced on a much smaller scale at the nearby Trappist Abbey of the same name in Westvleteren. In 1992 the license came to an end and the brewery had to prepare itself for the market place, essentially stripped of its brands. Their new range of beers is called St. Bernardus and it consists of six stock brands originally designed for the French market. All beers are available in 11.2 fl. oz. / 330ml bottles and in 25.4 fl. oz. / 750ml painted bottles. All styles are bottle conditioned (second fermentation with yeast in the bottle), unfiltered and unpasteurized. St. Bernardus Wit, Pater 6, Tripel, Prior 8 and Abt 12 are also available in 20L kegs.
Cydr Miloslawski is a combination of several carefully selected varieties of apples cultivated in Poland. The drink's magnificent golden hue is easy on the eye while its aroma is a reminder of apples ripening in the sun.
Komes Porter is a full-bodied Polish Baltic porter with a substantial roasted malt character, offering a perfectly smooth, rounded finish.
Perry, also referred to as pear cider, is a traditional Polish beverage made from fermented pear juice. The semi-sweet Perry Miloslawski has an exceptionally mild flavor which comes from local pears ripening in Polish orchards.